Full-size vans, which have ample interior space to transport cargo or passengers safely, are just as much a part of the industrial and commercial infrastructure of the nation as heavy-duty vehicles are. Among those boxes on wheels, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter offers businesses outstanding versatility and a host of cutting-edge features. This van's usage isn't limited to that; it can also be transformed into a roomy, luxurious area where people can travel comfortably. Midwest Automotive Designs is a company specifically created to do precisely that with Sprinter vans. This 2021 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 Diesel Custom is a brilliant example of one such personalized van. Specifically, this belongs to the Pro Series conversion that turns this big van into the ultimate luxury limousine. This Sprinter only has 8,910 miles on its clock and currently resides in North Carolina.
Back in the day if you wanted to travel across cities and enjoy a road trip with family and friends the best option would be the legendary conversion van. It was the perfect mix of practicality and comfort. The ceiling lights, comfortable seats, and an array of entertainment at your disposal made it the best way to travel. Conversion vans are still available to this day and are enjoyed by families and travelers alike. Here’s a unique twist on the age-old conversion van. Gone are the comfy seats and practicalities of a house and in with a luxury lounge-themed van. Located in Florida and with just 58,500 miles on the clock, this 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 Custom CEO Executive Mobile Office can be your unique way of traveling in style.
The second-generation Sprinter made its debut in Europe back in 2006 and quickly gained popularity for its multi-purpose use. Professional van and light truck magazine crowned the Sprinter as “Van of The Year” consecutively in 2007 and 2008. The vehicle was favoured by logistics companies such as DHL and e-commerce giant Amazon, who acquired 20,000 units in September 2018 to aid small business partners with their logistics services. However, it’s not just goods and utility that the Sprinter was known for. It also serves as a versatile platform for a leisure-based recreational take on a van. The subject in discussion today is a 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3500 Ext. Cargo High Roof, and has been completely revamped to be a luxury home on wheels.