Sync Adventure Vans

Aug 7, 2018

Category: Rides

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van might just be the ultimate platform for a go-anywhere home-on-wheels transformation, as evidenced by their overwhelming popularity with customizers. And Sync’s conversions are one of the absolute best – especially if you’re a fan of both off-grid adventuring and extreme sports.

While you will need to supply the van in order to get one of their bespoke conversions, Sync will take care of the rest – that is, unless you have any specific requests (which they’ll happily accommodate, if possible). With three available ascending (both in price and amenities) kits, Sync will outfit your Sprinter van with cabinetry and storage, seating, sleeping arrangements, internal racks for your outdoor gear (like bikes, skis, snowboards, etc.), and anything else you might want or need. Pricing for a conversion starts at $32,000.

Purchase: $32,000+

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