Mercedes-Benz USA is extending customer offerings for the new 2025 eSprinter with the launch of the 81-kWh battery option (usable capacity) and further developed technology functions. In addition, enhanced safety and assistance systems are now available as well as upgraded standard equipment for the new eSprinter.

As an alternative to the 113 kWh battery, 170” wheelbase and high roof combination, Mercedes-Benz eSprinter customers in North America can now opt for an 81-kWh battery variant with different wheelbases and roof heights. With the different battery capacities, Mercedes-Benz can meet many customer needs and specific total cost of ownership requirements – from inner-city local transport to regional feeder transport. To maximize a payload of up to 3,516 lbs., a 144” wheelbase with standard roof combination can offer up to 319 cubic feet of cargo volume.

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Mercedes eSprinter: peak power and promised range

The permanent magnet synchronous motor of the eSprinter is available with 100 kW or 150 kW peak power. An electric range for the 81 kWh battery of up to 329 km according to the WLTP test procedure, is suitable for last-mile delivery services that service urban areas. For increased range, the 113 kWh battery offers a range of up to 478 km. Just like the 113 kWh battery, the 81 kWh option is capable of charging with both alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC). Fast charging with up to 115 kW from 10 to 80 percent of full capacity can be achieved in just over 30 minutes.

“Daily delivery vehicles generally follow a fixed predictable route that is usually under 150 miles – making the eSprinter the perfect solution for last-mile-deliveries. However, businesses have different needs when it comes to range, cargo volume and payload. It’s important to us to expand our product mix and provide options that tailor to their specific commercial purpose”, stated Iain Forsyth, Director of Product Management and Marketing, Mercedes-Benz Vans USA.


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