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Dodge Announces Pricing for All-New 2007 Sprinter

February 20, 2007

AUBURN HILLS, MI – Dodge continues to build on its presence in the commercial vehicle market with the all-new, super-sized Sprinter. Compared to the previous model, the all-new 2007 Dodge Sprinter features increased width (2inches), interior height (11 inches), exterior height (13 inches), cargo area length (19 inches), vehicle length (30 inches), cargo volume (127 cu. ft.), and towing capacity (2,500 lbs.). Sprinter is available in three vehicle lengths (233, 273, and 289 inches) on two new wheelbases of 144 inches or 170 inches or 170 inches extended with a 15-inch longer rear overhang. It also includes three interior roof height options: standard (65 inches), high (76 inches), and new mega (84 inches).Powered by a choice of two all-new engines, a 3.0L V-6 diesel engine with 154 horsepower or 3.5L V-6 gas engine with 254 horsepower, three different Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) configurations are offered, including a new higher maximum GVWR up to 11,030 lbs. for cargo vans and chassis cabs. With increased best-in-class interior height (up to 84 inches), both cargo and passenger high-roof models provide up to 7 feet of interior work space.New standard features include power windows and locks, integrated wide-angle mirrors, halogen headlamps, 16-inch wheels, tilt- and height-adjustable steering wheel, CD radio, one-touch triple-flash function turn signals, and all-new Adaptive ESP for improved functionality and safety capability. Adaptive ESP takes into account the way the Sprinter is loaded. Sensors ascertain the vehicle mass, which ultimately determines the vehicle’s center of gravity.All 2007 Dodge Sprinter cargo vans utilize a cargo protection load-securing and lashing rail system, allowing straps to be attached at multiple locations for enhanced cargo and passenger protection.Production of the all-new 2007 Dodge Sprinter takes place in Dusseldorf and Ludwigsfelde, Germany, with final assembly (cargo vans) in Ladson, S.C.Base Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices (MSRP) for all-new 2007 Dodge Sprinter models are as follows:

  • 2007 Sprinter Chassis Cab: $30,950.
  • 2007 Sprinter Cargo Van: $31,290.
  • 2007 Sprinter Passenger Van: $33,490.

    All prices include $980 for destination. Following are prices for the 2007 Dodge Sprinter Cargo Van:

  • Sprinter Cargo 144” Standard Roof Gas: $31,290.
  • Sprinter Cargo 144” Standard Roof Diesel: $33,130.
  • Sprinter Cargo 144” High Roof Gas: $33,090.
  • Sprinter Cargo 144” High Roof Diesel: $34,930.
  • Sprinter Cargo 170” High Roof Gas: $35,495.
  • Sprinter Cargo 170” High Roof Diesel: $37,335.
  • Sprinter Cargo 170” Extended High Roof Diesel: $38,035.
  • Sprinter Cargo 170” Mega Roof Diesel: $39,135.

    (Prices for 8,550 lbs. GVWR)

    Following are prices for the 2007 Dodge Sprinter Passenger Van:

  • Sprinter Passenger 144” Standard Roof Gas: $33,490.
  • Sprinter Passenger 144” Standard Roof Diesel: $35,330.
  • Sprinter Passenger 144” High Roof Gas: $35,290.
  • Sprinter Passenger 144” High Roof Diesel: $37,130.
  • Sprinter Passenger 170” High Roof Gas: $37,715.
  • Sprinter Passenger 170” High Roof Diesel: $39,555.

    Prices for 8,550 lbs. GVWR)

    Following are prices for the 2007 Dodge Sprinter Chassis Cab:

  • Sprinter Chassis Cab 144” Standard Roof Diesel: $30,950.
  • Sprinter Chassis Cab 170” Standard Roof Diesel: $31,530.

    (Prices for 11,030 GVWR)

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