Battisti Sprinter Shows How Limos Have Evolved

Martin Romjue
Posted on August 8, 2016

Every Mercedes-Benz Sprinter reminds the industry how much the concept of stretch limousine has changed. Thirty years ago, trade shows were seas of stretches, and you could see across them. Now, the Sprinter "limousines" form mazes across thousands of square feet.

A Battisti Customs 2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van for sale on provides a ready showcase for the limo of the 21st Century. Available through Lakeview Custom Coach, the Sprinter can be had for $93,550 at 878 miles. 


The black Sprinter, which seats up to eight passengers, comes with a tan leather interior and wood-style flooring. It has four captains chairs on either end with a side-facing bench seat, two 32-inch TVs, and a touchscreen AM/FM-CD-DVD-iPod-mp3 stereo with blue tooth. 

The separate rear compartment offers plenty of room for luggage and clients no longer have to do the limo crawl shuffle to get to a seat where you hold your knees up high. Now "10-pack" stretch no longer means pack them in.

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