High Volume/High Roof Van
This Mercedes-Benz Sprinter MWB 3.5t H2 Van comes with the following features : Service ASSYST - Flexible servicing system, Communication module (LTE) for digital services, Cruise control, Digital clock, Trip computer, 2 speakers, Digital radio (DAB), USB connection, Adaptive brake lights, Daytime running lights, Electric front windows, Headlight assistant, Height and reach adjustable steering wheel, Load lashing rings, Locking glovebox, Multi function steering wheel, Attention assist, Breakdown management, Crosswind assist, Drivers airbag, Jack, Mercedes-Benz emergency call system, Seat belt warning for driver's seat, Anti-theft alarm system, Double locking, Immobiliser, Remote central locking, ABS, Adaptive ESP, ASR traction control, Brake assist, EBD, ECO Start/stop function, , Hill start assist Cruise Control, Bluetooth and Barn Doors. Using the app or desktop platform, drivers and fleet managers can see the location of their vehicles at all times. You can also receive alerts in the event of a potential theft, with live-GPS tracking to help with the recovery of the vehicle. Why Choose Marshall Truck & Van? Our attentive and professional team are on hand to welcome you and answer all your questions, arrange a test drive and are dedicated to helping you find the van the suits your needs. Every approved Used Van has been rigorously inspected by our Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians meaning you can be confident you have selected a thoroughly checked high quality van. Our six branches Andover, Fareham, Nursling, Portsmouth, Southampton and Poole are on hand for your servicing needs with our Fareham Mercedes-Benz Truck & Van Centre offering 24hour servicing whilst you sleep! With all approved vehicles you have Free MobiloVan Roadside Assistance, breakdown Insurance & Corrosion Warranty Renewal. If you would like a personalised video of this vehicle please feel free to contact one of our dedicated team on Portsmouth 02392 800244 and we look forward to welcoming you very soon.
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.