2017 Ford Transit Connect LWB XLT with 3 years/58k mi warranty+maintenance left Video Tour of Van and additional photos: https://photos.app.goo.gl/rPnDF56UcywcZE9t9 Camping/Living All components except for solar panel are brand new -300W Solar, 1000W Inverter, 100Ah lithium battery electrical system -Electrical monitoring: Victron battery monitor (with bluetooth) Victron solar charge controller (with bluetooth), and remote inverter display mounted to the wall for easy monitoring. -Electrical cable running from car battery to electrical system for optional additional power source (optional, not wired yet) -Ventilation fan (with power-level dimmer switch) -Insulated hinged floor -Fully insulated with Thinsulate -Flip-Up desk (folds flat against wall in storage position) -LED ceiling lights -Storage: hanging organizer with hooks, as well as many threaded and non-threaded holes to build out from or hang from. Commuting -3 years or 58k miles on the warranty + covered maintenance left! -Stealthy (looks like a standard SUV from the outside, easily parks in compact spaces) -Great freeway gas mileage! (27-33 mpg, while fully furnished) -Front and back power windows -Separate passenger, driver, and rear A/C -Backup camera -Leather seats -Great audio system with bluetooth and voice command I bought this van new 4 years ago, and lived in it for 2.5 years while also using it to commute to work. My partner and I had a refrigerator and an induction stove running off the electrical system, and lived in it full-time. Because it's a new passenger wagon, it has a lot of amenities (listed above). Additionally, its clean appearance makes it a perfect van for city life--I lived in the van while teaching in the suburbs, and easily parked wherever I wanted without anyone raising an eyebrow. After my marriage ended, I stripped the van and completely cleaned it out, and rebuilt it to be the way I wanted it. I re-did the electrical system with all new components, but with the same capacity that had supported the refrigerator, induction stove, and charging that I had lived off before. I wanted to make the small space feel as open and clean as possible, so I made sure to do a solid job with the insulation and ventilation to prevent mold, and put in a new floor and made the shelf tuck away into the wall. I’m currently moving into a larger van, so I’m selling this one without having lived in the new version. I left it pretty open-ended--the cloth on the walls and ceiling is just attached with magnets so you can change it out or scrap it. I purposely didn’t cover up the walls in case you want to build more furniture. And although the electrical system is safe (wires and fuses are definitely correct), and it’s worked as predicted so far for both AC and DC, you will probably have to troubleshoot at some point since this is not a system I’ve been living with for years. Window Sticker Details -Rearview camera -Remote keyless entry -Reverse sensing system -Leather wrapped steering wheel -Split driver/passenger A/C control -Hill start assist -Emergency brake assist -Ford Mykey -Securilock pass anti theft -Tire pressure monitor system -180 degree swing-out rear doors -Integrated spotter mirrors -Power, heated, manual fold exterior mirrors -Rain-sensing wipers -2nd and 3rd row seats -Auto-dim rearview mirror -Carpeted floor mats -Dual vanity mirrors -Overhead storage shelf -Power driver seat, 6 directions plus lumbar adjustment -Steering wheel adjustment: tilt and telescopic -6 speed transmission -4-wheel disc brakes -Cruise control -15.8 gallon tank -Full-size spare tire -Power steering -Power windows and locks -Airbags Damage (pictured above) -Scrape over right rear wheel -Driver sunshade needs to be bungee-d up (does not close flat on its own) -One of the passenger air vent wheels is broken.
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