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I'm trying to find out which MH's other than Hymer use Merc sprinter chassis.

Any info would be greatly appreciated in particular any 4x4 Sprinter info

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Have a look at this. Two versions on Sprinter 4x4 chassis: LEV for 'light duty' off-road and Xpedition for serious Overland stuff. I think the prices are around €150k plus extras. But then they are cheaper than a Unicat based on a Merc Unimog!

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JeanLuc said:
Have a look at this. Two versions on Sprinter 4x4 chassis: LEV for 'light duty' off-road and Xpedition for serious Overland stuff. I think the prices are around €150k plus extras. But then they are cheaper than a Unicat based on a Merc Unimog!

Philip

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Thanks Philip

Thats some RV but a little more 4x4 than I want :p

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Wupert said:
I'm trying to find out which MH's other than Hymer use Merc sprinter chassis.
Any info would be greatly appreciated in particular any 4x4 Sprinter info
Cheers
Wups
Lots to choose from in Germany but often at a price. Are you looking for a coach built, panel-van conversion or a box on the back.

James Cook -Westfalia do a panel van conversion and I've seen 4x4 versions.

La Strada do a panel van conversion but not 4x4 as far as I know.

Here's a coachbuilt 4x4:
Weinsberg Light Expedition Vehicle

cs-reisemobile do a number of models and will do a 4x4 version if requested - they sold a demo recently.

HRZ-Reisemobile also do PVC and 4x4's - there are some older ones on their site and if you let their opening slide show play some are shown.

There are many German companies that will build a purpose-built box on the back of a Sprinter but your starting to get over 100,000 euros. and into the Expedition Vehicle range.

Sprinters have a factory 4x4 or a more advanced system from approved are converters like Iglhaut

Iglhaut Sprinters

more here

Woelcke

and here
seitz

Excluding 4x4 I'm sure many of the main manufacturers like Rapido will do a Sprinter-based coach built:

Rapido A-Class

in the UK I think Murvi will doa PVC.

:)
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Medallionman said:
Not 4x4, but Auto-sleeper/Marquis County Range
Brian
Brill guys

I've been googling like mad for a few weeks and its quite difficult to find which makers use the Merc chassis

You have already made my task easier

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Cathargo Opus range on the 5 tonne Sprinter
Concorde made some as well.
Murvi also build on the medium wheelbase Sprinter

The 4X4 market is far more bespoke though.

Which river did you plan to cross with it?

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Cathargo Opus range on the 5 tonne Sprinter
Concorde made some as well.
Murvi also build on the medium wheelbase Sprinter

The 4X4 market is far more bespoke though.

Which river did you plan to cross with it?

C.
Cheers Clive

I'm going to practice on the Taff then venture via the Severn into wild country :D

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Wupert said:
I'm trying to find out which MH's other than Hymer use Merc sprinter chassis.
Any info would be greatly appreciated in particular any 4x4 Sprinter info
Cheers
Wups
Lots to choose from in Germany but often at a price. Are you looking for a coach built, panel-van conversion or a box on the back.

James Cook -Westfalia do a panel van conversion and I've seen 4x4 versions.

La Strada do a panel van conversion but not 4x4 as far as I know.

Here's a coachbuilt 4x4:
Weinsberg Light Expedition Vehicle

cs-reisemobile do a number of models and will do a 4x4 version if requested - they sold a demo recently.

HRZ-Reisemobile also do PVC and 4x4's - there are some older ones on their site and if you let their opening slide show play some are shown.

There are many German companies that will build a purpose-built box on the back of a Sprinter but your starting to get over 100,000 euros. and into the Expedition Vehicle range.

Sprinters have a factory 4x4 or a more advanced system from approved are converters like Iglhaut

Iglhaut Sprinters

more here

Woelcke

and here
seitz

Excluding 4x4 I'm sure many of the main manufacturers like Rapido will do a Sprinter-based coach built:

Rapido A-Class

in the UK I think Murvi will doa PVC.

:)
Keith
Excellent and Informative post. thanks.
 
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