Dethleffs launches new motorhome on the latest Mercedes Sprinter
German motorhome manufacturer, Dethleffs, has launched its first model based on the new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
The new Globeline T 6613 EB is a sub-seven-metre low-profile with fixed single beds at the rear over a large garage. It has a maximum gross weight of 3,500kg.
Based on a rear-wheel drive Sprinter with 143bhp Euro 6D engine, the Globeline is available with Mercedes’ seven-speed automatic transmission. A whole range of safety systems are standard, including ESP, Electronic Brake Force Distribution, Hill-Start Assist, Active Brake Assist, the Mercedes Emergency Call System, Headlamp Assist, Lane Departure Warning System and Crosswind Assist. In addition, automatic wipers, Distronic Plus adaptive cruise control, Traffic Sign Assist and Attention Assist (which alerts the driver if there are signs of drowsiness) can be specified at extra cost. Cab seats come with height and tilt adjustment, as well as armrests.
In the living area, reached through a 70cm-wide door, the Globeline features white high-gloss furniture doors and an L-shaped seating area. The rear single beds can be converted into a huge double and a drop-down single bed over the lounge is optional.
The Globeline T 6613 EB measures 6.96m long, 2.33m wide and 3.00m tall. As standard, it comes in white, but it’s also available with a black metallic cab and silver body, while the Style Package adds features like a chromed grille and framed windows.
British prices have yet to be confirmed.