2020 Sprinter Is Tricked Out Luxury

Lexi Tucker
Posted on November 25, 2019

How could a client not be impressed with something this beautiful? (Photo:

How could a client not be impressed with something this beautiful? (Photo:

CINCINNATI, Ohio — If you want to stand out as a company that provides real luxury transportation, your vehicles need to reflect that ambition. This new 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van limo built by Midwest Automotive Designs now available on for $121,900 at 100 miles will take that desire and amplify it by 100.


This stunning Sprinter can seat up to eight passengers and has amenities like tinted windows, a restroom, WiFi capabilities, mirrored ceiling, leather seats, and a TV/DVD player. 

Here's what the seller has to say: "Comfort and luxury are a top priority and it shows. The 144 Commuter offers the same luxurious amenities as its two big brothers but is the same length as a typical SUV. Parking and maneuverability are a breeze. The shorter length makes it ideal for driving around town and can be used as an “everyday ride.” There are four beautifully plush captain’s chairs and two comfortable couches in the rear. Although shorter, it still features a complete bathroom that can be converted into a large storage area within minutes.

Kick back and relax in a reclining seat (Photo:

Kick back and relax in a reclining seat (Photo:

The classy and beautiful Maybach ceiling paired with the extended height of the Sprinter allows for plenty of headroom and makes it possible for everyone to completely stand up and walk around. The two rear couches can be converted into a bed for a quick nap or overnight excursion. There’s even a large dorm-size refrigerator conveniently tucked away but within reach for drinks and snacks while on the road. This vehicle is perfect for everyday use, a night out on the town, weekend sporting events, or a private school shuttle."

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