Single and Dual Cab Chassis
The best in its class – with the largest range of variants
As the name suggests, the Sprinter Single and Dual Cab Chassis are extremely versatile. The concept behind the design of the vehicle is to ensure that a wide range of body and equipment solutions can be implemented to fit all kinds of specific challenges. This flexibility makes the Sprinter a popular choice amongst trade and construction, but no matter the industry you work in, you can be sure that the Sprinter can be adapted to meet your needs.
Some of these variations and features include:
- Standard frame
- 2 wheelbase sizes for each type
- Single and Dual Cab chassis variants
- 2 different engine variants to choose from
- Factory tray option
- Range of different weight (model dependent) variants: tonnages from 3.55t, 3,88t, 4,49t and 5.0t
- Payload (without factory tray) up to a maximum of 3025 kg
One of the Sprinters key characteristics is its four doors, much like that of a passenger car. The convenient crew cab allows passengers to get in and out of both sides of the vehicle quickly and easily. The standard central locking system is also available to lock and unlock the rear doors
Being the ultimate work vehicle, the Sprinter chassis can be fitted with optional factory trays. The factory trays feature complete platform with aluminium sideboards, aluminium tailboard and plywood floor with textured surface. At the sides, the 7-ply plywood platform floor is bordered by reinforced metal rails. The rough, slip-resistant surface is hard-wearing. The load-securing rings are integrated into the metal rails at the sides of the floor. The single-piece aluminium sideboards and tailboard have a fully corrosion-proof anodised finish and are fitted with plastic latches. The tailboard is also fitted with a retaining cable and a flush-integrated folding step.
The tough bodied Sprinter Single and Dual Cab chassis feature 3 point seatbelts on every seat, front airbags as standard for driver and co-driver and optional window and thorax bags. The window bag for the rear will deploy to protect the heads of occupants while the thorax bag, which is housed in the outside bolsters of the seat backrests, are designed to protect the upper torso in the event of severe impact.
Further safety features of the Sprinter include:
- Seat belt reminder fitted for the driver’s seat as standard.
- 2-way head restraints are fitted for front seats as standard.
- Adaptive ESP (Electronic Stability Program) technology
- Adaptive brake light
- Bi-xenon headlamps
- Rain sensor
- Wide-angle mirrors
- Collision Prevention assist
- High beam assist
- Lane keeping assist
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