2020 playbook out

red_johnny

Member
I saw some of the packages were arranged differently. I didn't really look for individual options. But be aware that if you are getting either climate control or the wet wiper system you have to order the rain sensor. Strangely this doesn't come in any of the packages. I am waiting on my wife to confirm that our order is in. We are geographically separated right now (not by choice) so just waiting on word from her. Ordering a 1500 gas high roof darn near fully loaded. The codes below are right but not the description. I abbreviated for myself. Also instead of CO2 you can get CA2 to be used with CO3.
If all goes as planned the build is below.
1500, Gas Passenger---41095
Sunset Red-----------------650
VF6, Leatherette-----------410
B25 Electric Park---------- 269
C00 Comfort---------------262
COS Comfort---------------368
X68 Comfort Plus---------1858
CO1 Drivers----------------994
CO3 Premium Plus--------1966
CA2 Wet Wiper-------------656
JB6 360 Camera------------748
X67 Crome ------------------280
X13 Exterier LED-----------1553
X70 Rear Comfort----------1506
X71 Passenger Ass---------1453
W54 Rear doors--------------347
R98 Black rims----------------79
Q24 Trailer -------------------142
EE3 115V sockets------------120
HH4 Auto climate-------------326
delivery----------------------1195
JF1 Rain sensor---------------102
D03 High Roof---------------2775

TOTAL-----------------------59154
 
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VanGoSki

Well-known member
Any significant changes from 2019?
It's hard to compare because they seem to have gratuitously changed the layout of a lot of the charts in the DOG and equipment books making it difficult to just scan for differences.

One notable addition I found for Cargo vans is EP7, Basic electric fitting for rear loudspeakers. I seem to recall in other threads that it's difficult to hook up rear speakers in Cargo vans otherwise. Maybe folks with existing Cargo vans can chime in. I went ahead and got it in my newly ordered 2020.
 

Fanto

Member
Can I ask why you chose the 1500 over the 2500? Looking to buy a GAS also but spoke to an outfitter and he said 2500 was a must when doing a conversion.


I saw some of the packages were arranged differently. I didn't really look for individual options. But be aware that if you are getting either climate control or the wet wiper system you have to order the rain sensor. Strangely this doesn't come in any of the packages. I am waiting on my wife to confirm that our order is in. We are geographically separated right now (not by choice) so just waiting on word from her. Ordering a 1500 gas high roof darn near fully loaded. The codes below are right but not the description. I abbreviated for myself. Also instead of CO2 you can get CA2 to be used with CO3.
If all goes as planned the build is below.
1500, Gas Passenger---41095
Sunset Red-----------------650
VF6, Leatherette-----------410
B25 Electric Park---------- 269
C00 Comfort---------------262
COS Comfort---------------368
X68 Comfort Plus---------1858
CO1 Drivers----------------994
CO3 Premium Plus--------1966
CA2 Wet Wiper-------------656
JB6 360 Camera------------748
X67 Crome ------------------280
X13 Exterier LED-----------1553
X70 Rear Comfort----------1506
X71 Passenger Ass---------1453
W54 Rear doors--------------347
R98 Black rims----------------79
Q24 Trailer -------------------142
EE3 115V sockets------------120
HH4 Auto climate-------------326
delivery----------------------1195
JF1 Rain sensor---------------102
D03 High Roof---------------2775

TOTAL-----------------------59154
 

pdxkid

currently vanless :-(
Holy Cow! $60K for a 2wd 1500 gasser?!
 

red_johnny

Member
And think if you wanted a van just like his but 4WD? It would cost $74,000!!!
Sobering isn't it?
Indeed it is. So mine is a passenger and I will not be converting it into a camper. There are a few things I will be adding but I think I am plenty safe for weight. Adding overhead shelf's on DS/PS rear and a Vancillary DIY Sprinter Van Headliner Shelf Kit which I will enclose and mount a TV, radio/DVD and AMP. Of course some mood lighting inside the shelf. But that's it.
 

Git

Member
Am I missing anything from my potential build?

2020 sprinter Cargo Van
Length 144
D03 - High Roof
Powertrain V6 Diesel Engine

C00 - Comfort Package
C0S - Comfort Package
X67 - Chrome Grille Package
X13 - Exterior Lighting Package
C01 - Driver Convenience Package
CA2 - C02 in combination with C03
C03 - Premium Plus Package
JF1 - Rain Sensor
JB6 - Parking Package with 360 degree camera
X90 - Deletion of Sprinter badge, left rear door
X93 - Deletion of Model badge, right rear door
ED4 - AGM battery 12V 92 AH 850 A
E36 - Cutoff relay for additional battery
H88 - Rear heater prep
H12 - pre-heater
J51 - Fuel gauge, optimized for aux. fuel tap
D13 - Mounting rails for roof rack
X69 - Swivel Seat Package
Q24 - Trailer Hitch, 5,000 lbs.
QA9 - Half-sided step rear (for trailer hitch)
E2M - Additional battery for retrofit consumers, engine compartment
R98 - Rims painted jet black
B25 - Electric parking brake
F49 - Electrically heated windshield
T75 - Door-mounted assist handles, driver & passenger
T50 - Soft Close Door


Planning on running Espar D2 and D5. Do I need to order H12/H88 to make it easier?
 
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VanGoSki

Well-known member
K51 - Misfueling prevention for Diesel. Could save your engine from being ruined on that one occasion you get distracted and grab the wrong pump nozzle. Being the space-shot that I am, that would most likely be me. For $47, it seems like cheap insurance.

H12 is the Espar D5 which you already show on your build. So not sure I understand your questions regarding that.
 

sanomechanic

Well-known member
K51 - Misfueling prevention for Diesel. Could save your engine from being ruined on that one occasion you get distracted and grab the wrong pump nozzle. Being the space-shot that I am, that would most likely be me. For $47, it seems like cheap insurance.

H12 is the Espar D5 which you already show on your build. So not sure I understand your questions regarding that.
Down sides of H12....Only will run 50 continuous minutes..Does not have thermostat
 

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