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HarleyEarl

New Mercedes Sprinter

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HarleyEarl    1

The new Mercedes Sprinter and most likely the next Dodge Sprinter.

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Here's the current Dodge Sprinter for comparison:

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Hudson    16

Is there still going to be a Freightliner version?....or was that just way too redundand?

I believe this generation will be a Dodge exclusive in the US.

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sciguy_0504    0

They are very attractive work vans. The amount of room in the back, especially with the high-roof version, it amazing.

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HarleyEarl    1

Coach builders DO make conversion vans out of them.

http://www.sportsmobile.com/

I've seen them used for promotional purposes too. A sportsbar nightspot has it with bold wild graphics and huge tv screen on one side, they park it outside as people que up to go in. You can watch the game while lining up to watch the game.

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I believe this generation will be a Dodge exclusive in the US.

Maybe they can do a luxury version of the passenger version..brand it as a Chrysler Town and Country.

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That thing gonna have a HEMI? I always thought the Sprinter was very interesting and offered something unique and refreshing to the market-and many seem to agree.

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ocnblu    733
Hasn't Westfalia had a hand in VW Campers for like 50 years?

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