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Mercedes-Benz Sustaineer: Sprinter-Based Van Shows Sustainable Solutions
New eSprinter Will Be Built in U.S.

New eSprinter Will Be Built in U.S.

Mercedes has chosen its plant in North Charleston, S.C. and two plants in Germany to build the next generation electric Sprinter, starting in the second half of 2023.

March 30, 2021

Mercedes eSprinter Headed to U.S.
Daimler Recalls Mercedes-Benz, Freightliner Sprinters for Fuel Leaks
Mercedes-Benz Delivers 1,800 EVs to Amazon’s European Fleet, Joins The Climate Pledge
Mercedes-Benz Vans Introduces Four-Cylinder Diesel Cargo Sprinter for the U.S.
Hellwig Releases Sway Bar for Sprinter 3500
Daimler Recalls Sprinter Vans for Rear Windows
A Closer Look at 2019 Work Vans

A Closer Look at 2019 Work Vans

Commercial fleets looking for a work van that delivers have many options to choose from for the 2019 model-year, including a few brand-new designs.

November 7, 2018

Mercedes to Reveal Last-Mile Logistics Technology at Fleet Forward Conference
Mercedes-Benz Prices Telematics Offering for 2019 Sprinter

Mercedes-Benz Prices Telematics Offering for 2019 Sprinter

Mercedes-Benz will offer three Mercedes Pro telematics bundles to 2019 Sprinter buyers, including a package for fleet management companies seeking to integrate the data with their existing fleet management software platforms for clients.

September 10, 2018

Mercedes-Benz Starts Building Sprinter Vans for Amazon at New Plant
Q&A: Mercedes-Benz Vans Fleet Operations

Q&A: Mercedes-Benz Vans Fleet Operations

Mercedes-Benz will shift production of its Sprinter van to South Carolina from Germany later this year. Andrew Lawson, the general manager of fleet operations for van and chassis, sat down with Automotive Fleet to discuss what it means for fleets.

July 26, 2018

What’s the Next Evolution of the Work Van?
Mercedes-Benz Shows Fuel Cell Sprinter Van

Mercedes-Benz Shows Fuel Cell Sprinter Van

Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz Vans division showed off a concept Sprinter that delivers power from a hydrogen fuel cell stack to an electric motor that could achieve an effective range of 500 kilometers (310 miles). Executives showed the vehicle to journalists in Hamburg, Germany, on July 3.

July 5, 2018

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