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Sportsmobile offers a wide variety of floor plans, packages and options for the Sprinter 4x4 camper, with prices starting around US$70,000. The van can sleep up to four adults with the available ...
After years of waiting, North America has finally gotten the 4x4 version of the Mercedes Sprinter van, which is quickly gaining popularity amongst camper van converters.
The Weekender Mercedes Sprinter RV camper delivers new heights of luxury, convenience and possibility. Discover a camper van unlike any other here.
One of Sportsmobile’s most popular product lines is the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4. The 4×4 option offers the expedition and adventure traveler a great platform. The Sprinter 4×4 opens up a new realm of possibilities for the weekend warrior looking to get a little further off the beaten path.
My 4×4 Mercedes Sprinter Van Conversion **Update – I sold this van in March 2017 and recently had Outside Van build me a new Sprinter Van. This time I went for a 170″ wheelbase 4×4 and used all of the knowledge I learned with my first van to make the second van even better.
Luxury That Follows You Everywhere with the Mercedes Passage Sprinter RV Camper Van from Midwest Automotive
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Mike Williams of Fayetteville, West Virginia, is a serious climber. And any serious climber is a road warrior. Only the fittest survive, and in the case of climber road trips, increasing evolutionary fitness ( I like to think) leads from VW Westy to Sprinter camper van.
Save up to $10,321 on one of 150 Mercedes-Benz Sprinters near you. Find your perfect car with Edmunds expert and consumer car reviews, dealer reviews, car comparisons and pricing tools. We have ...
The Sprinter RV is the camper van that has it all! Are you looking for a Class B motorhome with more space, full stand-up interior height, excellent fuel economy, and better maneuverability than other Class B's?