2004 2500 140"cargo l/r
Espar heater fail at 57.000, EGR.. this are peanuts and would not judge base on that. Fix Or Repair Daily is always to happen.
Personally I find Dave's insight very useful. I like hearing about whatever problems sprinter owners have had, and what he likes about the Transit. I'm basically here to gain knowledge and insight, not as a fanboy. Although I am a fan, and just bought a 2nd 2016 Sprinter.So - brand wise, you're happy with your transit and we know it....
.... but repeatedly bash the Sprinter on the Sprinter forum for what ?
Kool AidThe way I see it is. If these Transits are so great of a buy vs a Sprinter. Why is it then Sprinters...
A: sell long before they are even built
B: Are so desirable that the dealer can not keep them on the lot
C: Are used as a comparison tool for all other steel boxes?
I'm not a fan of Walmart shoes
Globally. Ford does not even comes closeKool Aid
FYI 2019 van sales show Transit sold 5 times the number of Sprinters sold. I think you were outvoted.
2019 US Passenger Car Sales Figures by Model | GCBC (goodcarbadcar.net)
Curious. Do you have a link to global van sales figures?Globally. Ford does not even comes close
I'm not at all upset. I don't own a Ford. I service my vehicles so not a big deal to meCurious. Do you have a link to global van sales figures?
I am sure you are aware that the Transit that is manufactured in the USA is not the same as Transits manufactured in other countries. Transits in USA have a version of the Ford F-150 drivetrain. Transit does not even sell a diesel Transit in USA in 2020.
We should get back to the original post where a Sprinter owner was quoted $1600 for a service. I just mentioned that a competitive brand had considerably less scheduled maintenance costs.
If you prefer and are happy with your Sprinter then that is what is important. What I think should not upset you.