2019 Mercedes Sprinter-based Minibuses Review & Changes – Soon after years of development and testing, Mercedes-Benz is all set to expose the next-generation minibusses. The German automaker has made four model series with an overall of 20 distinct models, all based on the current generation Sprinter bus. The minibusses range remains unchanged and features four model outlines – Sprinter City, Sprinter Move, Sprinter Mobility, and Sprinter Travel. Their brands, as Mercedes explains, stand up for operations in regular services, as a flexible shuttle bus, for the move of passengers with limited mobility, and for tourist carry.
The producer highlights the importance of the Sprinter City 75, that ought to come to be the most widely used of all new minibusses. It’s a regular-services bus with seats for 38 passengers, which uses a heavy-duty rear axle and a distinctive chassis design which allows for a roomy low-floor platform in between the two axles. A shorter, City 45, version is likewise available for smaller populated places.
On board, the minibus is Mercedes’ latest MBOX infotainment system, which is presently available for the new Sprinter and incorporates a touchscreen exchanging the old rotary knobs/touchpads. It offers an easy access to infotainment features, as effectively as a parking camera and a full 360-level view system. The driver’s region and passenger pocket are supplied with separate air conditioning.
The Sprinter Transfer will probably be sold in four measures, different from 232 inches (5.9 m) to 303 inches (7.7 meters). The Sprinter Mobility is designed especially for individuals with confined mobility, and the range-topper in this lineup, the Sprinter Mobility 45, features a new increased floor that allows two wheelchairs to stand up along with each other at the level of the rear axle.
Mercedes will launch the new minibus series step by step and the first to get there on the market before the year’s end will probably be the Sprinter Exchange 23 and 35, the Sprinter Mobility 23, and the Sprinter City 75. Next year, they will be joined up with by all versions of the Sprinter Travel and, by the end of 2019, more than 20 still left-hands-drive and correct-fingers-drive models will likely be available.