2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo, Passenger and Chassis Cab Van Review

2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo, Passenger and Chassis Cab Van Review
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2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo, Passenger and Chassis Cab Van Review

19 thoughts on “2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo, Passenger and Chassis Cab Van Review”

  1. The guy who was shifting the box around to estimate how many boxes fit into the van did a very sloppy job creating overlaps when shifting the box. That hurts the video credibility in my eyes. I would have deleted it from the video if I were the one who made the video.

  2. This show would be a lot better if you would stop with penis jokes that a 12 year old boy tells when no adults are around. It makes the host sound like a truly ignorant human being and your hosts seem to be good at doing that! You should make an effort to sound like people who know what "manners and class" is!! It might even make them sound like they have an education past first grade!

  3. Well, of course the Mercedes software didn't understand your commands, you didn't even use natural language. I barely got it. "Turn THE radio off" might work. Or "Turn down THE volume". 😉

  4. This seemed like some liberal soy boi documentary. Awful. Didn't make it 2 minutes. I did make it to the downvote button.

  5. An extremely poor choice for a van in North America. Firstly, expect to become great friends with your Mercedes dealer, as you will be visiting him a lot after a few years of ownership as these are not very reliable. Their service network is a tenth the size of a domestics, so always break down in a major center as you won't find one in smaller centers, plus be prepared to wait a week or so to get in as the waiting list for service can be quite long. Parts availability is poor but since the domestics are moving away from vans manufactured in North America this may be a univeral issue, unlike Amazon shipping from Europe isn't next day. Also hopefully they are not subject to steel and aluminium tariffs implemented by the President. Then there is the brand name issue, as Mercedes service and parts comes with Mercedes pricing. If you need proof, just phone a service center and request a price for an oil change. Nice women though.

  6. Nice video. I must admit you said "toolups" about 5 times before I worked out you were saying tulips. We pronounce it similar to "choolipps". Sorry about that.

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