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Sold - Mercedes Sprinter 2500 144' Campervan


Listed 10 months ago
Phoenix, Arizona

Seller's Description

2014 Mercedes Sprinter 2500 144’ RWD MILES: 122500 MPG: 20Mpg Highway ENGINE: DIESEL 3.0L V6 VIN:WD3PE7CC4E5853343 Tires: BFG ALL TERRAIN T/A KO2 (Rotated 6/23) Suspension Upgraded: Agile Off Road RIP Kit Plumbing: 15 Gallon fresh water tank. SeaFlo Water Pump 12V, 3.0GPM, 55PSI. SeaFlo Pressurized Accumulator Tank. Big daddy sink and Faucet. Drains into a grey water tank or out the bottom of the van. Additional Hose Connected to pump for outdoor use (Shower, gear cleaning) Electrical: 400AH LiOn Battery (Overkill Solar BMS) (<100 cycles) 2000W Inverter (3 AC outlets in Van) 400W Solar 2x MAXXair Fan (One is remote controlled, the other is not) Victron Solar Charge Controller Victron Isolated DC-DC Charger Fridge: ICECO VL 45 12V Fridge/Freezer (Single Zone) Bed is a full size memory foam mattress. BenQ monitor on an articulating arm, great for movies or working. Slider door window is CRL Mercedes Sprinter Passenger Side Sliding Door T-Vent Window. Swivel Bracket on Passenger seat FAQ: Why selling? A: Love this vehicle I just don’t need it anymore, I have a girlfriend and a cat and am off to a different season of life. Is it 4x4? A: Nope, it does have an upgraded suspension but I wouldn’t take it onto a super gnarly road, dirt roads and high clearance is okay if you know how to drive. Honestly do people really have fun ripping a van down a 4x4 road? I am skeptical. But this will get you way out there off the beaten path for sure. AC or Heater? No, you could easily add a heater, the wire is already run for it, and wapping out a fan for an AC wouldn’t be that tough, you would just have to consider the roof space for the panels. There is a lot of un used energy in the battery so you are all set up to run AC if you chose to add that. Is your price negotiable? Yes. It is honestly hard to price these types of things. Make me an offer. Let’s chat. Title Clean? A: Technically yes. The title is not salvaged. I was rear ended a few years ago but the van is pretty resilient and took little damage. I just got a new back door out of the deal. Story: I bought this Van with 69k miles on it in Morgan, UT. It used to be a Lowes rental van. I have since built it out and drove it about 50k miles. I used to live out of it but have since updated a lot of the components and no longer need a vehicle like this one. In that time I have had no mechanical issues with the vehicle and have honestly loved driving it all over the country. The V6 gobbles up miles and crushes it on hills. There is a history of all the work I have done on it included with this ad. I have experience in the vehicle dweller world and I think I have set this up to be a great camper or full time rig for someone. I wouldn’t recommend two people going full time out of it but you could do it, it’s just tight. I upgraded the suspension (Agile Offroad RIP kit) which gives improved handling over the stock options. It is a rear wheel drive vehicle and does well on dirt roads, the clearance is very helpful. The upgraded suspension also eliminates the “sway” that you may experience in other vans when making turns or encountering un even terrain. It’s been a huge benefit. There is only one window on the slider door which I wouldn’t change looking back. Windows elsewhere always seem to spend their time covered up so why bear the expense. The vent through the slider in combination with the two roof fans can create a great breeze within the vehicle when it is hot. The battery power is ample to upgrade to a rooftop AC if you desire. I rarely run the battery below 90%. With 400W of solar on the top it can pretty much run infinitely the fans and the fridge. I have left it for a week to come back to a full battery and cold food still in the fridge. Behind the fridge is a spare 12V wire that I ran to run a heater in the future. Never got around to adding it but you could install it in a day if you know what you are doing, the wire is already run for it. Inside the Van I went ahead and put a full size sink. I love it. When you need a sink having a full size one with a nice faucet and good pressure is far more useful than some of the bird baths you see in vans. There is a 15 gal fresh water tank that I fill with a hose and an in line filter, clean water only in the tank. The counter space is boasted by a flip up extension on the outside of the sink. I had a couple iterations of this build and on this final one I really prioritized space to sit inside the van and hang out with people. You can seat 3 folks in the van and kick it (not including the bed). With that trade off you lose counter space on the DS but I have been happy with the trade. The DS of the vehicle instead has a large cabinet that can store a lot of dry food or whatever you like as well as the fridge which is through bolted to that cabinet. I made a fun mountain art guy as the face of the bed and I think it looks pretty cool. In the bed area you have an electrical panel with AC, 2x 12V chargers, and your Battery Monitor as well as a switch for the inverter and a little live edge spalted maple bonus countertop. Above are 2 cabinets that are open faced, but with a lip so things don’t fall out. Bed is comfortable and very sturdy. There are aluminum beams below the bed that support it very well. I also added a 24” monitor on an articulating arm to watch movies in bed or to plug in your laptop for some workin. These make and model had the DEF system recalled. I had mine updated to the specs of the recall and have not had any issues.


  • make: Mercedes-Benz
  • model: Sprinter 2500 144'
  • year: 2014
  • fuel: Diesel
  • odometer: 122,491 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Camper Van
  • roof: Hi Top

Video Tour


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

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