The new Sprinter City
The new Sprinter

The new Sprinter City

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 experts for scheduled services.

28–38 passengers | 7.4–8.5 metres | The specialist for scheduled services


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.

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.