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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Safety Workshop - Rear Cross Traffic Alert

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Flexible, reliable and above all, safe: The new Sprinter, presented in 2018, embodies all these attributes to perfection. With the third generation of the iconic van, Mercedes-Benz Vans also underscores its role as an innovation driver and pioneer in the introduction of modern safety technologies in the large van segment. That's why the new Sprinter is also equipped with a whole range of optional safety and assistance systems which, until now, were reserved exclusively for Mercedes-Benz passenger car model series. Among them, the radar-based systems Distance Assist DISTRONIC, Active Brake Assist and Active Lane Keeping Assist. The optional Parking Package with 360-degree camera makes a further contribution towards relieving stress on the driver. Crosswind Assist is, of course, on board as standard, making driving considerably safer at higher speeds e.g. on motorways. Advanced safety and assistance systems play a particularly important role in the large van segment. Vehicles used for commercial purposes are often in daily use, cover great distances and, despite their comparatively large dimensions, must remain controllable even in difficult situations. In order to be optimally prepared for the various transport tasks and driving profiles, the safety and assistance systems in the new Sprinter have been technologically optimised. Evolution in comparison to the passenger car sector includes, for example, adaptation to vehicle dimensions, handling parameters and trip profiles in everyday fleet life.

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