See Our Expert Comparison of Sprinter High Roof vs Super High Roof

The Sprinter cargo van super high roof version is one of the biggest cargo vans in the world!

The only cargo van close to it in terms of size is its cousin – the Sprinter high-roof. Below is how the two compare in terms of exterior and load area dimensions.

Exterior dimensions: Sprinter high roof vs super high roof

The Sprinter van is made in all wheelbase sizes. Short wheelbase (SWB), medium wheelbase (MWB), long-wheelbase (LWB), and extra-long wheelbase (XLWB) Sprinter vans exist.

So whatever wheelbase length Sprinter van you want, you can get it. The van is also made in several roof height sizes. Standard roof height, high-roof and super high-roof versions of the vehicle exist.

Only the MWB, LWB, and XLWB wheelbase models of this van have high-roof and super high-roof options.

  • The MWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 2,820mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 3,050mm.
  • The LWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 2,815mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 3,045mm.
  • The XLWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 2,820mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 3,055mm.

From the above information, it is very clear that there is very little difference in high-roof height between the different wheelbase models.

There is also little difference in the super high-roof height of the different wheelbase models. The high-roof models are approximately 2820mm in height, while the super high-roofs are approximately 3,050mm in height.

Load area dimensions: Sprinter high-roof vs. super high-roof

The load area dimensions are the most important in cargo vans as they determine the volume of cargo that can be carried. The width of the load area of all Sprinter vans (regardless of their roof height and wheelbase length) is 1,780 mm.

The shortest wheelbase Sprinter van (SWB) has the shortest load area length (2,600mm), while the longest wheelbase Sprinter van (XLWB) has the longest load area length (4700mm).

The medium wheelbase (MWB) version’s load area measures 3,265mm in length, while that of the long-wheelbase (LWB) version measures 4,300mm.

In terms of load area height, the MWB, LWB, and XLWB versions have the following high-roof and super high-roof heights.

  • The MWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 1,940mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 2,140mm.
  • The LWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 1,940mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 2,140mm.
  • The XLWB Sprinter high-roof model measures 1,940mm in height, while its super high-roof model measures 2,140mm.

From the information above, it is clear that all Sprinter cargo vans high-roof models have a load area with the same height of 1,940mm.

It is also clear that all the super high-roof models also have a load area with the same height (2,140mm). The only difference between the different models is in the length.

Load/cargo volume: Sprinter high-roof vs. Super high-roof

Virtually all the different Sprinter models/versions have a different load area volume. Below is the breakdown from the biggest to the smallest Sprinter van. Note that the biggest Sprinter cargo van has more than twice the volume of the smallest Sprinter cargo van.

  • The XLWB Sprinter high-roof model has a cargo volume of 15.5m3, while its super high-roof model has a cargo volume of 17m3.
  • The LWB Sprinter high-roof model has a cargo volume of 14m3, while its super high-roof model has a cargo volume of 15.5m3.
  • The MWB Sprinter high-roof model has a cargo volume of 10m3, while its super high-roof model has a cargo volume of 11.5m3.
  • The SWB Sprinter high-roof model has a cargo volume of 8.5m3, while its regular roof model has a cargo volume of 7.5m3 (this Sprinter van does not have a Super high-roof version)

From the above information, it is clear that the super high-roof models of all Sprinter vans have a bigger cargo area volume than their sister high-roof models.

It is also clear that the XLWB (extra-long wheelbase) Sprinter high-roof model has the biggest cargo area volume (17m3), while the SWB (short wheelbase) regular roof model has the smallest cargo area volume (7.5m3).