Overland Classifieds :: 2021 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 4×4

The Sprinter 4×4 is a popular choice for long-term travel thanks to proven engines and drivetrains, generous interior space and payload, well-equipped interiors, and impressive go-anywhere performance. We’ve featured a number of adventure-ready examples, including this 2016 4×4 Expedition Camper, a 2018 Sportsmobile with Alu-Cab Rooftop Tent, and a 2016 Overland Build. However, with the growing popularity of vans like the Ford Transit AWD (and the recent announcement of their upcoming Trail Edition), Mercedes may soon have some serious competition. If you’d like a better idea of how the latest Sprinter performs when faced with challenging terrain, I recommend checking out Chad DeRosa’s Desert Overlanding video. Today’s 2021 Sprinter features a professional camper conversion. At $99,500 OBO, it’s not a cheap rig, but it’s competitively priced when you consider this comparable 2021 Mercedes Sprinter 4×4 Revel is priced at $177,900.

From the Seller

Selling my family’s Sprinter, originally built for my retired parents; however, #vanlife is not for them.”

2021 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 4×4

The Sprinter 4×4 is fitted with a 3.0-liter diesel motor that produces 188 horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque. A long-lived and relatively economical motor is mated with impressive go-anywhere credentials thanks to Mercedes’ optional and very expensive ($7,800) Low and High Range 4×4 Package. This uprates the standard van with a proper 4WD system, 2-speed transfer case, and a low-range option with a 50:50 torque split. There are no locking differentials, but there is a brake-based system linked to the stability and traction control designed to emulate one (although you could add an ARB rear air locker). Today’s offering was specified from the factory with desirable options such as the Comfort and Driver Convenience Packages, which include:

  • Fuel-fired heater booster
  • Heated leather seats
  • Cruise control
  • Climate control

Distinguishing Features

  • Prinsu Designs roof rack
  • NovaKool R3100 fridge
  • Goal Zero 1000 lithium battery with two 150-watt solar panels
  • MaxxAir MaxxFan Deluxe fan with remote
  • Terrawagen flares
  • BFGoodrich KO2 A/T tires

This 2021 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 4×4 is listed for $99,500 OBO and is currently located in Colorado. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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