Where to Find a Sprinter Van for Sale

Looking to buy your dream Sprinter Van so you can hit the road on an adventure? Here’s where to find one.

Here's where to find a Sprinter Van for sale so you can find your dream camper van and hit the road on an adventure.


Sprinter Vans are one of the most popular camper vans for both short and long-term travel. They are highly maneuverable, can accommodate the taller folks out there, and with the 4×4 option on newer models, you can drive them almost anywhere. But where can you find a Sprinter van for sale?

Thanks to surging demand paired with a chip shortage, getting your hands on a new or low-mileage, well-cared-for Sprinter Van, especially one with 4×4, can be a challenge. When you do find one that piques your interest, you’ll need to be ready to pounce, since in this market, Sprinter Vans for sale aren’t available for long.

Here are the different places where you can buy a Sprinter Van, including the best sites with used Sprinter Vans for sale and tips for purchasing a new Sprinter Van from a dealer.

Where to Buy a Sprinter Van

Sprinter Source

The Sprinter Source forum is a great place to look for a Sprinter for van sale. It’s a great community with two different classified boards. One has Sprinter Vans for sale listed by forum members. The second board is Sprinter Van listings from around the internet that forum members have stumbled on.

If you find a Sprinter you are interested in buying, you can also ask people in the forum for advice. Know that there are some strong opinions in the forum at times, but generally, people are knowledgeable and willing to share information. You have to sign up for an account to access the forums.

Sprinter Van Facebook Groups

There are a number of Facebook Groups focused on Sprinter Vans. Not all of them allow classifieds, but the ones that do are full of Sprinter Vans for sale. Sprinter Vans Unlimited has more than 50,000 members, and I see new listings for used Sprinter Vans to buy on an almost daily basis. The conversation in the group is robust, and it’s also an excellent place to share ideas and meet people in the Sprinter van community.

Sprinter Vans Unlimited Facebook Group / One of the top places to find a Sprinter van for sale whether new, used, or already converted.

Sportsmobile and Expedition Portal Forums

There are a couple of other forums where there are often Sprinter Vans for sale. If you are looking for a Sprinter Van that’s been converted into a camper by Sportsmobile, you’ll want to keep an eye on the Sportsmobile forum classifieds. You won’t find other types of Sprinters in here but this is a good option if you want something specific. Sportsmobile Sprinters tend to hold their value, so be prepared to pay top dollar.

Another option is the Expedition Portal. Here you’ll find other types of vehicles too.

Van Life Trader

Van Life Trader is a website where you can find a ton of cool vans for sale by owner, including Sprinters, Promasters, and Ford Transits. On this website, you’ll find both professionally converted Sprinter vans for sale as well as and DIY Sprinter vans.

A list of websites where you can search for a Sprinter Van for sale, whether you want to find a new, used, converted, or 4x4 camper van.

Your local Mercedes dealer

If you’re looking for a new Sprinter Van for sale, it doesn’t hurt to develop a friendly relationship with the salesperson at your local dealer. Keep in mind that many dealers have low (or even zero) inventory right now. That means if you want a new van from your dealer, you may be looking at a 6 month or longer wait. If you know what you want and don’t mind waiting, many dealers are taking orders with a small deposit down. If your local dealer isn’t a helpful resource, start calling around. You might get lucky with dealers in places like the midwest and the south where 4×4 isn’t in as high of demand.

One thing I’ve seen right now is dealers asking for $5-10k over MSRP for any available inventory, which I think is pretty insane. Think of what you could do with that extra money if you’re willing to be patient. You could take a European vacation while you’re waiting for your van or put that chunk of money into your build. Plus my bet is, the more people who are willing to pay above MSRP is just going to result in the MSRP price getting jacked up.

Sprinter Van Conversion Company

If you plan on having your van professionally converted and are wondering where to buy a Sprinter van, you’ll likely be able to get one from the conversion company. Ask them if they have any Sprinter Vans in stock. Some of them have agreements with the Mercedes dealers to get a certain number of Sprinter Vans per year, and depending on the dealer’s waitlist, the conversion company may be your quickest route to a new van.

My next van is being converted by Outside Van, and they are constantly getting a new supply of Sprinter Vans in for their customers. There is still a waitlist, but that just gives you time to think about what you want the inside to look like.

A list of websites where you can search for a Sprinter Van for sale, whether you want to find a new, used, converted, or 4x4 camper van.


Another option is Craigslist, though you might need to expand your search beyond your city. Certain cities are more likely to have Sprinters listed than others. Denver, Salt Lake City, and other major west coast cities with a large camping contingent are good cities to start with. Make sure to look in both the RV and the truck section, since people will list them in both.

Most importantly, do your due diligence and be careful with Craigslist. Your purchase isn’t protected like it is on eBay, and there are scammers that you need to be mindful of. This goes for any online purchase: be wary if the seller asks you to wire cash using Western Union, Money Gram, or another instant transfer method. This is the first solid sign that the person might be sketchy. You should always go see the van in person before handing over your cash.


There’s often a number of Sprinter Vans for sale on eBay. eBay tends to be slightly safer than Craigslist for two reasons. First, you can see the seller’s rating (if they’ve bought or sold anything on eBay before). And second, eBay has a protection policy that covers up to $50,000 per vehicle if the Sprinter is not in the same condition as described in the listing. Dealers also sell on eBay, so take note of whether it’s a dealer listing or a private seller.

Got questions on where to find a Sprinter Van for sale or any tips to share? Leave them in the comments below!

Here's where to find a Sprinter Van for sale so you can find your dream camper van and hit the road on an adventure.

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  1. This is awesome! We have been dabbling with the idea of getting a smaller van for weekend trips and our longer climbing trips. We’ve been sleeping in the back of my Subaru for so long, but have been keeping our eyes open for good deals on vans. These are great resources! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. Hi, Kristen. I’m retired and in the process of selling my house and buying a Sprinter-based motorhome for full time use. I’ve been looking mostly at the 144″ because it would be my car as well as my home. I like being able to park in a standard parking spot. That being said, why are you going to a 170″ model? And what are you looking at?

    1. If any one is looking for a Sprinter Mercedes Disel 2004 with super low mileage and well kept, garage most of the time! 57k miles and in perfect shape, we’re retiring and looking for something bigger to live in! We love it and you will too ..:)

        1. Hi this is Carmen! I am looking at used Mercedes Sprinter either 4wd, but would like the 4×4. I don’t know much about them. Would like a bare one to do my own conversion too so I can afford to get into one…
          Anything you share with me about them as far as safety, repairs, problems, neat things?

        1. Scott: Did you find a Sprinter van yet? We are selling our 2017 4 x 4 very good condition. Let me know if you want information. Just putting it out there starting today.

          1. I am searching for a 4×4 sprinter to convert. Randi, is your van complete?

      1. Hi Lee,
        Looking for one to make a mobile pediatric therapy clinic, this maybe a great option.
        Please contact me!

        1. Hi Kathy,
          My husband and I have a 2021 crew, 170, 4×4, Vanda Blue, 800 miles for sale. Email me for photos. Thanks! Susan

      2. Hello, I am looking for a van exactly like yours. Please send pictures and All information. Please. Thank you.

      3. I’m looking seriously for exactly that. I live in Texas. I’m tired of the high apartment rates. What price are you selling it for? Have you kept your maintenance paperwork?

  3. Beautiful van yoive got. Just curious how your shower floor works; does it drain beneath the wooden slacks? Does that take up more head room than the floor in the main living area?

  4. Hey,

    I’m big fan of your van layout. I’m curious if you ever sold it? If not I’d love to talk to you about it.


  5. Hey Kristen, check out Camper Reparadise! They have a 2017 Mercedes Sprinter 170″ 4X4 available to buy or rent. They also refurbish, outfit, and build personalized vintage trailers. They are a great personable, family owned company located in Salt Lake City. Definitely something you want to add to the list!

  6. My husband and I have a 2021 crew, 170, 4×4, Vanda Blue, 800 miles for sale. Email me for more details and photos. Thanks! Susan

  7. Hello! For anyone interested in a Mercedes build we have a few that come to market a few times a year! We currently have a 3500 and a 144 Mercedes for sale!

    Feel free to email if you’re looking for a professional build!