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 SECOND ONE on Apr 2, 2007 Vehicle: 2004 Dodge Sprinter Cargo 2500 High Roof 158 WB 3dr Ext Van (2.7L 5cyl Turbodiesel 5A)
This is my second Sprinter. #1 was totalled in a collision. This van needs more comfort, seats, tilt wheel, better visibility from front windows (pillar blocks view badly). However, 24mpg is amazing, turn radius, efficiency and convenience is unbeatable. I would like to have the standard transmission (seen in Europe). We use it for transporting show dogs, it works great. Best in class. I did have a mysterious fuel delivery problem - needed some repairs. The electric door locks are quirky and blows fuses sometimes. Overall, I would buy a third one in a heart beat. Although barring any more collisions, this should hold
by united delivery serv on Feb 17, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Dodge Sprinter Cargo 2500 High Roof 158 WB 3dr Ext Van (2.7L 5cyl Turbodiesel 5A)
the van is great.It is so dependable.it
handles good going down the
highway.could use a little more room
around wheel wells.Ican start it
easy.It run very well with a full
load.also empty.doors need some
improvement.the sliding door broke with
it closed not being able to open the
sliding door in this big of a van is
very important had to take it in for
repair.real nice windshield.good
factory stereo.cuise is nice.
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.