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Parts & Accessories For 2000-2021 Mercedes Sprinter Vans with 2.7 & 3.0 Engines

The first generation of diesel-powered Sprinter Vans were introduced into the North American market for the 2000 model year. Initially only offered as a Mercedes-Benz, in 2001 it was also sold as a Freightliner. In 2003, Dodge began to offer the Sprinter as well, serving as a replacement to the outdated Ram Van. The Sprinter Van was a multipurpose light-duty commercial vehicle used in Europe and the North American market. One of the main functions of the Sprinter was transporting cargo for contractors or shipping companies. These vans also had multiple variants designed for carrying passengers for commercial or personal use. Another popular conversion of these commercial vehicles was as recreational vehicles or campervans for camping and cross-country travel.


The first generation of Sprinter Vans were powered by the 2.7L OM612/OM647 engine. This was a 5-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine manufactured by Mercedes. The 2.7L OM612/OM647 engine had a durable foundation of a cast-iron block with an aluminum cylinder head. Like most modern diesel engines, the 2.7L utilized a high-pressure common-rail fuel system. The Bosch injection pump and fuel injectors delivered superior fuel efficiency compared to gasoline engine options. Fitted to this engine was a Garrett variable-geometry turbocharger that was designed to provide improved throttle response while reducing emissions. To further reduce emissions the 2.7L employed an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system and a diesel particulate filter (DPF). A stock Sprinter van powered by the 2.7L diesel engine was rated at 154 hp and 243 lb-ft of torque. After the 2005 model year the 2.7L diesel engine was replaced by the 3.0L V6.


In 2006 the second generation of Sprinter vans was introduced and featured a brand-new turbocharged diesel engine. The 3.0L V6 OM642 Mercedes engine had a lightweight and durable foundation of a cast-aluminum block with aluminum cylinder heads. Mercedes continued to employ a Bosch common-rail fuel system for optimal fuel efficiency. The injection pump was capable of producing 23,000 PSI of rail pressure that fed the piezo-electric fuel injectors. Fitted to the 3.0L V6 engine was a Garrett GT2056VK variable-geometry turbocharger (VGT). To meet increased emission regulations, this engine integrated an EGR system, a DPF, and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. Utilizing the 3.0L V6 in Sprinter vans delivered improved performance over the previous generation 5-cylinder diesel engine. A stock 3.0L diesel engine was rated at 188 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. Mercedes continues to improve their diesel engines to improve power output and meet EPA emission standards.

Whether you use your Sprinter Van for work or leisure, XDP carries a large selection of parts to improve ride quality, from suspension enhancements to interior accessories. XDP supports the 2.7L OM612/OM647 and the 3.0L V6 OM642 engine with parts and accessories from hundreds of the top manufacturers. Maintain factory performance with stock replacement engine components including high-pressure injection pumps, fuel injectors, and turbochargers available at XDP. XDP is your one-stop-shop for everything to keep your 2000-2021 Mercedes 2.7L/3.0L performing its best.


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