This Silver Sprinter Could Sweep You Off Your Feet

Lexi Tucker
Posted on December 4, 2017

RIVERSIDE, Calif. — As more limousine companies see the opportunies available in the shuttle market, it becomes more important to stand out from not only tranditional shuttle companies, but industry competitors as well.

This silver 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van shuttle built by McSweeney Designs would be a great way to appeal to tech companies looking for a way to transport their employees to and from the office.

It's now available on for $64,988 at 26,250 miles.


The van can hold up to 17 passengers in reclining leather seats and includes amenities such as tinted windows, wireless internet, A/C power outlets, captains chairs, tray tables, window shades, and a TV/DVD player.

Related Topics:, McSweeney Designs, Mercedes-Benz, online vehicle sales, shuttle vans, Sprinter, used vehicles, vehicle sales

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
Comments ( 2 )
  • Anthony

     | about 2 years ago

    I am not a fan of new coach builders. I am a fan of executive coach vehicles and over the years we all have noticed the random non brand builders that have vehicles that rattle inside after 1 year on the road. I checked on googlemaps and this alabama company does.not have a standing building????? Please lctmag confirm and visit the companies you consider doing a story about.

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