Outside of a new preventative maintenance package, the 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter sees no changes of note.
There are no major changes for 2012. However, a stunning concept styled by Becker Automotive Design of Ventura, CA and shown at this year's New York auto show reveals the length of customizing possibilities for the Sprinter, especially when money is no option.
Seeing as the aging fleet of Ford and GM vans can still get the job done, the notion of owning a Mercedes-Benz for your commercial hauling and people-moving needs might seem like overkill. But for those who believe "good enough" is not enough, there's the 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. In addition to higher-quality interior materials, more customizability, and better fuel efficiency than its domestic rivals, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is remarkably maneuverable around town. On the practical front, the optional high-roof allows someone 6-foot-3 to stand upright within the cargo area, and the load-in height is the lowest in the segment. As a people-schlepper, the Sprinter lineup offers everything from a 12-passenger van to a shuttle-style MiniBus with seating for up to 18.