Sold alongside the Mercedes and Dodge variants, the Freightliner Sprinter van is a commercial light duty full-size van produced by Daimler. In the US, it is built from complete knock down kits at an assembly plant in Ladson, South Carolina. Essentially, the factory in Dusseldorf, Germany pre-assembles the vehicle, and then it is disassembled and transported to the US as one complete kit ready to be put back together. Differences between the Freightliner, Mercedes, and Dodge models are limited to the grille, headlights, and trim components. Other than that, the Sprinter van is a completely capable and long-lasting utility vehicle that is used by countless couriers, minibus drivers, and cargo transportation companies across the country. The chief complaint by US buyers is the lack of options and conveniences. Fun fact: these are imported as knockdown kits to save a 25% retaliatory tariff imposed on imports of light trucks from Germany because of their tariff on imported US chicken. This is known as the Chicken Tax, and dates back to 1963.