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By Cars.com Staff
July 1, 2010
Vehicle Overview Designed specifically for commercial applications as passenger, cargo or chassis-cab vans, the Sprinter can be built on one of two wheelbases with one of three roof heights. The Sprinter competes in a class with the Chevrolet Express, Ford E-Series Wagon and GMC Savana.
New for 2010 The Sprinter has improved horsepower and torque on the Sprinter's 3.0-liter diesel V-6 engine.
Exterior The back doors open to the vehicle's full height and swing open 270 degrees. One-touch, triple-flash turn signals and wide-angle mirrors are standard. An electronic sliding door is optional on both cargo and passenger models. Passenger vans include an emergency exit window.
Standard power windows, locks and integrated wide-angle mirrors
Standard 16-inch steel wheels
Optional 16-inch aluminum wheels
Standard sliding passenger-side door
Dual hinged doors in back with a 270-degree opening
Optional side doors (in place of sliding door)
Optional heated windshield and rain-sensing wipers
Interior Up to 12 occupants fit inside a passenger-carrying Sprinter. Two people sit up front and as many as three more rows of seats can be installed. An optional removable four-seat rear bench is new for cargo vans. All models can have bucket seats in front. Sprinters have a flat cargo floor and tapered rear wheel housings.
Available cloth or vinyl seats
Standard air conditioning
Standard tilt/telescoping steering wheel
Standard CD player
Optional six-disc CD changer
Under the Hood Sprinters come in 2500 (three-quarter-ton) and 3500 (one-ton) ratings, but only the 2500 series includes a passenger model. Sprinters are powered by a 3.0-liter, turbocharged V-6 engine. It's been revised for 2010 to produce 185 horsepower and 325 pounds-feet of torque.
Sprinters have an independent front suspension, rear leaf springs and power rack-and-pinion steering.
185-hp, turbocharged 3.0-liter diesel V-6 with 325 pounds-feet of torque
Five-speed automatic transmission
Safety The 12-passenger van includes an emergency exit window.
Optional side-impact and side curtain airbags
Standard all-disc antilock brakes
Standard electronic stability system and traction control
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