Metris and Sprinter Vans


Our Mercedes-Benz Metris and Sprinter van models make your day easier. Whether you need room for several passengers or a custom upfitting for your particular profession, our Mercedes-Benz vans get the job done.

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Inside Our Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van

Three options give you the opportunity to get exactly what you need in the Sprinter van interior. Choose between Cargo, Crew, and Passenger setups.The Cargo setup is a popular choice for small businesses that want an interior that caters to what they do. Learn more about how the storage spaces, connection options, and stability of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter cargo van comes up big for businesses on the go.

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew van combines the space management of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter cargo van with the Passenger setup's comfort. Seat up to five passengers in the Crew van, and up to twelve in the Passenger van. Our Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van models are equipped with modern features that make getting to your destination a breeze.

Compare options for Sprinter van specials with our showroom staff members at Ed Hicks Imports. Our Sprinter vans are loaded with amenities like LED lights, 360-degree camera views, driver-assistance safety features, and a massive fuel tank.

Go for Glory in Our Mercedes-Benz Metris Van

The Mercedes-Benz Metris cargo van delivers similar power and precision as the Sprinter van but isn't as large. When you see these two van designs side-by-side, size is certainly what jumps out. However, ask our team to update you with the latest information on towing capacities, horsepower, and torque for these two vans. While the actual numbers vary according to model year, you'll see that the Mercedes-Benz Metris van can more than hold its own against the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van.

Recent model years of the Mercedes-Benz Metris and Sprinter van can both tow up quite a bit when properly equipped. They have comparable figures for horsepower and torque, despite the Mercedes-Benz Metris van having a smaller wheelbase, overall length, and standing height.

As you compare our Mercedes-Benz Metris models with dynamic designs like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500, take note of the details inside. Our vehicle experts love how well the USB-C ports, 12V power outlets, and LED strip lighting are intricately woven together.

FAQs About Our Mercedes-Benz Van Models

Drivers that need a van with big-time performance will find several options to choose from at our dealership. Explore the differences in our Mercedes-Benz Metris and Sprinter van and weigh the strengths of each on our lot. We look forward to meeting you and answering any questions you have about the models in our new commercial inventory.

Here are some questions we answer on our lot.

What is the difference between a Metris and Sprinter van?

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van is larger than the Mercedes-Benz Metris van. There are some customization options in the bigger van that aren't available in the Mercedes-Benz Metris van. Maximize your commercial hauling capabilities and enjoy a versatile van with either Mercedes-Benz design.

How much weight can a Sprinter van hold?

Carry up to 6,735 pounds in the 2022 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van 4500. The same vehicle can tow up to 5,000 pounds when properly equipped.1

How many seats are in a Sprinter van?

Seat up to 12 passengers in the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van. This is several more passengers than you can fit in our SUV models and certainly Mercedes-Benz sedans.


1There are numerous legal requirements concerning the towing of a trailer, e.g., speed restrictions. Many states require a separate functional braking system for your trailer once a certain weight limit is exceeded. For reasons of safety, it is recommended that all trailers use a separate functional braking system. Make sure your vehicle/trailer combination complies with local laws. This not only means where you live, but also anywhere you are driving to. Information on this can be obtained from the police and local authorities. Observe the following when towing a trailer: Practice driving around bends, stopping and backing up at a place where there is no traffic.

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