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2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and eSprinter to Feature Updated Technology, Expanded Options

Mercedes-Benz has announced several updates to its 2025 Sprinter and eSprinter lineup that will bring enhanced technology, safety features, and more configuration options to the popular commercial van.

According to a company press release, one of the key changes is an upgraded MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) multimedia system, which will feature a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen display, faster computing power, improved navigation, and wireless smartphone integration. 

Interior view of a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter showing the steering wheel, dashboard with updated technology digital displays, and two front seats.
2025 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter interior (European model shown). | Image by Mercedez-Benz via media.mbusa.com

The system will also enable over-the-air software updates to keep the vans up to date. The voice assistant will be more intelligent, and able to perform certain actions without the “Hey Mercedes” prompt, making it more intuitive to use while driving.

On the safety front, the 2025 Sprinter and eSprinter will gain an updated Active Brake Assist system with intersection functionality to help avoid collisions with crossing traffic at speeds up to 37 mph. It can also warn of dangerous overtaking at speeds up to 43 mph and assist with evasive steering maneuvers at speeds up to 25 mph. 

A new Sideguard Assist will better alert drivers to vehicles in the passenger-side blind spot using LED lights in the exterior mirrors and acoustic warnings. The vans will also offer a digital interior mirror and 360-degree camera system.

A silver Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van parked on a road at a shipping container yard during twilight.
2025 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter (European model shown). | Image by Mercedez-Benz via media.mbusa.com

Other driver assistance upgrades include a new front camera for Active Lane Keeping Assist and Moving-Off Information Assist, which can detect vehicles within 12 feet in front and 19.6 inches to the side when pulling away from a stop, and provide collision warnings at speeds up to 6 mph. The 360-degree camera view will also display a rear hatched area to show where the rear doors can safely open.

For the all-electric eSprinter, Mercedes-Benz is introducing a new 144-inch wheelbase option with an 81 kWh battery pack, providing a balance of cargo space and driving range up to 204 miles. This joins the existing 170-inch wheelbase high-roof model with a 113 kWh battery enabling a 297-mile range. 

The eSprinter lineup will now offer payloads up to 3,516 lbs and cargo volumes up to 488 cu. ft., allowing it to be configured for a wider variety of commercial applications.

The 2025 Sprinter will also gain some equipment and package changes, including an updated Winter Package, Drive Assist Package with driver assistance features, and standard equipment like front/rear tire pressure monitoring for dual models, rain sensors, and entry handles. 

Interior of a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van showing three rows of gray fabric seats with seat belts, viewed from the open side door.
Interior of the 2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (European model shown). | Image by Mercedez-Benz via media.mbusa.com

When it comes to digital conveniences, the 2025 Sprinter and eSprinter’s MBUX infotainment system, working in tandem with the Mercedes me connect app, offers a comprehensive suite of digital features that elevate the intelligence and convenience of these vans, making everyday life more efficient for customers. The Mercedes me connect app provides easy access to free services, including maintenance, accident, and breakdown management, as well as remote capabilities like locking and unlocking doors. 

Another exciting addition is the new satellite view and improved navigation for trailers and oversized vehicles.

These digital extras bring another level of intelligence and convenience to the RV experience. By leveraging these advanced technologies, RV manufacturers can create smarter, more connected products that enhance the comfort, safety, and enjoyment of their customers’ adventures.

For RV manufacturers and upfitters, the 2025 Sprinter and eSprinter offer a compelling platform with their updated technology, safety, and electric powertrain options. The MBUX system and Mercedes me connect services can enhance the user experience for camper van and Class B motorhome customers. 

Close-up of a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter tourer van's rear panel and taillight, with trees and sky reflected on its surface.
A close-up shot of the 2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (European model shown). | Image by Mercedez-Benz via media.mbusa.com

The variety of eSprinter configurations allows more flexibility to create electric RVs with ample range and capability to suit different use cases and price points. With Mercedes-Benz’s reputation for quality, innovation and support, the 2025 Sprinter line provides a solid foundation to build advanced, sustainable and connected RV products.

According to the press release, the new conventional 2025 Merecdes-Benz Sprinter can be ordered at dealerships now starting at $50,9009 and the new 2025 eSprinter starting at $61,250. Both new models will arrive at U.S. dealerships second half of 2024.

Featured image by Mercedez-Benz via media.mbusa.com

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SparkyJoy331
SparkyJoy331
April 24, 2024 11:59 am

I’m thrilled about the 2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and eSprinter updates! The new tech and options show Mercedes-Benz’s dedication to innovation and sustainability, making these vans a game-changer for businesses.

oceanOllie
oceanOllie
April 24, 2024 1:29 pm
Reply to  SparkyJoy331

Can you believe the cool updates in those Mercedes vans? The new tech and features are top-notch. Makes you wonder what else they’ll come up with! Mercedes-Benz really knows how to keep us on our toes with these amazing upgrades!

Beastie9_89
Beastie9_89
April 24, 2024 10:13 pm
Reply to  oceanOllie

The updates in those Mercedes vans are pretty cool, right? It’s awesome how they’re always pushing the boundaries. Can’t wait to see how they’ll keep surprising us in the future! And who knows, maybe they’ll introduce some futuristic self-driving technology too!

Heather Hughes
Heather Hughes
April 24, 2024 8:21 pm

Step into the future with the 2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and eSprinter! Picture this: advanced tech, top-notch safety features, and a driving experience like no other. Imagine the possibilities with enhanced connectivity and cutting-edge assistance systems. It’s like having a personal guide to excellence on the road!

YvonneStellar
YvonneStellar
April 25, 2024 12:27 am

I’m really excited about this! The 2025 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and eSprinter are stepping up their game with cool tech upgrades and improved safety features. Plus, the eSprinter is going green with eco-friendly features like regenerative braking. It’s awesome to see them evolving for a more connected and sustainable future!

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