While most Dodge Sprinters are sold as commercial vehicles (it is also sold in the U.S. by Freightliner), this tall-design van, built in Europe by Mercedes-Benz, is also available in passenger versions. It rides on a choice of three wheelbases and offers two roof heights. A 64-inch stature is standard while a 73-inch roof — tall enough for six-footers to stand — comes with the high-roof model. The Sprinter is powered by a fuel-efficient 154-horsepower in-line-five-cylinder turbodiesel engine and offers seating for as many as ten passengers. Stability control is included on 2500 and 3500 models. Air conditioning and a cassette stereo come standard, as do up to twelve cupholders. Most options are aimed at heavy-duty fleet-type use, though a CD player, rear heater, and a manual-tilting sunroof are offered. No information on changes or updates to the Sprinter for 2007 was available at the time of this writing.