The nice thing about black Sprinters is you can't tell if they're corporate or retail, unless you take a look on the inside. Operators find very appealing those vans and mini-buses that can adapt to both client categories.
AURORA, Col. -- Vehicle buyers and sellers can argue amongst themselves if mileage of 300 still qualifies as a new vehicle, but even if this 2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van ranks as used, it should be considered fresh off the lot.
So don't let a listing on Limoforsale.com, an online marketplace for mostly used limo fleet vehicles, fool you.
Designer Coach near Denver is selling the van for $98,900 at 300 miles on Limoforsale.com. DETAILS, PHOTOS, CONTACT INFO HERE.
The 12-passenger Sprinter comes with a full warranty and has the right mix of amenities and controls to transform among corporate and party bus interiors. Larger, upscale vans such as the Sprinter are becoming the new stretch limousine of the 21st Century. Those models that can be adapted to multiple client uses are highly sought after by operators looking to minimize fleet overhead and appeal to a wider client base.
This van limo, for example, has a separate rear luggage compartment (road shows, airport runs) and a disco ceiling and lighting features (nights out) to underscore its versatility.