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Meet the New and Improved Euro VI-Compliant Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

The new model of the highly successful Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van is out, and it comes with a number of improvements—not the least of which is compliance with upcoming Euro VI emissions standard, superb efficiency to the tune of 6.3 liters per 100 kilometers, and a whole new suite of safety systems. Crosswind Assist comes standard across the model range, and this new safety system debuts along with COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST (optional), Blind Spot Assist (optional), Highbeam Assist, and Lane Keeping Assist. Mercedes-Benz is keen on keeping accident figures in the van segment down, and these new safety systems should help in that aspect. In addition to the new safety systems,… Continue Reading »

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Mercedes Revealed the 2013 Mercedes Sprinter with 7G Tronic

The three-star brand revealed the Sprinter van with its new-look. The commercial vehicles division of Mercedes-Benz showed the van with all-new technological developments; specifically the 7G Tronic automatic gearbox which they said can still operate very well even in temperature as low as -22 degrees Fahrenheit. It also has the new Electronic Stability Program which works as Brake Disk Wipe and Electronic Brake Prefil. Sprinter vans now has four-cylinder diesel engine that gives a cycle efficiency of 7.4 liters per 100 kilometers. It can even fall to 7L/100km if you opt for the high-ratio rear axle. Other great features, as the company revealed, are the ECO steering system, engine start/stop… Continue Reading »

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Daimler to Produce Sprinter Vans in Russia

Daimler AG is recognized as the biggest manufacturer of trucks worldwide, and now it is expanding its Russian commercial-vehicle presence by manufacturing Sprinter vans as part of a partnership with OAO GAZ of billionaire Oleg Deripaska. This endevour entails some 100 million euro (around $131 million) in investments from Daimler in order to make the plant ready to produce a planned 250,000 units of the delivery van annually. The GAZ plant can be found in Nizhny Novgorod. Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche said that the Russian commercial-vehicle market “is offering major growth prospects,” and of course it would be foolish to ignore such an opportunity. That’s why Daimler is capitalizing on… Continue Reading »

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