StaffAllpar HomeMore NewsCarsTrucksUpcomingRepairsTest drives

Dodge Sprinter to be replaced by Mercedes

by David Zatz on

Mercedes will be pulling the Sprinter from Dodge dealerships into Mercedes dealerships as of January 1, according to Automotive News. The Sprinter, which will be re-launched with a different diesel engine (the one used in Mercedes SUVs), is assembled in South Carolina from knockdown kits. It has been a moderately slow seller, with a peak of 21,961 Dodge sales, and now faces competition from the Ford Transit, a European-design commercial van.

Know & Go screens
Employees created new FCA US app—first available to Ram TRX

Newest Ram Built to Serve models honor the U.S. Air Force

Former Ram chief engineer Michael J. Cairns

More Mopar Car
and Truck News

Some popular Allpar pages

Dodge Demon

2018 Wrangler JL

Staff details/contactsTerms of ServiceInformation is presented to the best of our knowledge. Plans change and sometimes mistakes are made. Decisions or purchases made based on this site's verbiage or images are done at the reader's own risk. Also see the Allpar News archives, 1997-2008 • Copyright © VerticalScope Inc. All rights reserved. • Mopar, Dodge, Jeep, Chrysler, HEMI, and certain other names are trademarks of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.