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Cab Chassis Specs

Choose a Wheelbase

170 Extended

Choose a Height

Standard Roof
High Roof

Choose a Powertrain

6 Cylinder
6 Cylinder 4x4

Choose a Payload

3,083 lbs
4,082 lbs
4,364 lbs
5,133 lbs

Gross Vehicle Weight Rating



Maximum Seating Capacity

Up to 3


Maximum Payload Capacity



Maximum Towing Capacity



Cargo Volume


cu ft.


Freightliner Cab Chassis
3500 Standard Roof 144 Wheelbase

Vehicle Height: 95.5 in

Vehicle Length: 240.3 in

Vehicle Width with mirrors: 95.5 in

Wheel base: 144.3 in

Key Features

Engine: 4-Cylinder Diesel

Max Payload Capacity: 6,400 lbs

Max Towing Capacity: 7,500 lbs32

Cargo Volume: N/A

Int. Standing Height: N/A

Max Seating Capacity: Up to 3


GVWR: 11,030 lbs

Base Curb Weight: 4,630 lbs

Max Payload: 6,400 lbs

Max Available GCWR: 15,250 lbs

Max Towing: 7,500 lbs32

Fuel Tank Capacity: 26.4 gal


Turning Diameter (Curb to Curb): 44.6 ft

Cab to Body Clearance [CB]: 2.0 in

Frame Height normal/loaded: 26.8 / 33.6 in

Max Width at Floor: N/A


Engine: 4-Cylinder Diesel

Fuel Type: Diesel

Displacement: 2,143 cc

Horsepower: 161 hp at 3800 rpm

Rated Torque: 265 lb-ft at 1,400-2,400 rpm

Transmission: 7-Speed 7G-TRONIC

Drive Shaft: Rear-wheel drive

Emission Certification: Low-emission EPA14/carb certified

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The Cab Chassis Lineup


Cab Chassis 3500
Starting at: $37,920*
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Standard Roof - 144" Wheelbase
Starting at: $37,920*
Standard Roof - 170" Wheelbase
Starting at: $38,630*

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* Excludes all options, taxes, title, registration, transportation charge and dealer prep fee. Options shown. Not all options are available in the U.S. For a full offering and pricing information, visit your local Freightliner Sprinter dealership. Delayed availability.
2 No system, regardless of how advanced, can overcome the laws of physics or correct careless driving. Please always wear your seat belt. Performance is limited by available traction, which snow, ice, and other conditions can affect. Always drive carefully, consistent with conditions. Best performance in snow is obtained with winter tires.
3 Crosswind Assist can engage automatically when sensing dangerous wind gusts at highway speeds exceeding 50 mph. Performance is limited by wind severity and available traction, which snow, ice, and other conditions can affect. Always drive carefully, consistent with conditions. Feature not available on 3500 and 3500XD models.
5 Driver is responsible for monitoring fluid levels and tire pressure between service visits. See Maintenance Booklet for details.
6 Requires the use of ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel. Freightliner Sprinters are approved to use B5 biodiesel (approved diesel fuel with a maximum 5% biodiesel content) in all engines. The only approved biodiesel content is one that both meets ASTM D6751 specifications and has the oxidation stability necessary to prevent deposit–/ corrosion-related damages to the system (min. 6h, proven by EN14112 method). Please see your service station for further information. If the B5 biodiesel blend does not clearly indicate that it meets the above standards, please do not use it. The Freightliner Vans New Vehicle Limited Warranty does not cover damage caused by fuel standards not approved by Freightliner Vans.
10 Blind Spot Assist may not be sufficient to avoid all accidents involving vehicles in your blind spot and does not estimate the speed of approaching vehicles. It should not be used as a sole substitute for driver awareness and checking of surrounding traffic conditions. Not available on Cab Chassis/Cutaway.
11 Lane Keeping Assist may be insufficient to alert a fatigued or distracted driver of lane drift and cannot be relied on to avoid an accident or serious injury.
12 COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST may not be sufficient to avoid an accident. It does not react to certain stationary objects, nor recognize or predict the curvature and/or lane layout of the road or every movement of vehicles ahead. It is the driver’s responsibility at all times to be attentive to traffic and road conditions, and to provide the steering, braking, and other driving inputs necessary to retain control of the vehicle. Drivers are cautioned not to wait for the system’s alerts before braking, as that may not afford sufficient time and distance to brake safely.
20 Driving while drowsy or distracted is dangerous and must be avoided. ATTENTION ASSIST® may be insufficient to alert a fatigued or distracted driver and cannot be relied on to avoid an accident or serious injury.
21 Rearview camera does not audibly notify driver of nearby objects and is not a substitute for actively checking around the vehicle for any obstacles or people. Images displayed may be limited by camera field of view, weather, lighting conditions, and the presence of dirt, ice, or snow on the camera.
32 There are numerous legal requirements concerning the towing of a trailer, eg. speed restrictions. Many states require a seperate functional braking system for your trailer once a certain weight limit is exceeded. For reasons of safety, it is recommended that all trailers use a seperate functional braking system. Make sure your vehicle/trailer combination complies with local laws. This not only means where you live, but also anywhere you are driving to. Information on this can be obtained from the police and local authorities.

Observe the following when towing a trailer:

Practice driving around bends, stopping and backing up at a place where there is no traffic.