2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vs. 2019 Ford Transit
2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprintervs. 2019 Ford Transit
Choosing the right commercial van is vital to the everyday functioning of your Bullhead City business. The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and 2019 Ford Transit both offer impressive strength and capabilities, as well as a spacious interior and a variety of useful features. Which one is best for your business? Compare the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vs. Ford Transit with Mercedes-Benz of Henderson to find out.
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Sprinter vs.Transit: Convenience Features
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and 2019 Ford Transit were constructed with optimal utility, convenience, and safety in mind. However, the Sprinter offers additional beneficial features that are unavailable or optional on the Ford Transit.
- ATTENTION ASSIST®: Unavailable on the Transit, ATTENTION ASSIST® is standard on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. This feature monitors driving behavior and alerts the driver when the system detects fatigued driving.
- Interior Standing Height: The Transit has an interior standing height of 56.9 inches when configured with the regular wheelbase and low roof. The Sprinter Cargo Van with a 144-inch wheelbase, on the other hand, offers 67.7 inches of interior standing height.
- Rearview Camera: The Sprinter and the Transit both provide a standard rearview camera, so Laughlin drivers will have an easier time when reversing.
Sprinter vs.Transit: Dimensions & Capacities
While both the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Ford Transit offer ample cargo space, as well as impressive payload and towing capabilities, the Sprinter outshines the Transit in the following categories:
- Cargo Area: With its front passenger seat removed, the long extended-wheelbase, high-roof Transit configuration provides a maximum cargo space of 542.2 cubic feet. The extended-wheelbase, high-roof Sprinter Cargo Van can sit up to three passengers, doesn’t sacrifice seating, and has a cargo capacity of 532.6 cubic feet.
- Payload: The Transit 350HD, with a 147.6-inch wheelbase and high-roof, has a payload capacity of 4,640 pounds — the maximum payload capacity in the lineup. The Sprinter, configured with a 170-inch wheelbase and high-roof, has a higher maximum payload capacity of 6,206 pounds.
- Towing: When properly configured, both the Ford Transit and Sprinter Cab Chassis can tow up to 7,500 pounds.
Find the Right Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for Your Kingman Business!
After comparing the 2019 Ford Transit vs. Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, it’s clear that the Sprinter outshines the Transit. Not only is it more spacious, but it’s stronger and offers exclusive standard features. Plus, the Sprinter offers numerous additional advantages! To get behind the wheel of any of our in-stock Sprinter models, visit us near Boulder City or contact us to schedule a test drive and learn about our Sprinter special offers!