Mercedes-Benz debuts new entry-level Sprinter at Chicago Auto Show

By Product Expert | Posted in Mercedes-Benz Sprinter on Monday, February 22nd, 2016 at 10:46 pm

2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker Van Release Date

2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker Van Chicago Auto ShowBusiness owners are always on the lookout for ways to cut costs and increase profits. Whether it’s through refining processes to increase productivity or adding employees to meet ever-growing demand, successful business owners are constantly looking to get an edge. At the Chicago Auto Show, Mercedes-Benz introduced a new way for businesses to save money with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker.

Before we dive into the details, including the budget-friendly price, let’s find out when you can expect the new cargo van on the lot. According to Mercedes-Benz, the 2017 Sprinter Worker Van release date won’t require any wait, as the new van is immediately available for order. We expect Sprinter Worker vans to be available on the lot on the lot in the coming months.

The new Sprinter variation marks the most affordable in the range, with an MSRP of $32,495 with a destination and delivery fee of $995. That price point puts it $4,000 cheaper than the Sprinter 2500 Cargo Van, which previously represented the base model. But it doesn’t just undercut other Sprinter models, as it’s also a few thousand dollars less than both the Ram Promaster 1500 diesel and Ford Transit 150 XL diesel.

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2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker Van Powertrain and Towing Capacity

The new Sprinter Worker houses a 2.1-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine that produces 161 horsepower and 266 pound-feet of torque and pairs with a 7G-TRONIC 7-Speed transmission. Based on 300,000 miles of testing by, this combination is capable of at least 23 mpg.

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While the horsepower and torque numbers aren’t eye-popping, the van’s capabilities speak for themselves, with a 5,000-pound towing capacity and 3,512-pound max payload. The Sprinter Worker van features a standard 319.1 cubic-feet of cargo space.

2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker Van Cargo Area Chicago Auto Show
2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Worker Van Loeber Motors

New Sprinter Worker Van Provides Affordable Packages for Consumer Customization

The standard 2017 Sprinter Worker van comes with the basics, and not much more, which helped Mercedes-Benz keep the starting price so low. That said, there are a few affordable packages — CONVENIENCE, UTILITY, and OVERTIME — that can be added to help tailor the van to your needs while keeping the price well below the competitors’.

Business owners, rejoice! The 2017 Sprinter Worker van is now available for order at Loeber Motors, along with the new Mercedes-Benz Metris. Save your bottom line and get your drivers behind the wheel of one the industry’s most reliable brands at an incredible price.

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3 Responses to “Mercedes-Benz debuts new entry-level Sprinter at Chicago Auto Show”

  1. Muridi Warfa says:

    I need a new sprinter van marsedes

  2. Edo S says:

    I recommend everyone not to purchase a Mercedes Sprinter as I am having great deal of trouble with mine with all regular maintenance and everything I did that they Mercedes recommended mine engine failed at 200k Mercedes “the best or nothing” slogan is not true anymore. Beware if you hear noises coming from engine department make sure you have an attorney on stand by as I am now fighting to see what I will need to do I am out of a vehicle and out of work all because my Dealership IN ST LOUIS MO PLAZA MOTORS COULD NOT FIND ISSUE WITH MY VEHICLE WHILE IT WAS STILL UNDER WARRANTY….. BEWARE OF PLAZA MOTORS ST. LOUIS MO

    • Stelan Music says:

      dude stop bashing the brand for what one dealership did to you, and for the job that you are doing you should consider purchasing extended warranty on your vehicle from an outside source.. also you drove at the very least another 100k miles after the warranty was up what makes you think it was the dealership that didnt’ want to fix something while it was under warranty

      go get a ford or something and let me know how you feel when your van is out of service for a few days every month or so

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