Brand New 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 214 L2 Pure uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 214 L2 Pure prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £6687 from our dealers. Our 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 214 L2 Pure deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Mercedes-Benz manufactures 4 model variants.

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Manual Diesel 2.1CDi 143 SS 5 2.1 143 208 £35102 Save £6331
Manual Diesel 2.1CDi 143 SS 5 2.1 143 208 £36566 Save £6606
G-Tronic Diesel 2.1CDi 143 SS 5 2.1 143 216 £37418 Save £6767
G-Tronic Diesel 2.1CDi 143 SS 5 2.1 143 216 £38882 Save £7042
Full length Mercedes Sprinter van video review with market value analysis

As you would expect for a Van range like the Sprinter, customer choice is virtually limitless, but the Van encompasses an approximate price range of between £21,500 and £41,500, which is a little more than what you'd pay for the likes of a Ford Transit, or Vauxhall Movano, but experience has shown that the Sprinter tends to make up for this over its whole life due to better reliability and beefier residuals.

In choosing your Sprinter, you've first to decide on your bodystyle. As well as the standard Panel Van, there's also a Traveliner minibus option that can seat up to 17 people, plus the usual Chassis Cab and Dropside options.

Here, we're going to assume you want a Panel Van. A choice of Standard, High or Super-High roof heights you might expect but more unusual in this class is the provision of up to four body lengths - Short, Medium, Long and Extra-long.

Then, depending upon the kind of use you have in mind, you'll need to decide upon a Gross Vehicle Weight - 3.0, 3.5, 4.6 or 5.0-tonne. The 3.0-tonne models are badged with a number starting '2' - so 210CDI, 213CDI, 216CDI and 219 BlueTEC, depending on your choice of engine.

The 3.5-tonne models use a similar structure but have badgework starting '3', the 4.6-tonners start '4' and the 5.0-tonners start '5'. Hopefully, that's not too complicated to grasp.

Mercedes' appetite for innovation is apparent in the development of this current version, most notably in the fitment of the sort of safety features that not so very long ago were the preserve of luxury saloons.

The Sprinter is available with Crosswind Assist, which is fitted as standard, and COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST and Blind Spot Assist, which are both optional. Other key safety features are Highbeam Assist and Lane Keeping Assist.

On top of the latest safety functions, you also get more commonplace features such as ESP stability control with ASR Acceleration Skid Control on all models, plus ABS with Brake Assist and electronic brakeforce distribution to maximise its effectiveness, a bulb failure indicator and a useful feature that flashes the rear lights to warn following motorists in emergency stop..

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