Sprinter cab/chassis rolled out

Aug. 1, 2002
At June's International Trucking Show in Las Vegas, DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC rolled out its new Sprinter cab/chassis model, which is designed to accommodate all sorts of vocational bodies. Manufactured in Germany, the cab/chassis version will be available here starting next month. It will be offered in a choice of 8,550 or 9,990 lb. GVW ratings and in three wheelbases 118, 140 or 158 in. Like all

At June's International Trucking Show in Las Vegas, DaimlerChrysler Vans LLC rolled out its new Sprinter cab/chassis model, which is designed to accommodate all sorts of vocational bodies.

Manufactured in Germany, the cab/chassis version will be available here starting next month. It will be offered in a choice of 8,550 or 9,990 lb. GVW ratings and in three wheelbases — 118, 140 or 158 in.

Like all Sprinters, the new model is powered by a Mercedes-Benz 2.7-liter turbodiesel mated to a Mercedes-Benz five-speed automatic with overdrive.

Available options on the cab/chassis model will include rear window, trailer hitch, deletion of tail lights, wiring harnesses for body interior lighting and lengthening of tail light wiring harness.

Go to www.daimlerchrysler-vans.com or circle 301 on reply card

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