Looks nice, but feels cheap
June 12, 2014
We really liked the look of this van. Very different from the rest of the service vans currently on the road. That, coupled with the large size, we thought it would help us stand out from the other companies in the area.
We really love the space in the back. Allows for shelves to be installed and still have plenty of room for products and everything else you could want to put in the back.
Honestly, it drives a lot better than the other vans we have. Great handling, turning, drives smooth...
The problem comes with the build. It feels cheap. We now have just over 3000 miles on it (bought it new a few months ago) and we have had to take it in for service work 5 times already.
First, within the first 3 weeks, the rear sensor just stopped working. Then the display would always state the rear doors are open and then beep at you. Took it in, they fixed the sensor but the door alert still happens.
Next, the passenger door wouldn't open from the inside. Then the back door wouldn't open from the outside. The front headlight filled with water after a heavy rain.
It's not good to get in the van and have to hope and pray that everything is going to work today. They may seem like small things but on a job site, when the doors won't open, that causes some big problems.
If the build was more solid, I would love this van, but I can't recommend it and wouldn't buy another Dodge based on this van.