Dependable for our needs. Especially
such passanger/cargo configurations.
Poor city fuel mileage during hot
summer. (15/16) Due to using A/C. At
this point with 20 gallon tank is a
frequent gas station visits.
Reasonable city fuel mileage during
cool weather. (17/18) without using
A/C. Satisfaction Highway mileage! (20-
25) Excessive brake dust all over the
wheel and excessive tar spread all
over the lower panel of the van's body
which lead a weekly van wash. This
increase the risk of paint chipping
whenever such as gravels should happen
to chip all over it. (Due to curve
design on lower side of the van and
tires are able to cause mess over it
during on the road trips.)
configuration flexibility) More air
vent on the dashboard plus the rear!
TWO A/C! Awesome. Flexible climate (cold-hot)
accommondations. Nothing need to be re-
do at this current design.
For next generation do those: Enlarge
fuel tank to 25 gallon, Extend
wheelbase 5-8 inches/increase back/leg
support rear chairs/more legroom.
Increase height and width by few
inches. Ensure to keep road tar inside
the wheel section not spread to the
van's body. Stronger V-6 capable tow
up 5,000 lbs.
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