Mercedes Sprinter Seat Covers
Protect Your Seats With a Set of
Custom Made Seat Covers
BEST SELLING MERCEDES SPRINTER SEAT COVERS
We have a wide range of seat covers available for your Mercedes Sprinter Van. If you have aftermarket seats in your Sprinter, we recommend getting Genuine Sheepskin as the other fabric options are only available for original (stock) Sprinter seats. Unsure if you have stock seats? Simply scroll down to read more about the difference or simply submit a photo of your seats using our photo submission tool and we will confirm for you!
ABOUT MERCEDES SPRINTER VANS
Mercedes first started producing the van in 1995 and soon after it become one of the top choices for aftermarket camper van makers to build their camper models on due to its reliability and tall cargo area. The chassis was also sold in North America as a Dodge Sprinter from 2003-2009 and in 2019-2021 it was also sold under the Freightliner Badge. The first generations was built from 1995-2006, Second generations was from 2006-2018. and the third generation is from 2019 to present.
Some popular camper models built on the Sprinter chassis include the following:
- Adrenaline Vans
- Advanced RV
- Airstream Interstate 24X
- American Coach
- Benchmark Vehicles
- Chinook RV
- Coach House
- El Kapitan
- Entegra Coach
- Field Vans
- Jayco Terrain
- Midwest Automotive
- New-West V.R.
- Nomad Vanz
- Pleasure Way Industries
- Regenency RV
- Road Trek
- Safari Condo
- Sportsmobile Sprinter 4×4
- Sync Vans
- The Storyteller Overland Best Mode 4×4
- Thor Motor Coach
- Titan Vans
- Van Specialties
- Vanlife Customs
- Winnebago Boldt
- Winnebago Era
- Winnebago Revel
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT SPRINTER SEAT COVERS
Yes, all our seat covers will have a hidden cutout, or will have a special stitching designed to rip easily if the airbag were to deploy. All seat covers have been tested with real airbags to ensure they work properly in the case of an accident.
Yes you will. We do not block any seat controls as the seat covers are designed to tuck into the side plastic panel on the outer part of the seat where the control usually are.
Yes we have a few. Here is a Genuine Sheepskin installation video
No, we sell slipover seat covers. These are designed to go over your existing seats. You do not have to remove any of the original upholstery. You also will not have to remove the armrest on the seat.
The answer is no. We’ve never had to remove the seats from a Sprinter van in order to install seat covers.
Yes all seat covers are compatible with heated seats but please note that for Air-Conditioned seats, the seat cover will block the airflow, however they will still cool down the seat.
Yes! We’ve found that swivel seats do not affect the installation or the ability to install seat covers.
No you do not, our seat covers are designed so that you can install them without having to remove the armrest.
That won’t be an issue. We always ask this when ordering seat covers so simply let us know and we will make an accommodation on your seat cover so that you can put them on without having to remove the headrests.
WHICH SEATS DO YOU HAVE?
Sprinter vans can come with 2 seat types: Aftermarket and Stock.
Stock seats are the seats that come standard from the vehicle manufacturer. These seats have already been premeasured by our seat cover factory and therefore we already have the seat pattern and so no measurements are needed. They also allow us to make covers in for them in all the fabrics we offer.
Aftermarket are seats have been put in place of the original stock seats. These are generally bulkier and more comfortable seats, typically captains chairs with dual armrests and / or swivel seats with dual armrests. Mercedes stock seats usually only come with 1 armrest per seat on the inside part of the seat.
EXAMPLES OF STOCK vs AFTERMARKET SEATS
The image above is a stock seat from a 2016 Mercedes Sprinter. The newest generation of stock sprinter seats look similar in shape but can sometimes come with leg thigh support / leg extenders. They may also be swivel seats as well. We can easily identify your seat using our handy seat identifying tool, just snap a few photos and we’ll let you know.
In this example, we have an aftermarket seat made in this case another manufacturer. The biggest difference is simply the shape of the seat. Notice the arms and the contours are much more sportier in this seat. In this particular example, we can still make seat covers in genuine sheepskin.
WHY CHOOSE RVSEATCOVERS.COM?
We know we aren’t the only supplier of vehicle seat covers which is why we decided to stand out from our competitors by providing quality seat covers by vetted manufacturers. We work with several long standing seat cover manufacturers and offer a curated selection of the best seat cover fabrics that have stood the test of time. All our seat covers are 100% custom made to order for a tight fit.
The other reason our customers choose us is because we always verify your seats (through photos) before manufacturing the seat covers to avoid costly errors and returns. We get it right the first time!
BEFORE AND AFTER
Move the slider left to right to view an example of a recent sheepskin seat cover we recently installed on a 2016 Mercedes Sprinter.
Start by choosing one of the fabrics we offer. Click here to view all the seat cover types. Please note that not all seat cover fabrics are available for all seat types.
- Choose a Color: The colors we offer are available in the drop down. We do not offer color matching or custom colors.
- Choose Your Vehicle: Select the seats that closest match what you have. If you are unsure of what seats you have. Simply upload a photo. Most orders will require photos so have these ready or upload them after you checkout.
- Answer the Questions: Please answer any of the customization relevant questions. This is to ensure we have every seat feature correct. Select “Not Sure” if in doubt, and we will verify with photos.
The last step is simply uploading photos. This ensures we avoid costly and time consuming returns and ensures a more perfect fit, right the first time. View our photo taking guide or simply do the following:
- Take photos of the driver’s seat showing the entire seat from the drivers side door.
- Take photos of the passenger seat from the passenger side door.
- Take photos of the rear seat and any other rows of seating.
- Take a photo of the exterior to show the vehicle model and cab size if applicable.