For the Hardcore Renos team, the Mercedes-Benz...
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Jan 06, 2015  |  Vote 0    0

For the Hardcore Renos team, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is the ultimate toolbox


It took 84 weeks of grueling work for the Hardcore Renos team to wrap up one of the most challenging projects they have ever undertaken.

While this time frame may seem unusually long in the residential building industry, the “Build a Home” project went far beyond a typical renovation project, as the Hardcore Renos team tore down an older property and rebuilt a spectacular brand new home from the ground up as part of its on-line renovation show.

The construction of this magnificent and fully customized family home concluded with fanfare yesterday with the final public reveal in North York, Ontario.

In parallel, Mercedes-Benz Canada also embarked on this sensational journey from the very beginning of the project by providing the Hardcore Renos team with the use of two Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Vans.

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter has established itself as the benchmark in the industry delivering on performance and versatility, making it the natural choice for the Hardcore Renos team who strongly believe in working with products of integrity.

When the Mercedes-Benz Vans division first met the Hardcore Renos principals, they felt their pragmatic outlook on tackling all facets of this home’s rebirth with care, innovation, and an unwavering dedication to quality was well aligned with the impressive capabilities and unique characteristics that define the Sprinter.

Known for its generous interior height and cargo space, fuel economy, safety, and low total cost of ownership, the Sprinter nameplate was sought out by the Hardcore Renos team to ensure they would be well equipped to face all stages of the challenging build ahead of them.   

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