Sprinter Van Mimics A Classic Stretch Limousine

Martin Romjue
Posted on October 10, 2016

In this limo van, you can actually stretch up and stretch out. (Photo:

In this limo van, you can actually stretch up and stretch out. (Photo:

OAKLYN, N.J. --- If you ever needed proof the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van has become the new stretch, look no further than this 2010 model from Midwest Automotive Designs, being sold by Lakeview Custom Coach.

The black-on-black van has the same floor plan as a classic black stretch limousine, with two captain's chairs in the back, a J-seat, and a bar down the right side. Unlike a sedan stretch, the Sprinter offers the obvious benefit of more headroom. What good-timing group of clients could turn down the "limo walk" over the "limo crawl"?

The diesel, 10-passenger Sprinter is now available on for $56,500 at 47,000 miles.


One of the tell-tale details about this van, rarely seen on listings, is that it "came from a country club," the seller writes. That means it's been exposed to much better behaved passengers than your average bachelor party or night-on-the-town bar-hoppers. It's doubtful your average Lacoste-shirted, white-shoed country club crowd will be spilling and spewing bargain-brand beer all over the seats and floor.

Among amenities you wouldn't find in your average sedan stretch limo: touch screen CD-DVD-iPod-mp3, wood floor with new overlay mats, pull out refrigerator, storage, good rear luggage, beverage area with wine cabinet, and new running boards.

The Sprinter has been fully serviced and financing is available. 

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