The European-engineered Sprinter gives the full-size van buyer an unprecedented level of refinement, utility and value in a unique package. When it comes to serious towing and hauling, though, it can't keep up with V8-powered domestic vans.
by MEDICALTRANSPORT on Mar 27, 2004 Vehicle: 2003 Dodge Sprinter 2500 SH Ceiling 140 WB 3dr Ext Van (2.7L 5cyl Turbodiesel 5A)
I OWN A MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
AND THIS VAN IS JUST WHAT MY BUSINESS
NEEDED. IT STARTS AT 30 BELOW ZERO.
IT HAS EVERYTHING YOU WOULD WANT. I
CAN CARRY UP TO TWO WHEELCHAIRS AT ONE
TIME OR ONE WHEELCHAIR AND 6 PASSENGERS
NOT INCLUDING MYSELF THE DRIVER. VERY
EASY TO DRIVE AND THE VIEW IS GREAT.
MY CLIENTS JUST LOVE THIS VEHICLE FOR
THE WAY IT HANLDES, NOT SPUNGY LIKE A
REGULAR VAN BUT REAL BEEFY. THIS IS A
VEHICLE FOR ANY BUSINESS AND IS ONE I
WOULD RECOMEND YOU LOOKING AT.
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