Mine's used as a delivery van for plasma TV's during the week and as a kids sports team hauler on the weekend. As a utility vehicle this can't be beat. The doors open wide, the walls go straight up, it's easy to move around inside. The ride is much more controlled than the E150's and GMC vans. Most times we don't have to tie items down. Taking seats in and out is a two (strong) man job. I'm told the comfort in the back is good. My daughter's soccer team has adopted this van as their mascot. They like the privacy glass windows. I ordered the extra insulation package and it's still noisey inside. I bought an Avery berber floor mat and it quieted things down a bit. It's cool in a weird way.
Good driving dynamics. Strong brakes. Lot's of space. Distinctive style. Quality of construction. Long distance between fill ups. Comfort Seats option awesome. Upgrade mirrors are a must.
Tilt wheel! More sound proofing. Smoother ride in passenger version. AWD option. Stronger interior lights.
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