Mercedes-Benz USA expands 2025 eSprinter product options – Charged EVs


Mercedes-Benz USA is introducing options for its 2025 eSprinter van that include an 81 kWh usable capacity battery, a standard roof height, and a 144-inch wheelbase.

All eSprinter variants allow for a permissible gross vehicle weight of up to 9,370 lbs.

The eSprinter is equipped with a motor delivering a torque of up to 295 lb-ft, and is available with either 100 kW or 150 kW peak power. The range of the van, which is designed for last-mile urban delivery services, is up to 204 miles for the 81 kWh battery and up to 297 miles for its 113 kWh battery option.

“Daily delivery vehicles generally follow a fixed predictable route that is usually under 150 miles—making the eSprinter the perfect solution for last-mile deliveries,” said Iain Forsyth, Director of Product Management and Marketing, Mercedes-Benz. “However, businesses have different needs when it comes to range, cargo volume and payload. It’s important to us to expand our product mix and provide options tailored to their specific commercial purpose.”

The 2025 eSprinter has upgraded standard equipment, and enhanced safety and assistance systems. It starts at $61,250 and will be available in the second half of 2024.

Source: Mercedes Benz

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