by virgil77 on Aug 17, 2005 Vehicle: 2002 Dodge Ram Wagon 1500 3dr Van (3.9L 6cyl 3A)
Have an '02 Ram Van 1500, Regency Conversion, 3.9l V6, 3 speed automatic. Bought it because it was roomy and relatively cheap ($19k brand new in Aug 03). I really like the van but my wife has trouble getting in and out of it. Passengers really, really like the 2nd row captain's chairs and 3rd row bench. I added a flip down TV and they really enjoy that. I thought the V6 would be underpowered but except for merging onto freeways I am satisfied. 4 speed auto might have helped. Fuel economy is acceptable, 15 mpg typical on the highway, 13 in town. Have gotten 17 mpg on the highway if I keep my speed down.
by FedExMatty on Jan 30, 2004 Vehicle: 2002 Dodge Ram Wagon 2500 3dr Ext Van (5.2L 8cyl 4A)
This van has been wonderful for our
growing family. We took it on a trip
the summer of 2003 from GA to MN back
tom GA then to FL all in a 2.5 week
time. We had ample room for our family
of six and the vehicle performed
flawlessly. We also pulled a camper
from GA to AL and it had no troulbe. I
couldn't even tell the camper was
there. We love it!!!!!!
by Mike Sova on Sep 19, 2003 Vehicle: 2002 Dodge Ram Wagon 3500 Maxi 3dr Ext Van (5.2L 8cyl 4A)
Purchased the van in Florida with 16,000 miles on the odometer ($16,000). At 25,000 miles the air conditioning quit and both front control arms broke. Both items were fixed by a dealer in Michigan at no cost to us. We purchased the van to pull a 3800 lb (empty) horse trailer. It does this with ease. It will carry a seemingly infinite amount of cargo (seats are back in Fla.) Overall my wife and I are happy with the vehicle.
by C. Isaacson on Sep 10, 2002 Vehicle: 2002 Dodge Ram Wagon 1500 3dr Van (3.9L 6cyl 3A)
I have only had the van for about 2
weeks. So far so good. I chose to
purchase the 5.2 Liter V8 over the 3.9
Liter V6. Glad I did. I also opted for
a conversion van which offered some
nice amenities. Dealershiop was
offering 0% financing for 60 months and
$10,000 dollars off.
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