Mercedes-Benz produces a range of vans; Citan, Vito and Sprinter. They saw the need for a vehicle that could take on heavy loads while getting the job done. Over time, thier commitment to building the best vans made them the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer. Today’s Sprinter and Metris Vans carry on that spirit of innovation and dedication to hard work. They deliver performance, durability and safety to every owner. Mercedes-Benz Vans offer an abundance of features that help keep you safe, including cutting-edge technologies like Crosswind Assist3 and Load-Adaptive Electronic Stability Program (ESP®)2. With a turbocharged gasoline engine for Metris, a powerful 6-cylinder diesel engine6 for Sprinter and a 4X4 Sprinter variant, our drivetrains deliver the power under pressure and value over time.
Over a hundred years ago, Mercedes-Benz recognized the need for a vehicle that could take on heavy loads and not back down from any job. The result? Mercedes-Benz invented the van. That first van paved the way for an entirely new segment and set the standard for others to follow. As the need for vans grew, Mercedes-Benz surpassed all expectations to become the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer. While their latest Sprinter and Metris Vans continue to raise the bar for innovation and technology, they still hold true to Mercedes's core values: to create vans that deliver an extraordinary level of performance, durability, and safety to every owner.
In 1896, Benz company invents the motorized van, dubbed a "combination delivery vehicle". Then, in 1929, Introduction of the Mercedes-Benz L 1000 Express van. In 1956, Mercedes-Benz introduces the L 319 and reinvents the light truck segment. In 1967, Mercedes-Benz introduces the new large-capacity van, the L 406 D. In 1977, Mercedes-Benz launches a new light van lineup Internally called the TN or T1. In 1986, the invention of the automobile is 100 years old and Mercedes-Benz presents its newest van, the T2. In 1995, The first-generation Sprinter Van launches in Europe and wins "International Van of the Year."
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