We were looking at Sprinter-based rigs before we bought our Georgetown. At that time none of them had slides and Mercedes warned against installing levellers. We found the "no slides" a deciding factor in our "No way" decision.
We eventually decided on the GT, an older, used Class A and didn't need to borrow as much! Unfortunately, since those horrible front seats don't have height adjustment and the F53 steering column has very limited angular adjustment and doesn't telescope, DW (a tad under 5') can't drive it. I think she's quietly relieved, as she's intimidated by the size. I worked as a transit coach driver for a couple of years after retiring from Boeing, so 32' seems small compared to a 40' Gillig with 50 people on board. The transit agency I worked for hadn't got into articulated 65-footers or double-deckers.
Frank and Eileen
No longer RVers or FR owners