The vehicle has been very lightly used and has served as a part-time weekend vehicle for part of the year since 2016, aside from a couple drives to/ from Alaska. It has had one previous owner and upholds a clean title. No accidents. I have records of all maintenance and service records, and also obtain the title and registration. The vehicle isn't 4wd but it manages pretty well in the snow. Average fuel economy runs between 15-19mpg. The buildout isn't exactly worth much but the vehicle itself is. Nonetheless, the buildout is pretty crafty for the space. I've also kept every bolt and all the backseats if one wishes to posses those with the vehicle or put a seat in with the buildout. The buildout gives a buyer the option to host a second person in the vehicle with the foldout bed, but I would recommend removing that little structure and keeping it as a one person getup. All you need is a screwdriver to make that happen. *The images don't display this but there are THREE support legs that get slide into place for the fold out feature. There are absolutely no tools required for this feature. I'm not sure what the approximate weight is exactly for this feature but my partner is 165lbs. and it's been no problem. There's tons of space in the back if you're a simple individual, and I really like the popup feature with the bed where you can store things that you aren't accessing as often. It's also designed so that part of the cubby space can be accessed from both rear sliding door. There is a Thule roof rack installed on the roof (~$1k) so you can toss on a storage box or a bike rack. The rack wasn't $1k... the mounts that needed to be installed on the van so that a rack could be installed is what made it $1k. Anyway, this is for someone who is simple; keeping it low key; and flying under the radar.
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