Driving dynamics & economy. The Sprinter is worth it.

Success needs a powerful drive.

Engines for the future with low consumption. 

The engines are based on the most recent technologies and equally contribute to the vehicle's overall cost-efficiency as do its reliable quality and stable resale value: thanks to the advanced 4-cylinder OM651 diesel engine in three output bands and the superior OM642 V6 diesel engine the Sprinter sets benchmarks in terms of economic efficiency and sustainability. With the OM651 featuring Euro VI emission standard components and the BlueEFFICIENCY package Plus you can achieve consumption figures as low as 6.3 litres [1] per 100 km.

The BlueTEC engines available for the Sprinter are convincing solutions, in both economic and ecological terms: thanks to SCR diesel technology (Selective Catalytic Reduction) the Sprinter meets Euro 6/Euro VI emission standards. This method reduces NOx emissions [2]. The exhaust gas passes through a catalytic converter and nitrogen oxide is converted to nitrogen and water using the water-based AdBlue® additive.


An overview of Sprinter engines:

  • Frugal 4-cylinder CDI diesel engine with outputs of 84 kW, 105 kW and 120 kW
  • V6 diesel engine with an output of 140 kW
  • Frugal 4-cylinder petrol engine with an output of 115 kW
  • Natural Gas Technology with a choice between single-fuel natural gas drive and bi-fuel natural gas and petrol-engine drive

A clean affair. Natural-gas drive system.

[1] For the Sprinter 214/314 CDI panel van with BlueEFFICIENCY package Plus in conjunction with 6-speed manual transmission and commercial vehicle registration (N1). Fuel consumption urban/extra-urban/combined: 7.7/6.5-6.4/7.0-6.9l/100 km; CO2 emissions combined: 182-180 g/km

For the Sprinter 214/314 CDI panel van with BlueEFFICIENCY package Plus in conjunction with 6-speed manual transmission and passenger car registration (M1). Fuel consumption urban/extra-urban/combined: 7.4/5.7/6.3 l/100km; CO2 emissions combined: 165 g/km; Efficiency class: A

[2] Nitrogen oxides (NOx) include nitrogen monoxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).