American Coach Sales Debuts Smaller Mercedes Benz Sprinter Limousine
The “Metropolitan” Limousine to be Showcased at NFDA Convention
Cleveland, OH, August 26, 2015: American Coach Sales will exhibit a new Mercedes Benz Sprinter Limousine model at the 2015 NFDA show. The new design incorporates the same aesthetic, economical and environmentally friendly features as its larger counterpart, only in a smaller footprint.
“Over the past four to five years, as the Mercedes Benz Sprinter Limousine has been integrated into the funeral profession, two major reservations have surfaced about the size of the vehicle; the inability to park the vehicle in typical garages and also under building porticos,” commented Bob Mazzarella, President of American Coach Sales. “This new limousine can comfortably carry nine passengers in its roomy interior and still fit in standard garages and beneath porticos.”
The vehicle was aptly named, “Metropolitan” for its ability to be utilized in metropolitan areas space is a premium. The Mercedes Benz Metropolitan Sprinter Limousine’s compact design is well suited for funeral homes located in urban areas. This is especially true for firms in the Northeast.
Every Mercedes Benz model in the Sprinter Limousine line provides a flexible solution to many family transport situations thanks to its spacious interior and intelligent design. Many funeral homes have adopted the Sprinter Limousine to accommodate not only the large families that they serve, but for its adaptability of use within their communities.
“Funeral directors continue to purchase the larger Mercedes Benz Sprinter limousine model,” Mazzarella commented. “I have one customer who recently traded in four of his 6-passenger limousines for two 12-passenger Sprinters for the additional versatility of the Mercedes.”
Among the many features and enhancements the MB Sprinter model offers are:
- Mercedes quality engineering throughout
- A selection of elegant appointments available
- Spacious interior with comfortable seating for 9 or 12
- Interior space versatility for a number of usage occasions
Equally as important as the features listed above is driver safety. Every Sprinter limousine features a spacious driver’s cab and comfortable seats.
“We had tremendous interest and sales activity on all the Sprinter models at the recent NFD&MA Convention in St. Louis,” stated Mazzarella. “Given the product line’s stylish appointments and roomy interior, as well as the new smaller size, we expect the same level of interest for the MB Sprinter vehicles at the NFDA Convention as funeral directors continue to recognize the value and flexibility of serving families with the Mercedes Benz Sprinter Limousines.”
American Coach Sales continues to serve funeral directors and livery professionals as the Midwest dealer for Eagle Coach Company. In addition to new models, American Coach Sales also has a vast inventory of pre-owned limousines, hearses, first call cars and specialty vehicles like the Mercedes Sprinter. In addition, they are able to offer leasing and financing to their customers.
About American Coach Sales:
Located in Northeastern Ohio, American Coach Sales has specialized in the worldwide sale of new and pre-owned limousines, hearses, and first call cars for more than 50 years. For more information, please call Bob Mazzarella at 1-888-321-6613 or visit our website at www.americancoachsales.com.
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