There’s a reason AEV builds the most Sprinter ambulances in the U.S., and it all starts with AEV’s meticulous manufacturing processes. As a trusted partner and a preferred up-fitter of Mercedes-Benz, AEV delivers the most dependable Type II ambulances, and that’s only the beginning. We’re also proud to build on the Chevy and Ford Transit ambulance chassis.



When it comes to an AEV ambulance, our standards are anything but. With countless ways to build an ambulance that will cater to your company’s needs, exceed safety standards and answer the commercial call, the only way you’ll find two ambulances alike is if you ask for it.


We understand that many of our Type II fleet owners have a business to run, and that downtime equals lost time and profit. At AEV, we offer some of the fastest lead times in the Type II ambulance industry. Like you, we’re swift to answer the call.


Starting with an exclusive Mickey-manufactured body, AEV builds each custom unit using a detailed visual process — a board stocked with parts and tools specific to that ambulance to ensure we meet your every spec. The American made becomes the American crafted at AEV.


There are industry standards, and then there’s AEV. While this statement applies to the way we build emergency vehicles, it also pertains to the value we pack into every Type II ambulance. You’ll be hard pressed to find so many high-end features in other ambulance vans.


    • Flooring: Choice of optional colors (GM and Sprinter)
    • Flooring: Choice of optional colors on gold/platinum (Ford)
    • Headliner: One-piece front to rear, gloss white
    • KKK package: To present revision (exceptions may apply)
    • Paint: OEM white
    • Patient floor: Plywood, full-length and width
    • Rear bumper: Aggressive stepping surface (Ford)
    • Rear bumper: Black powder coated with aggressive stepping surface (Sprinter)
    • Rear bumper: Tread plate with ability to pivot for longevity (GM)
    • Rear threshold: Metal with non-skid (Ford)
    • Rear threshold: Metal with yellow/black 3M tape (Sprinter and GM)
    • Roll cage: Steel tubing with diagonal supports welded for added strength (GM)
    • Top: AEV distinctive design (GM)
    • Undercoat: Per industry guidelines
    • Upholstery: Choice of optional colors (Ford, Sprinter and GM)


    • Panels: OEM (Sprinter and GM)


    • Attendant seat: Captain’s chair on pedestal base (GM)
    • Attendant seat: Captain’s seat on top of oxygen cabinet (Ford and Sprinter)
    • Cot mount: Ferno or Stryker
    • Upholstery: Choice of optional colors


    • Backboard storage: Slide in from rear doors or vertical forward
    • Backboard storage: Standup forward of ALS cabinet (Sprinter)
    • Backboard storage: Vertical forward of ALS cabinet (Ford)
    • Oxygen cylinder rack: Aluminum, vertical at rear of squad bench (GM)
    • Oxygen cylinder rack: Horizontal across front bulkhead on slide tray (Sprinter and Ford)
    • Spare tire: Mounted under rear in OEM location


    • Action area cabinet: ABS (GM)
    • Action area cabinet: Color key laminated (Ford and Sprinter)
    • Behind attendant seat cabinet: Storage cabinet with wooden door, HVAC in bottom (GM)
    • Bulkhead supports: Steel brackets
    • Door cabinets: Flush with aluminum trimmed edges
    • Laminate cabinet: Choice of optional colors
    • Laminate cabinet: Gloss gray (Sprinter)
    • Polycarbonate cabinet: Gray tinted or clear with full handles
    • RF cabinet: Accommodation for Lifepak and drug boxes
    • Straps: One for stair chair, one for back boards (Sprinter and Ford)
    • Straps: One in left rear cabinet for stair chair (GM)
    • Partition door cabinet: Sliding with solid window (GM)
    • Partition door cabinet: Solid wall with sliding window (Sprinter and Ford)

Electrical system

    • 125vac outlets: Two total, one action area, one RF-ALS (GFI protected) (Sprinter)
    • 125vac outlets: Two total, one curbside, one RF-ALS (GFI protected) (GM and Ford)
    • Batteries: Two total, one OEM under hood, one on frame (GM)
    • Batteries: Two total, one OEM under hood, one under cab floor (Sprinter)
    • Batteries: Two total under driver’s seat base (Ford)
    • Battery switch: Cole Hersee 2484-16
    • Coax cable: One tagged at both ends
    • Console: On engine cover (GM and Ford)
    • Console: On engine cover with overhead switches (Sprinter)
    • Electrical system: Printed circuit boards with LED diagnostics
    • Inverter prewire: Universal under action area
    • Oxygen outlets: Three total, Ohio style
    • Oxygen outlets: Two total, Ohio style (GM and Ford)
    • Shoreline: S/S inlet on street-side
    • Wiring: Color, name and number coded

Emergency alert

    • Back-up alarm: With auto reset switch
    • Siren: Whelen WS-295
    • Siren speaker: Dual 100 watt (Sprinter and Ford)
    • Siren speaker: Whelen Under-pro assembly (GM)


    • Action area lights: 12vdc under action area board
    • Dome lights: Five total S/S and C/S LED, three street-side, two curbside (Sprinter)
    • Dome lights: Five total, three street-side, two curbside (GM)
    • Dome lights: Six total, three street-side, three curbside (Ford)
    • Indicator lights: Door, low voltage and battery on cab console
    • Third brake lights: OEM
    • Warning package lights: Whelen perimeter lighting (GM)
    • Warning package lights: Whelen perimeter lighting, LED (Ford and Sprinter)


    • Heat-A/C: Ceiling ducted (Ford)
    • Heat-A/C: Ceiling ducted with 2nd A/C compressor (Sprinter)
    • Insulation: Reflectix circumferential package


    • Antimicrobial Recessed Overhead Grabrail
    • Complies with all SAE Standards
    • Shoulder Harness Seat Belt System

Model Charts

Model Wheelbase Headroom
Ford Transit 148″ 74″/65″
Mercedes Sprinter 2500 / 3500 144″ 72″/73″
Chevrolet G3500 155″ 66.5″


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