You’ll be travelling in the profit zone, even when a larger bus is no longer profitable. With the new generation of the Sprinter City, Mercedes-Benz is offering two professionals for scheduled services.
“We opted for the Sprinter City 75 because the city traffic is arranged here in Göppingen so that you can’t get through with big buses. We have six Sprinter Cities in operation. They run every day in a rolling system in twoshift mode.”
The new minibus series’ flagship: The Sprinter City 75.
With a generous length of 8.5 metres and space for up to 38 passengers: the Sprinter City 75 is the bridge between the minibuses and the Citaro. With its narrow body, it moves with ease through narrow old town alleys and densely built-up suburban settlements. Its low entry, the generous low-floor area and the distinctive design set new standards for scheduled services. The body conceals unique technology such as the exclusive high-load axle and the economical, powerful BlueTEC engines.
Compact, easy to handle, economical: the new Sprinter City 45.
As an attractively priced City model, it impresses with its consistent economy thanks to its permanently low entry height of 270 mm — i.e. without cost-driving technical lowering devices — and its extraordinarily low fuel consumption values. The new Sprinter City 45 is based on the Sprinter van with integrated low-entry zone. The 7.4 metre long model now also meets the requirements for Class 1 approval as a public service bus in addition to Class A with 22 passenger seats. It then offers a transport capacity for up to 28 passengers — 25 per cent more passenger seats than before.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter minibuses will be manufactured by Tremonia Mobility GmbH (previously Minibus GmbH) from 01.01.2022, but will continue to be sold through Daimler Buses. Further information.