Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
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2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

Pros

  • Mercedes-Benz craftsmanship
  • available high- and low-range 4x4 drivetrain
  • unmatched interior size with walk-through cabin
  • variety of body styles
  • relatively maneuverable
  • huge number of features.

Cons

  • Mercedes-Benz price tag
  • feels winded at highway speeds.

Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for Sale

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2015 2500 144 WB Passenger 3dr Van (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A)
67,350 miles
Used 2015
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2500 144 WB Passenger
Autoleader
47.6 mi away
List$32,990
Est.Loan: $601/mo
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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2015 2500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Ext Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A)
231 miles
Used 2015
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2500 170 WB Cargo
List$55,500
Est.Loan: $1,010/mo
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Dealer Notes
Artic White 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 Cargo 170 WB Extended REFRIGERATED CARGO RWD 5-Speed Automatic 3.0L V6 DOHC Turbodiesel Reviews: * Swift and smooth acceleration; whisper-quiet interior; easy-to-use regenerative braking; attentiveness monitoring system that warns drivers when they exhibit signs of drowsiness behind the wheel; a nice palette of options. Source: Edmunds
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2015 2500 144 WB Cargo 3dr Van (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A)
47,363 miles
Used 2015
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2500 144 WB Cargo
List$31,205
Est.Loan: $568/mo
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Trailer Package, Long Wheel Base 1 Owner 100% Car Fax Guaranteed! New Tires Pa. State inspected and Serviced. FINANCING IS AVAILABLE!
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2015 2500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Ext Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A)
48,909 miles
Used 2015
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
2500 170 WB Cargo
List$75,995
Est.Loan: $1,383/mo
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Dealer Notes
ABS brakes, Electronic Stability Control, Illuminated entry, Low tire pressure warning, Remote keyless entry, Traction control. Black 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 Cargo 170 WB High Roof Luxury Limousine RWD 7-Speed Automatic V6 Reviews: * Swift and smooth acceleration; whisper-quiet interior; easy-to-use regenerative braking; attentiveness monitoring system that warns drivers when they exhibit signs of drowsiness behind the wheel; a nice palette of options. Source: Edmunds

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Edmunds' Expert Review

Though pricier than its rivals, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is nonetheless the most spacious and refined full-size van available for commercial users.

vehicle overview

Buying a Mercedes-Benz for your commercial van needs strike some as a tad excessive, like gold-plating a hammer or adding Dakota leather seats to a forklift. Yet, outside North America, Mercedes makes all sorts of commercial vehicles, buses and trucks included. Of course, there's also the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter full-size passenger and cargo van. Yes, it's a bit more expensive than rival vans, but then the Sprinter is also capable of doing the job better.

Depending on your needs, the 2015 Sprinter can be purchased as a cargo van with the ability to tow nearly 4 tons, or a passenger van that can seat up to 12 passengers via four rows of seating. In 2015, there are a few noteworthy additions: four-wheel drive and a Super High Roof option for cargo vans. The four-wheel drive is an exclusive in the van segment, with an available high-only or high- and low-range drivetrain, for those times when your work van needs to tackle a muddy job site. The Super High Roof is just that: super high. On the outside, the Sprinter with the Super High Roof stands taller than 10 feet, which equates to 7 feet of interior vertical space. Finally, a plumber's van suitable enough for Pao Gasol.

Storage space is another key area where the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter leads the pack. With the Super High Roof and the optional long wheelbase, the Sprinter has a rather incredible maximum storage capacity of 586 cubic feet. And, depending on whether you go with the four- or six-cylinder engine, there's a high payload capacity as well: up to approximately 5,500 pounds when properly equipped.

It's not all about capability, either. The Sprinter is easier to maneuver in tight quarters than old-school vans, while its diesel engine should deliver superior fuel economy. And while you won't find the carbon fiber and fancy leather that are in Mercedes' cars and SUVs, the Sprinter does have higher build quality than most rivals.

As you might expect with leading capability and quality though, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter comes at a higher price than most rivals, and it's worth considering the competition. The 2015 Ford Transit and 2015 Ram ProMaster are both viable alternatives to the Sprinter, with good on-road manners and large cargo capacities of their own (even if they do fall well short of the Sprinter's best). The 2015 Nissan NV is also worth a look as prices are significantly lower to start, and there's an available V8 engine that boasts a towing capacity near 10,000 pounds. But even if there are more economical choices available, our favorite van for refinement, versatility and all-around capability is the 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

Trim levels & features

The 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a full-size van available in multiple configurations. The Cargo Van matches two front seats to an empty cargo bay, while the Crew Van essentially adds a three-place rear bench seat to the Cargo Van, raising seating capacity to five. The Passenger Van accommodates up to 12 passengers across its four-row seating. Both are available in two wheelbases and two roof heights (standard and High), with a third (Super High) available on the Cargo Van.

The Cargo Van offers standard and extended-length body styles in 2500 or 3500 configuration. The 2500 can be had with the standard, High and Super High Roof while the 3500 is only available with High Roof and Super High Roof configurations.

Standard equipment on the Cargo Van includes 16-inch steel wheels, hill-start assist, a passenger-side sliding rear door, a wood cargo floor, 270-degree-opening rear doors, air-conditioning, a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel and a five-speaker sound system with an auxiliary audio jack and a USB port.

The Crew Van (available only in 2500 configuration) gets the same standard equipment but adds a second-row bench seat and added adjacent side windows. The Passenger Van (also only available in 2500 configuration) is similar, but features three rows of rear seats, rear interior trim, tinted rear windows and eight rear speakers.

The options list for each is lengthy, but highlights include 16-inch alloy wheels, a driver-side sliding rear door, a heavy-duty suspension, front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, bi-xenon headlights, a variety of high-tech driver safety aids (see Safety section), automatic headlights and wipers, a heated windshield, heated power mirrors, foglights, cruise control, heated front seats, a navigation system and different front seat designs.

Cargo and Crew Vans can be equipped with driver-compartment bulkheads, a roof fan, a fixed rear sunroof, roof rack mounting rails and various interior storage options. The Passenger Van can be equipped with a rear heater, rear air-conditioning and rear window wipers. Many of these optional items are available within packages as well.

2015 Highlights

For 2015, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter gets an optional Super High Roof that allows for more than 7 feet of interior headroom. Also added is an available low- or high-range four-wheel-drive system for Sprinters equipped with the optional V6 engine.

Performance & mpg

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is powered by a choice of two engines. The first is a turbocharged 2.1-liter four-cylinder diesel generating 161 horsepower and 265 pound-feet of torque. A seven-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive are standard.

The second available engine is a turbocharged 3.0-liter diesel V6 rated at 188 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. It is paired with a five-speed automatic transmission and comes standard with rear-wheel drive. Four-wheel drive with either a high-range or high-and-low-range transfer case is also available. There are no EPA fuel economy estimates available, but given the efficiency of diesel engines, expect the Sprinter to achieve significantly better mileage than competitors with gasoline engines.

Properly equipped and regardless of engine, a Sprinter 2500 can tow up to 5,000 pounds and a 3500 can tow up to 7,500 pounds. The Sprinter's payload is similarly impressive. The 2500 Cargo Van is rated from 2,973 pounds to 3,513 pounds, depending on body configuration. The 3500, meanwhile, ranges from 3,895 to 5,585 pounds.

Safety

Every 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter comes standard with stability and traction control, front airbags and rollover mitigation. Also standard on single-rear wheel Sprinters is Crosswind Assist, which uses targeted braking at speeds above 50 mph for extra stability control.

Optional safety features include a driver-side airbag, driver- and front passenger-side airbags packaged together, front side curtain airbags, front and rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, a blind-spot warning system, lane keeping assist and a frontal collision warning system that can also prime the brakes for maximum effectiveness if an imminent collision is detected.

Driving

There's no escaping the sheer size of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, especially when configured to its maximum size: more than 24 feet long and 10 feet high. In spite of its tour-buslike dimensions and layout, the Sprinter travels well, with its huge windshield and snub nose front end. A manageable carlike driving position and impressive handling make the Mercedes van pleasant and surprisingly maneuverable around town.

We've yet to drive a Sprinter with the new diesel-powered four-cylinder engine or with the optional four-wheel drive available with the bigger V6 engine. But given that this van sometimes struggles to keep up on the highway with the V6 and two-wheel drive, it's safe to say that speedy acceleration isn't a priority here. Indeed, "Sprinter" is an oxymoron. If you require more highway aptitude along with massive interior space, the Nissan NV is a good alternative but the four-wheel-drive option for the Sprinter really makes it stand out in the class as the most capable van for poor weather conditions.

Interior

While it is made by Mercedes-Benz, the 2015 Sprinter isn't exactly a paragon of luxury and opulence. That said, build quality is better than other full-size vans and it certainly feels modern. A tilt-and-telescoping steering column and different front-seat styles with multiple adjustments ensure ample driver comfort, while the modern control layout feels more like a midsize SUV than a utilitarian van. Buttons and knobs are a bit basic, but functional and easy to use.

With the standard 144-inch wheelbase and the standard roof height, the Sprinter's maximum cargo capacity is 319 cubic feet. However, in its largest configuration (the 170-inch wheelbase with the Super High Roof), the Sprinter cargo van has a maximum storage capacity of 586 cubic feet. The largest Ford Transit can hold 487 cubes, while the ProMaster Cargo offers 4 cubes. The Sprinter's 51-inch sliding door and 20-inch step-in height also make climbing inside incredibly easy, be it cargo or passenger van.

While the standard roof height on the Sprinter is about class-average at 65 inches, the High Roof option raises the ceiling to 78.2 inches. As if that weren't tall enough, there's now a Super High Roof option that raises it to 84.3 inches. That's more than 7 feet of interior height, and more than enough to be the segment leader.


Consumer reviews

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High price to pay for annoyance
Gary Lorenzen,12/07/2015
I got this to replace the 3500 express van. I needed a reliable flexible unit. What a joke. You can't take the rear seat out unless you visit the dealer; if you take out the middle seats it requires two people and one of them had better be quite healthy. And watch the floor if the seat hits it or gets dragged across it the vinyl gets peeled up or cut (no carpeting). A padded door armrest would have bee nice, but most vans don't have these now a days. All the interior panels rattle when chilly outside and reach a horrendous crescendo when cold. The brakes squeal so bad people cover their ears and wince when you use them lightly. Dealers recommendation step on the brakes harder. The transmission has a mind of its own; 25 mph in a small town it won't shift until you speed to get the revs over 3000 then up shifts 3 times and then down shifts and up shifts until it gets to where it should have been in the first place (I was told this was normal...right). DEF issues are normal for this unit - 3 tries and 20 days in the shop before I could travel any distance (200 miles). Speaking of DEF problems the start countdown can not be trusted. The DEF warning goes from 13 to 5 or where ever it wants to stop. Dealers recommendation/warning "don't shut off the van". Starting issues at times (usually inconvenient). It won't start unless you keep cycling the key back and forth (hot-cold- first start- multiple starts, just whenever). No plug in for cold weather, the Sprinter needs to be parked in a garage. Bonus: keep the Sprinter in its' own house when cold and snowy and the windows will work (for a while). The top speed is limited to 78 mph, our speed limit is 80 mph. Mercedes answer "who needs to go faster than 78". I paid thousands more for less reliability and only 3 more miles to the gallon. On a plus side the seats, heated mirrors, and cruise control (when not windy) are great. If it gets a it too windy the cruise control shuts off. Basically count on this van costing you about $2.25 per mile just to pay for the thing. Got rid of it with only 9500 miles on the odometer, lost 20k in cash and damaged reputation of not being able to make it when needed. Reputation was salvaged a bit later (thanks Penske). Corporate really doesn't care and one rep kind of chuckled at my dilemma. No wonder FedEx is starting to use Transits; which is what I finally did, and am totally happy with it.
Piece of garbage on wheels... Or worse$$$$$$
John Paul Daley II,09/18/2015
When I bought my 2015 4x4 Sprinter, I thought it was going to be amazing. By the third day I realized I had made a mistake. The van had a very bad noise coming from the back. It got worse, then the roof leaked. I had to drive it 4 hours to the nearest dealer to get it fixed and I had not even gotten it home yet. I fought with them over a rental as it was less than a week old. Took 14 days to fix while I was stranded and unable to work. the fix's didn't work and I entered into a months long battle to get repairs done. Ultimately the Van spent most of the first 90 days in the shop with no loaner. It is legally a lemon and MB USA agreed to buy it back but that was months ago and they have said nothing since. The people who work at Corporate have no integrity to their word and they refuse to put anything in writing. I paid 55K for a van I have not been able to use. When I did use it, for it's intended purpose cross country trips I was able to get just shy of 20K on the van before the power steering went out on a mountain Switchback. That put it back in the shop for more than a month and they have no explanation for how the hose came loose, and after more than 10K in parts and expenses working on the vibration/noise from the suspension, they come to the conclusion it is "natural harmonics" of the van. Again, not fixed, and still vibrating and no explanation for how a clamped and secure hose came off. The dealers have drank the kool aid and will lie and back up the Manufacturer on the record. Off the record they say the guys in Germany are a bunch of jerks who won't listen and treat the mechanics Like idiots who can't get it. After being out the van so long and having such horrendous support from both the dealers and the manufacturer, I would not recommend the van. when the first few months of ownership are so bad, you would think they would want it off the road and out of your hands so as to not prove just how bad it really is. Instead, they sent me a letter saying they are going to buy it back and then did nothing. Lawyers have told me they will drag this out as long as they can to save money since their attorneys are staff and they outsource the buyback process to a third party who is commissioned by giving you the lowest price they think they can. In other words they are paid to screw you, Literally. Google highest award lemon lawsuit in history Mercedes or impartial services group. When you sum this up, it's poorly manufactured and they can't fix the problem. Even worse is europeans from sprinter chat rooms are contacting me saying they have the same problems and want to know if I found a solution. They don't love the "natural Harmonics" answer. Worse is the popularity of the ford is killing resale value so I can't even sell it for a fair price and it is a few months old. Best offer is 15K less than I paid for it. 4 months old and a 15K discount.. Pretty Sad. Update: 15k spent and 4x4 still not fixed. Mercedes sent me a buyout offer of 4K to go away knowing the new transfer case that should have been put in before the warranty expires was 6K. The power steering hose is a serious and common problem. There is no known cause. Furthermore many are reporting that biodiesel rots the fuel system and costs 6K+ in repairs. My first instance of biodiesel in Illinois caused sensor failure in the fuel system. That was another three days for repairs and I had to wait a week to get into a dealer since they were so backed up. The catalytic converters gum up and go bad and that is another 6k repair. Lots of people pissed about this. The antenna has been fixed 4 times. It is a bad design and a pain in the but to deal with. The only tech who seemed to know his stuff in the whole country is a Brit who worked on them in the uk. He is in Colorado and even he could not fix my van completely. He fixed two things and something else went wrong. The dealer support nationwide is a joke. Very few trained technicians and lots of people learning on your dime. Parts take weeks to months to get in and down time is unacceptable. I was recently in an accident and while I appreciate walking away from a sub 40 mile an hour collision, the van will be totaled because of the way it was constructed and the cost and lead time on parts. After such a terrible ownership experience, it is a fitting end. Do not buy this Van. Especially considering the the 2018 will be a fully new model with a different engine and no carry over. Meaning they are not investing in improving this model and its parts. I can go on and on about how bad this is in reality. You can google it. The best article yet came from an expeditor company whose CEO bashed the van after years of unacceptable problems failed to get resolved. Google "the fatal flaw of Mercedes Benz sprinters" linked in. I had read many negative reviews about the sprinter before I bought it. The size and 4x4 capabilities made me overlook it. It bankrupted my transportation business in 90 days. I
Piece a crap not a van, Not reliable
Stan,03/31/2016
Braking down all the time. i have 30 k and first engine light 8 k they replaced engine and gas paddle wiring connectors, 17 k was driving without power barely making 45mph on freeway for the whole month, replaced water pump and thermostat, now both rear doors holders a not working, Bluetooth stop working at 4.5 k what can i say STAY A WAY AS FAR AS POSSIBLE!!! U buying new car for one reason:( so u hoping drive 100 k without problems).
Sprinter 4x4 Family Hauler
Eric Hibma,01/17/2016
We sold our 2012 Mercedes Sprinter, which we loved, for a 2015 Sprinter 4x4. We needed the 4x4 as we live on a hill that gets icy and snowy in the winter. With 2wd there is so much torque coming from the turbodiesel that even with Blizzak snow tires we had trouble getting out. With the 4x4 this is a true go-anywhere vehicle! By the way, this is a 6 cylinder model, but Edmunds would give that option for writing the review. The 4x4 (which is actually an AWD system that can be engaged or disengaged) is only available with the 6 cyl engine. We have 8 children, so our family vehicle options are very limited. We drove Chevy express vans and they were horrible! This is the best van available for this size family. It is definitely far from perfect, but still the best available. Update 4/2016: We just completed another trip from Michigan to Alabama and had to leave with a freak April snow storm. We had 3 hours of pure ice highways to contend with and had to leave the 4x4/AWD system engaged on the highway all the way south to Indianapolis. It worked great even when having to pass in the ice and snow and held the van stable even though our snow tires are put away for the season. 4/2017 update. 34,000 miles in and the van has been great. Had a failure of the auxiliary heaters that was thankfully repaired under warranty, otherwise would have cost a couple thousand dollars. We still love it! We just went to IKEA and could haul everything without having to take out any seats. Pros: -strong, efficient motor -4x4!! -each seat has a head rest -rubber flooring that is easy to clean -comfortable impact-absorbing front seats. -the HID headlights are wonderful for night visibility -heats up quickly in the winter with the auxiliary heater. With the roof height it is ideal for getting the kids' coats off and buckled in their car seats -the crosswind assist is definitely a nice feature that has made driving this on the highway much nicer compared to our 2012 model. -decent towing capacity -good backup camera -great side mirrors with blind spot mirrors. -pass-through cabin so that a parent can get back and forth to help the kids on trips. -finally a USB connection so I can plug in my iphone -excellent gas mileage for such a large vehicle -excellent storage capacity inside the van. Carry-on luggage items fit under the seats! -You can slide large items all the way through the van under the seats (I did have to build a divider to keep our groceries from sliding all the way to the front of the van, but I love that I can fit lumber along the floor of the van even with all the kids loaded up) Cons: -the 4x4 system is quite an antiquated system. When engaged it is awesome, but very hard to get engaged unless the van is on level ground. You need to be going less than 5mph while moving before it can engage (no on-the-fly engaging really). Once engaged this is awesome and we even took this off roading to one of our favorite hikes. It made it through some incredible ruts and washouts that I was not expecting. -the brakes squeal (our 2012 model had the same issue). It is intermittent and not terrible, but still annoying. -only one intermittent setting for the wipers which is just dumb. -there are some rattles as we go down our dirt road. It sounds like a cargo van at times on our dirt road, but still much better than the Chevy did. -radio and sound quality are so-so. Better than the 2012 model. -a very sensitive traction control system. Trying to go through deep snow the van's computer wants to apply the brakes to avoid even the slightest wiggle from the rear end. I want to keep up my speed and maintain forward progress and have to fight the van to go in deep snow sometimes. Now with 4x4 this is much better, and not really an issue any more unless I leave the van in 2wd. Even when turning off traction control if there is rear slippage it will automatically re-engage. This is horribly annoying. -no automatic headlights -I still cannot remove the last row of seating, which is the one you would want to remove the most. The first 2 rows of passenger seating is easily removable with 2 people. The seats are heavy, but they come out through the large slider door well. -we have had intermittent issues of the slider door mechanism freezing in severe cold here in Michigan. It is easy to correct, but it seems like that could be improved. -dealerships are often far away unless you live in a city. The nearest dealerships to us are 1-2.5 hrs away. Update 4/2018: we had failure of the second auxiliary heater and won’t be replacing that as it is no longer under warranty. We have had 2 check engine codes that were due to faulty sensors and repaired under warranty in the past 4 months. We still love this van. I wish they had a 15 passenger version of a sprinter 4x4!
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Features & Specs

MPG
N/A city / N/A hwy
Seats 2
7-speed shiftable automatic
Diesel
161 hp @ 3800 rpm
MPG
N/A city / N/A hwy
Seats 2
7-speed shiftable automatic
Diesel
161 hp @ 3800 rpm
MPG
N/A city / N/A hwy
Seats 12
7-speed shiftable automatic
Diesel
161 hp @ 3800 rpm
MPG
N/A city / N/A hwy
Seats 5
7-speed shiftable automatic
Diesel
161 hp @ 3800 rpm
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The Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is offered in the following submodels: Sprinter Van. Available styles include 2500 144 WB Cargo 3dr Van (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Ext Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 144 WB Passenger 3dr Van (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 144 WB Crew 3dr Van (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 170 WB Passenger 3dr Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 170 WB Crew 3dr Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 3500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 2500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), 3500 170 WB Cargo 3dr Ext Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A), and 3500 144 WB Cargo 3dr Van w/High Roof (2.1L 4cyl Turbodiesel 7A).

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Price comparisons for Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter trim styles:

  • The Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 170 WB Cargo is priced between $55,500 and$75,995 with odometer readings between 231 and48909 miles.
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  • The Used 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500 144 WB Passenger is priced between $32,990 and$32,990 with odometer readings between 67350 and67350 miles.

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Should I lease or buy a 2015 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter?

Is it better to lease or buy a car? Ask most people and they'll probably tell you that car buying is the way to go. And from a financial perspective, it's true, provided you're willing to make higher monthly payments, pay off the loan in full and keep the car for a few years. Leasing, on the other hand, can be a less expensive option on a month-to-month basis. It's also good if you're someone who likes to drive a new car every three years or so.

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