by Shawnerr on Oct 1, 2008 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Ram Van B250 3dr Van
I absolutely love this van! I've always owned large vans since the age of 18. Mine is actually an 1987 passenger van. These vans are Reliable, Dependable and Safe. These vans ARE practical and they have a million uses for pleasure, business and family. They are truck based, Rear Wheel Drive and have a solid live axle. They are ok on fuel, nothing that's gonna blow your mind or anything but are better than some SUVs and trucks I've seen. These vans offer excellent towing capacity combined with having people and/or cargo in the van. Excellent head room and leg room. I personally have NO problems parking this van at the mall or any other tight space. Tip: Convex mirrors really help!
by vanman on Feb 20, 2007 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Ram Van B250 3dr Ext Van
Since I have had it (five months and counting) I have put 9000 miles on it and have not had one new problem. I did have a problem with it dying at every stoplight since I bought it, but it was nothing a good carburetor cleaning didn't fix. It rides superb surprisingly, it's amazingly quick, and gas mileage is nothing to jump up and down about but could be worse. All in all I would recommend to anyone!
by Laundry Van on Oct 11, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Ram Van B250 3dr Van
We have a 3/4 ton van with the 318
(which has been great), but everything
else wants to break. The
transmission, fuel system, even the
odometer have all quit on me. This
thing burns your feet when you drive
for Heaven's sake!
by TriTNF on Jun 5, 2004 Vehicle: 1992 Dodge Ram Van B150 3dr Van
I bought a 1992 B-150 from an
autoparts store in May 2003. With
186,000 original miles, I decided to
drive the world renowned Dodge 318
across country (and back)! Despite
blowing a fuel pump in Colorado, I had
absolutely no mechanical
difficulties. LONG LIVE THE DODGE
318, AND MY SHADY VAN!!!
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