The European-derived Sprinter gives the full-size van buyer an unprecedented level of refinement, utility and value in a unique package. When it comes to heavy-duty worksite use, though, it's no match for V8-powered vans from Ford and GM.
by band b on Aug 10, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Dodge Sprinter Cargo 3500 High Roof 140 WB 3dr Ext Van DRW (2.7L 5cyl Turbodiesel 5A)
I have had it in three times for
stalling out .The egr valve they tell
me is the problum.
The van only has 17,000 miles on it and
it is now going in for the forth time.
The seals on the doors leak so you get
a lot of air coming in.
The rear end is starting to make noise
the MILE PER GALLON START OUT HIGH AND
CONTINUE TO DECREASE AS THE MILES ADD
YOU ALSO CANNOT PUT A PALLET IN THE
CARGO AREA ON A 3500.
THE DRIVING LAMPS CANNOT BE TURNED OFF
IF YOU ARE USING IT AS A EXPIDITER THIS
IS A REAL PROBLUM ALONG WITH YOU CANNOT
LEAVE IT IDLE FOR MORE THEN 15 MINUTES
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUY A SPRINTER DO
NOT GO TO DODGE!!!!!!! GO TO A
Electronic Stability Program (ESP) is now included on 2500-series models, and an array of new features and options are added, including a heated windshield with a rain sensor, full windows all around and revised option packages. Also new this year are fresh 16-inch aluminum wheels and revised standard interior fabric.