First Class Customs Builds A Mean Sprinter

Lexi Tucker
Posted on January 22, 2018

FONTANA, Calif. — One thing that can be said about this industry is most operators who care about what their fleets look like to clients will keep every vehicle they own as pristine as possible. Judging by the look of this used 2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van limo, that must be true of the previous owner.

The vehicle is now for sale on for $82,995 at 18,800 miles.


The Sprinter has limo-style seating for 12 in the rear and two seats in the front. It includes 32-in. LCD TVs with an excellent sound system (alpine amps and sub woofers), tinted windows, wet bar, mirrored ceiling, iPod AUX integration, wrap around seating, mood lighting, and window shades. It had only one previous owner, the seller says.

Related Topics: coachbuilders, First Class Customs,, Mercedes-Benz, online vehicle sales, Sprinter, used vehicles, vehicle sales

Lexi Tucker Senior Editor
Comments ( 1 )
  • Fred Thompson

     | about 2 years ago

    You call that a mean sprinter????I build them 10x better here than that custom outside and inside from headlights to tail light all custom inside too at a price too 100k you get what u pay for I guess buy cheap you get cheap ha ha ha ha ha

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