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Mercedes-Benz eSprinter: Starting Price and Specs for the Iconic Electrified Van

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(Image credit- Kleyn Vans) The eSprinter, an electrified model of the well-known Mercedes-Benz van, is now offered in the United States, and the company has just revealed the famed utility vehicle's prices. In order to support the global clean energy revolution, Mercedes-Benz has vowed to only sell electric cars by 2030 and to convert its whole fleet to this type of transportation.

Mercedes-Benz eSprinter- What's the Price and Specs?

The eSprinter electrified model which has a 170-inch wheelbase and a high-roof layout holding a 113kWh battery, will be available in the US. In the new e-van market, which also includes the Ford E-Transit and the Volkswagen ID Buzz, that version will start at $71,886, making it the more expensive entry. Although EPA estimations are probably less than that, the eSprinter will have a WLTP range of up to 400km (about 249 miles). [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1600"]2024 Mercedes-Benz eSprinter Cargo Van: Review, Trims, Specs, Price, New Interior Features, Exterior Design, and Specifications | CarBuzz Image credit- CarBuzz[/caption] Mercedes' factory in Charleston, South Carolina, as well as its German plants in Ludwigsfelde and Düsseldorf, are currently manufacturing the van. After 2030, the carmaker has stated that it will only sell electric automobiles. The Mercedes eSprinter is designed specifically for delivery or additional company activities, just like the Ford E-Transit and BrightDrop Zevo. But unlike other vans, the eSprinter might also be put to non-commercial uses, such as by those who want to adopt the itinerant way of life made popular by influencers. Mercedes is eager to highlight the vehicle's efficiency through its drive and recovery modes, which include three of the former and five of the latter. The vehicle also boasts best-in-class range stats. The transition to clean energy has been felt and seen all over the world, with the automotive sector leading this adoption. Several companies around the world have vowed to take on the challenge of making electrified versions of their cars available to everyone. [caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2500"]Mercedes-Benz unveils new eSprinter all-electric van with specs: 150 km of range and 1000 kg payload | Electrek Image credit- Electrek[/caption] Additionally, upgrading its current EV Motor Factory, which has a 1 million unit annual capacity, is one of Mercedes-Benz's most significant activities in this area.

The Legacy of Mercedes-Benz's EQS

Mercedes-Benz's EQS, one of the company's first electric vehicles, has proven to be more than just an electric vehicle; it is also a luxurious and performance-oriented vehicle that lives up to the company's reputation. With the EQS setting a record of 30,000 units sold in just three months in 2022, it has also brought the company's view on electric cars enormous renown and relevance. Earlier rumors and leaks regarding Mercedes-Benz introducing its electrified Sprinter van in the US were enthusiastically received because many people had previously held the company's van platform in high regard. Meanwhile, the Mercedes-Benz eSprinter, with its impressive 249-mile range, high roof, and long wheelbase, is now formally available in US showrooms, with prices starting at $71,000. Also read: Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV: A Luxurious Electric Experience

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