2007 Dodge Sprinter Cargo 2500 144 WB RWDReview
A Real Trooper! — When Dodge redesigned this van in 2007, they added convenience items such as; a tilt steering wheel with controls for the on-board computer and the radio. In addition, they added climate control for the heating and air conditioning. The seats adjust in numerous ways to give comfort to the driver and passenger. Great for the long haul! It has plenty of get up and go, but is well tamed by the automatic stability control. It'll even straighten itself out if it begins to slide sideways on snow or ice. Seriously!!! You can't do a doughnut in a parking lot! As soon as the wheels break away it begins straightening itself out! It made a believer out of me! Overall, it is a great looking van that you can stand up in, but it won't be winning any beauty contests!!!
Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)
Pros: Read my ratings
Cons: It won't win any beauty contests!
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