2006 Dodge Sprinter 2500 T1N 'Million Mile Engine' High Ceiling 140" Wheelbase 5-Cyl Turbo Diesel, 2.7L 169,XXX miles - not even a quarter into it's life This 2006 Sprinter has a simple, but useful setup. Fully loaded and ready to go! The van can also be a business! Fully tested for rentals and as a personal vehicle through Outdoorsy and RVShare. Off-grid electric system with 400watts of solar supplying a Renogy 3000 watt inverter and 200ah Lithium Iron battery bank. Additionally, the alternator charges the battery while driving and there is a 30amp shore power connection with cord included so you never run out of power. Multiple USB ports and 12v plugins. Plenty of storage underneath (for surfboards or even mountain bike) to not clutter up the main cabin which, being the shorter version of this van, drives like a car but with plenty of power for the highways. It is also incredibly fuel-efficient, this is one of the greatest diesel engines made for long hauls and gets 24mpg! Plenty of power for the highway. This also has an on board computer ECU giving you constant diagnostics on the engine. The interior has a great homey wood feel with a big kitchen and lots of counter space. It's equipped with two 7 gallon tanks - one for fresh water and one for gray, operated by foot pump. Deep stainless sink with brand new faucet with sprayer. There is an extremely efficient pull out fridge/freezer and an 1800watt induction stove. The bed extends lengthwise to a traditional full size, comfortable for 2 people. Lots of extra storage. Insulated with reflectix and thinsulate for next-level comfort. 2 way Maxx Air Fan in the roof helps to keep air circulating. Interior diesel heater with remote can toast the place up in 5 minutes on the coldest nights. In the back you have a portable on-demand hot water shower. Painted with durable rock guard.
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