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Encyclopedia > Dodge Sprinter

The Sprinter is a tall delivery van built by DaimlerChrysler and sold under its Mercedes-Benz, Dodge, and Freightliner brands. It is designed for business, not consumer, use. A Hybrid version may be offered in the late 2000s.


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Dodge B-series van - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (353 words)
The Dodge B-series was a full-sized passenger van built by Chrysler Corporation, which replaced the previous smaller A-series vans.
In the 1980s, the Dodge vans were the only ones to feature rear quarter glass that wrapped around to the rear of the van, which reduced the driver's blind spots compared to the Ford and GM vans.
Dodge first pioneered the extended-rear 15-passenger van favored by school and church groups and dominated it until overtaken by Ford in the 1990s.
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (991 words)
Sprinter cargo vans are a popular choice of cargo van expediters in the United States.
The advent of the Sprinter van with its cargo space of 13-1/2 feet (4.1 m) has allowed van expediters to take three 48 x 48 in (1.22 x 1.22 m) skids or pallets where previously they were confined to two.
Dodge Sprinter owners have been discussing a possible flaw in the "Turbo Resonator".
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