What can i say the van looks good, drives good and the fuel economy is good for a vehicle of its size. I suggest leasing and giving them back. You have to be a millionaire literally when they start to break down. If there are electrical problems like i had only the dealer can fix it and it took them almost 3 weeks. The part also took 1 week to arrive.I can't even imagine they plan on people buying these things to make a living with and it takes them 1 week to get one stupid part. These things are electrical nightmares. Makes no sense to me why they would put all this crazy electronics in a work van. Useless.Van loses power all the time.Check engine light causes this.Never buy one again
I bought this passenger van in May '07. I have just finished a trip from Seattle to Las Vegas. I am doing about 16.6 MPG. It is fund to drive, especially when you pull into a parking lot. People approached me and asked questions about it. There are some problems like rattling noises in the back trunk. when I filled up the tank, there are still two missing bars. I took it the my dealer, they could not fix it yet because it is so new. The machenic told me that he plug his computer and read that my gas mileage is 17 mpg, he corrected to run at 22 mpg. I read some threads on this forum saying that the gas mileage will increase once I finish the break-in period. I give it a 6 overall
Purchased a 2007 Sprinter 144" WB with high roof. Have had vehicle for a week and am getting 22 mpg. Very comfortable and easy to drive. Purchased with rear windows and side window for better visibility. Glad I did. Visibility is very good. This is a great work van with great gas mileage.
Total pain to keep running. I have 48,000 miles and the engine light has been on most of its life taking it in for the 2nd EGR valve replacement next week replaced glow plugs still need a very expensive GP module