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2013 Roadtrek RS-Adventurous Lounge Wardrobe Merceses Benz Sprinter Diesel Conversion Van

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Published on May 30, 2012

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The Mercedes Sprinter van is designed and built for unsurpassed fuel economy, durability, safety, practicality, comfort and quality. Powered by an ultra clean fuel efficient CRD turbo diesel V6 engine, you'll enjoy awesome fuel economy, long service intervals and great longevity. The adaptive Electronic Stability Program (ESP) takes into account the vehicle's load as it uses numerous sensors to determine when the vehicle is starting to lose control and uses the traction control and anti-lock braking systems to regain control. Traction control also improves traction on slippery surfaces. Rack and pinion steering and a smooth shifting five-speed automatic transmission enhance driving pleasure. The space efficient engine bay and cab architecture maximize useable interior length. The almost vertical exterior sides maximize interior space within an overall exterior width similar to other full-size vans. The wider and taller sliding door allows even easier entry. The cab is equipped with electronic climate control, tilt steering and factory "comfort seats". On long trips, you'll appreciate the 10-way adjustability, lumbar supports and headrests. Added to all this is Mercedes-Benz quality. Need we say more?

Inside you'll find Roadtrek's timeless space utilization with a few twists. The second row seating consists of comfortable lounge seats (do not convert to beds) or optional captain's seats for even greater comfort on or off the road. All four captain's seats swivel for optimal dining, game playing or just shootin' the breeze. The second row will even swivel towards the rear to give everyone a great view of the TV. Comfortable front sleeping is achieved with our optional folding mattresses. Stored during the day under the hanging wardrobe, they rest on top of the front four seats to provide longer, flat and even sleeping surfaces. When you don't need them, just leave them at home.

With no gables or cabinets at either end of the galley, it's open from front to rear on the driver's side. Panoramic windows from front to rear allow daylight and create openness unrivalled in any other class B. The permanent bathroom's unique doors maximize aisle width when the bathroom's not in use. Yet when in use there's ample space inside while keeping the aisle clear. Inside you'll find a toilet, vanity sink and a sit-down or stand-up shower.

The spare tire is stored on the vehicle underside just ahead of the rear axle. Without a Continental kit at the rear, the vehicle's length is minimized and easy access to both rear doors is maintained.

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