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2016 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 Highroof

Mileage:33,888 mi Location:Santa Rosa, CA Color:White Price:$69,995

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Description

2016 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 19' Class B Motorhome. Mercedes Sprinter 6 Cylinder Diesel Engine. Sleeps 3, A/C Unit.

This popular brand offers a host of features you wouldn‘t expect to find in a class B motorhome. Not only does this coach deliver a full-featured RV experience, it does so with incredible fuel efficiency.

Step into this Sprinter 2500 Highroof by Mercedes! It's a virtual "home-away from-home" on wheels, fully loaded and equipped for short trips or lengthy vacations.

As you move into the main living area of this unit you will see a comfortable retreat filled with everything you need while traveling away from home.

The kitchen features a refrigerator, a two burner range, and a fridge/freezer.

There is also a rear queen size bed.

This sharp unit includes so much more!

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Additional Features:
Surround Sound
CD/Stereo
Smoke Detector
Backup Camera
Cruise Control
Customized Build
Aluminum Roof Rack with Ladder
3 Renogy 100W Monocrystalline Solar Panels
Maxx Air 10 speed fan
Bubinga Wood
Zebrawood Cabinets framed in Walnut
Renogy 2000 Watt Inverter
2 200AH Battery Bank AMG
Claro Walnut Slab Countertop
Dimmer Switch for Lighting
Blue Ridge Pine Ceiling
Passenger Swivel Chair
Small Dog House/Storage
Espar D2 12V Diesel Heater with High Altitude Kit
Isotherm 12V Fridge w/ Freezer Drawer

2016 SPRINTER VAN DETAILS
• Espar D2 Diesel Hater, under front passenger swivel seat. Heater is
tapped into diesel gas tank and can run with van turned off.
• High Altitude kit- when using the heater in higher elevation you will need
to flip the switch, to regulate pressure change.
• Battery jump start button- on the side of the drivers seat there is a red
button if the van dies press and hold button while starting van, this pulls
power from the battery bank under couch.
• Battery Isolator- The battery Isolator allows the alternator of the van to
charge the battery bank under the couch while driving.
• The battery is a Renogy 200AH AGM sealed batteries ran parallel for
400AH used on sail boats.
• Solar panels are Renogy monocrystalline. Three 100w panels ran
percale for 300W of solar.
• Renogy Battery monitor.
• Renogy Charge controller brings power in from the solar panels and
sends it to the battery bank to be stored.
• Blue Marien Fuse box
• Fuses and fuse wire in case of an overload.
• 2000 Renogy inverter with 2 USB plugs, and 4 normal 3 prong plugs
under couch.
• All wiring in the van is located in the top corner where the wall meets
roof on drivers‘ side and easy to get too.
• Refrigerator is a 12v Isotherm drawer fridge with small freezer.
• Dometick 2 burner sink combo with glass top. I chose to run this off
small green propane bottles, that people use for camping.
• MaxxAir fan 12-volt 10 speed directional.
• Water system runs on a 12-volt water pump, hooked into a 25g water
tank, with strainer and accumulator.
• Changeable water filter under sink, filters found at Home Depot or any
hardware store.
• This van does not have hot water, I did not want to deal with hooking up
and having a large water heater to take up space so for hot water I use
the flash heater/shower in the rear, boil water, or use the campgrounds
facilities.
• Hot water heater runs off small green propane bottles.
• Roof rack with ladder was custom made by Alumnus in San Diego.
• Suspension- Bilstein shocks in rear, Fox shocks up front.
• Front and rear sway bars. This changes the van to a stiffer safer ride on
mountain roads.
• Goodyear off-road tires. I have driven the van in the snow and never had
to use the tire chains. Van comes with tire chains.
• Front Cab window blackout covers
• Rear door black out covers
• Back up camera
• Front cab aluminum shelf
• Bluetooth speakers and amp hooked into battery bank.
• The van does not have RV hook ups, however when renting an RV
space there is a cable in the van that is ran from the RV hook ups
station and into the van, this way I could run house vans, and charge
gear on campsites power.
• Kitchen is made up of Claro Walnut countertop
• Knotty Pine doors, with deer antler handles
• Flip-out table is Claro Walnut
• Flip down Kitchen table for outside is Marine Varnished Maple Plywood
• Couch- Pine frame, Knotty Pine doors, sealed in Rhino Liner to reduce
foot scuffing, with stainless seal Marine latches, walnut finish frame.
Grey Sunbrella Fabric, over 2inch memory foam and 4-inch foam.
• Cabinets above couch- Knotty Pine, Walnut frame, Zebra wood doors,
with stainless steel latches.
• Roof- Blue Ridge pine, with 12v led lights
• Closet is Maple with canary wood and stainless-steel latches.
• Kitchen cabinets are Maple with Bubinga wood, and stainless-steel
latches as well as cabinets over bed.
• Bed is lined in plywood and walnut.
• Insolation and walls - Insolation is spray foam, denim, and polish board,
covered in 12m plastic, then sealed in with Marien grade plywood. Then
covered in pine cladding.
• Floors, pet proof blue pine floor.
• Garage has a bike tray (Wheels off) and room for storage and Nature‘s
head toilet or take toilet out and have more storage.
• The van can easily be remodeled if someone ever wanted to change
things around. All wiring is in top left corner, and everything is bolted or
screwed down to the walls and floor.


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