Dodge Sprinter Wagon Models and Sprinter Wagon History
New and Used Sprinter Wagon Prices, Dodge Sprinter Wagon Model Years and History
One of the most notable additions to the Dodge brand following the merger between Daimler-Benz and Chrysler Corporation in 1998 came with a new full-sized van in 2003. Replacing the long-running Dodge Ram Wagon, DaimlerChrysler extracted from their existing European vehicle portfolio with a vehicle called the Sprinter. Sold with Mercedes-Benz badging in Europe, the van was branded the Dodge Sprinter in North America. The 2003 Dodge Sprinter Wagon was the passenger version of the full-sized van capable of holding up to 10 occupants. Available in three different wheelbase lengths, the Sprinter Wagon could also be selected with a high roof option. A 2.7-liter diesel powerplant was incorporated as the standard engine at introduction. Largely unchanged from 2003 to 2006, a new generation 2007 Dodge Sprinter Wagon received a reworked exterior look, a new 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel as a base engine and the choice of either a 144-inch or 170-inch wheelbase length. An optional 3.5-liter V-6 gasoline engine was also added to the 2007 Sprinter Wagon providing 254 horsepower to the van. Official maximum passenger capacity for the Dodge Sprinter Wagon grew to 12 in 2008 that included a new emergency exit window system. The entire Dodge Sprinter lineup was discontinued in 2009 shortly following the dissolve of DaimlerChrysler.