? because they’re so trouble free?The ones with diesel engines should go 100,000,000 miles. ?
Is it better than what many had? Yes. I see a fair number of qualifying vans for sale with fewer miles than 120k.120,000 miles limit, will rule most of the involved Sprinters out.
I wonder with all those AEM and recalls, howcome some of those MY reached 600,000 miles
There is a Sprinter Tec in Chicago, driving with over 1 Million Miles.? because they’re so trouble free?
Newsflash… car companies are out to make money, not burn it.
I have to lol when I see people claiming these are 500,000 to million mile engines in their Sprinter for sale ads. I‘m guessing that’s extremely rare, in large fleet maintained, and considerably higher repair incidence and cost as 500k miles in say… a toyota Pickup. I really do wish Toyota sold something like the sprinter, based on their trucks.
As long as it doesn’t look like the nissan van. And ps I’ve never owned a Toyota.
VS30 (907) Sprinters in USA have same diesel engines a earlier NCV3 (906) Sprinters, the OM642 V-6 and OM651 4-cylinder. Only 4-cylinder gas engine was introduced in USA with 2019MY Sprinters. The 2023 Sprinters in USA will get the newer OM654 4-cylinder diesel engines."Model year" 2019 would include the VS30, correct? Seems odd since the VS30 has a different engine that the NCV3 AFAIK. Just wondering since I have a motor home built on a 2019 chassis.
Yes - the 2023 Dealer Ordering Guide has been on the forum since mid-June:Is that confirmed? Maybe I should start putting money away for newer van. Blind spot assistance is what I am missing on my 2015 Sprinter.