• Stuttgart, Feb 16, 2017 - Mercedes-Benz Vans is increasing the safety of its star-branded vans even further with the aid of in-house accident research. This is the result of an interim evaluation of the activities carried out by a team of specialists over a period of one-and-a-half years.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 31, 2014 - The increasing complexity of vehicle technology means that ever more factors need to be taken into consideration when effecting the safe rescue of vehicle occupants after an accident. Valuable support for rescue services in such situations now comes in the form of a rescue sticker incorporating a QR code, available for all Mercedes-Benz vans.
  • Stuttgart, Oct 30, 2014 - Crosswind Assist is now also available as a retrofit solution for numerous variants of the Sprinter. The most important prerequisite: the vehicle must be fitted with the current version of Adaptive ESP, available since January 2012. Almost all owners of vehicles built between 2012 and mid-2013 are therefore now able to retrofit this highly effective safety feature to their vehicle. The mid-2013 model change saw Crosswind Assist become part of the standard specification of all the most common Sprinter variants.
  • Stuttgart/Boxberg, Mar 6, 2013 - At the TecForum 2013, Mercedes-Benz Vans presents a range of new assistance systems, offering an initial glimpse of the safety technology of the near future. The Crosswind Assist system for vans will celebrate its world premiere at the event. The Collision Prevention Assist, Blind Spot Assist, and Highbeam Assist will also be available in vans soon, where they will be supplemented by Lane Keeping Assist.