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When it comes to total cost of ownership, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is second to none. According to independent research by Vincentric, other vehicles don't measure up to the Sprinter's best-in-class fuel economy and low depreciation.Visit Vincentric* Fuel Costs As fuel costs rise, Sprinter rises to the challenge.
On the basis of fuel consumption alone, the Sprinter makes for a wise business decision. Then again, we’ve been obsessed with perfecting the combustion engine since inventing the automobile. Our updated V6 engine with BlueTEC SCR clean diesel technology saves you up to 45% when compared to our competitors’ gasoline-powered vehicles. Plus, you can also be comforted in the knowledge that while it’s sparing your budget, our best-in-class fuel consumption and low emissions are also sparing the environment.Maintenance Interval Sprinter works harder - longer.
With an enviable maintenance interval schedule, the Sprinter will spend more time on the road and less on a hoist. And isn’t that what owning a commercial vehicle is all about? Maximizing time and investment? Our better-engineered horses earn their keep because of our conviction that fleets need to pay for themselves. (Of course, some vehicles will tend to do that faster than others.)Retained Value Sprinter's trade-in value is higher.
As the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, we know how making the right purchasing decision matters. We have good news for you – depreciating at an average rate of 9% lower than its competition, the Sprinter commands a higher resale value than any commercial vehicle in its class. So, not only have you been saving on fuel and maintenance costs from day one, even to the last, it puts money in your pocket. That’s why the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has the lowest cost of ownership in its class, for maximum return on your investment. Add it all together and the choice is clear. When you consider the Sprinter’s many efficiencies and its substantially lower rate of depreciation, simple and clear executive decisions like this don’t come along very often. Based on analysis of Canadian market for 2500 and 3500 series cars performed in March 2011 by Vincentric, LLC.