The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has a long history but its current iteration was introduced to the North American market in 2001 branded as a Freightliner. In 2003 the Sprinter was sold branded as either a Dodge or Freightliner The second generation Sprinter for North American rolled out in 2007 and could be branded as a Mercedes, Dodge or Freightliner until 2010, and presently as only a Mercedes or Freightliner.
Sprinter vans frame structure is considered unibody but resembles a traditional body over frame platform ladder style. It has an integral frame concept with a self-supporting body and high strength passenger cell providing a soft smooth ride that is extremely controllable for such a large vehicle. Softer crush zones work to protect passengers during a collision.
Collision body repair must be done in strict accordance with Mercedes-Benz guidelines and utilizing approved paint materials and required equipment applied and operated by trained technicians.
European Collision Center has been trained and certified by Mercedes-Benz to repair Sprinter vans back to factory standards of safety and performance. Due to the extreme height of many Sprinter vans, roof body repairs are common. European Collision Repair have specially built paint spray booths to assure looks and corrosion protection are restored. We also have commercial construction lifts to repair body and collision damage to Sprinter side panels and roof tops.
Trust European Collision Center to repair your Sprinters body damage back to pre-accident condition.