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5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader

Next phệ pickup trucks, vans are the most utility-packed vehicles you can buy. They’re so common most people would barely give one a second thought on the street. For a change, here are five unique and quirky vans listed on Autotrader that might make you do a double-take.

1. 2002 Dodge B1500 Passenger Van

2002 Dodge B1500 Passenger Van

Unlike Ford and General Motors, which phệ this day still offer variations of their 1990s-era big boxy cargo vans, Dodge unceremoniously killed off its Ram Van in 2003, replacing it with the more European Sprinter in the years that followed. Given that, any Ram Van you see on the road today is somewhat of an oddity, but the 109-inch short-wheelbase 1500 models are especially odd. The one highlighted here is a 2002 passenger model with seats for just five people inside. It’s got barn doors on the passenger side and at the rear, a V6 engine, and according phệ the listing, has even recently received a fresh coat of paint. It comes with 108,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price just shy of $11,000. It’s offered for sale by an independent dealer in Corona, California. See Dodge B1500 models for sale

2. 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase

2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase

Here’s another oddball van that only the discerning car spotter might pick out in a crowd. It’s a 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase. Born out of the Daimler Chrysler era and serving as a replacement phệ the Ram Van, the Sprinter was sold as a Freightliner in the United States from when it launched in 2001 until 2003 when Dodge added a Dodge-badged version phệ the mix. During that first-gen Sprinter’s US run, a relatively-tiny short-wheelbase model was offered in the US in meager numbers. With a wheelbase of just 118 inches, these little vans are more easily maneuvered through parking lots and tight urban environments than their longer brethren. This 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 118 WB is offered at an independent dealer in Austin, Texas, with 115,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $19,950. See Dodge Sprinter models for sale

3. 2013 Mazda Mazda5

2013 Mazda Mazda5

Unlike the other oddball options on this list, the Mazda5 serves in a pretty straightforward minivan application, but it comes with a twist. Two, in fact. The first is that it’s smaller than other minivans and is considered a compact in its home market of Japan, where it was sold as the Mazda Premacy. The second and more exciting quirk of the Mazda5 is that it was available with a manual transmission, something that’s unheard of for a US-market minivan, at least in this century. The Mazda5 we’ve highlighted here is a 2013 model from the Mazda5’s second generation, and it comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s offered by a Toyota dealer in Lompoc, California, with just under 79,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $10,000. See Mazda5 models for sale

4. 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 4×4

1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 4x4

Over the past five years or so, Japanese-market Mitsubishi Delicas have grown popular in the US as gray market imports, given that many of these oddball vans are now 25 years old and thus fair game for registration in the United States. Recently, the newer, more modern L400-generation Delica has become import-legal, which is what we have here. A 1994 model, it packs a small diesel engine and has the equivalent of about 115,000 miles on the odometer. Its most noteworthy attributes are its 4×4 drivetrain, lifted suspension, and oversized tires. The cabin offers room for eight in its current configuration, but remove the back seats, and you’ve got plenty of room for sleeping. This 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 is offered by an independent dealership in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, for $15,499. See Mitsubishi Delica models for sale

5. 2000 Volkswagen Eurovan Winnebago Camper

2000 Volkswagen Eurovan Winnebago Camper

Volkswagen sold the fourth generation of its T4 Transporter van here in the United States as the Eurovan during the 1990s. During that time, Winnebago offered a version of the Eurovan dubbed the Winnebago Camper. Among many things that made the Eurovan Winnebago Camper unique is the fact that it used the long-wheelbase Transporter as its base, while all Eurovan models sold by VW used the short wheelbase platform. The 2000 Eurovan Winnebago Camper highlighted here hails from the end of the Eurovan’s US run, and comes with 97,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $36,000. Find it in Ramsey, New Jersey. See Volkswagen Eurovan models for sale

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  • The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
  • I Hope Chrysler Makes an All-Electric Minivan
  • 7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)


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5 Unique, Obscure, and Weird Vans for Sale on Autotrader

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Next phệ pickup trucks, vans are the most utility-packed vehicles you can buy. They’re so common most people would barely give one a second thought on the street. For a change, here are five unique and quirky vans listed on Autotrader that might make you do a double-take.

1. 2002 Dodge B1500 Passenger Van

Unlike Ford and General Motors, which phệ this day still offer variations of their 1990s-era big boxy cargo vans, Dodge unceremoniously killed off its Ram Van in 2003, replacing it with the more European Sprinter in the years that followed. Given that, any Ram Van you see on the road today is somewhat of an oddity, but the 109-inch short-wheelbase 1500 models are especially odd. The one highlighted here is a 2002 passenger model with seats for just five people inside. It’s got barn doors on the passenger side and at the rear, a V6 engine, and according phệ the listing, has even recently received a fresh coat of paint. It comes with 108,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price just shy of $11,000. It’s offered for sale by an independent dealer in Corona, California. See Dodge B1500 models for sale
2. 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase

Here’s another oddball van that only the discerning car spotter might pick out in a crowd. It’s a 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase. Born out of the Daimler Chrysler era and serving as a replacement phệ the Ram Van, the Sprinter was sold as a Freightliner in the United States from when it launched in 2001 until 2003 when Dodge added a Dodge-badged version phệ the mix. During that first-gen Sprinter’s US run, a relatively-tiny short-wheelbase model was offered in the US in meager numbers. With a wheelbase of just 118 inches, these little vans are more easily maneuvered through parking lots and tight urban environments than their longer brethren. This 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 118 WB is offered at an independent dealer in Austin, Texas, with 115,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $19,950. See Dodge Sprinter models for sale
3. 2013 Mazda Mazda5

Unlike the other oddball options on this list, the Mazda5 serves in a pretty straightforward minivan application, but it comes with a twist. Two, in fact. The first is that it’s smaller than other minivans and is considered a compact in its home market of Japan, where it was sold as the Mazda Premacy. The second and more exciting quirk of the Mazda5 is that it was available with a manual transmission, something that’s unheard of for a US-market minivan, at least in this century. The Mazda5 we’ve highlighted here is a 2013 model from the Mazda5’s second generation, and it comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s offered by a Toyota dealer in Lompoc, California, with just under 79,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $10,000. See Mazda5 models for sale
4. 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 4×4

Over the past five years or so, Japanese-market Mitsubishi Delicas have grown popular in the US as gray market imports, given that many of these oddball vans are now 25 years old and thus fair game for registration in the United States. Recently, the newer, more modern L400-generation Delica has become import-legal, which is what we have here. A 1994 model, it packs a small diesel engine and has the equivalent of about 115,000 miles on the odometer. Its most noteworthy attributes are its 4×4 drivetrain, lifted suspension, and oversized tires. The cabin offers room for eight in its current configuration, but remove the back seats, and you’ve got plenty of room for sleeping. This 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 is offered by an independent dealership in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, for $15,499. See Mitsubishi Delica models for sale
5. 2000 Volkswagen Eurovan Winnebago Camper

Volkswagen sold the fourth generation of its T4 Transporter van here in the United States as the Eurovan during the 1990s. During that time, Winnebago offered a version of the Eurovan dubbed the Winnebago Camper. Among many things that made the Eurovan Winnebago Camper unique is the fact that it used the long-wheelbase Transporter as its base, while all Eurovan models sold by VW used the short wheelbase platform. The 2000 Eurovan Winnebago Camper highlighted here hails from the end of the Eurovan’s US run, and comes with 97,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $36,000. Find it in Ramsey, New Jersey. See Volkswagen Eurovan models for sale
Related:
The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
I Hope Chrysler Makes an All-Electric Minivan
7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)

#Unique #Obscure #Weird #Vans #Sale #Autotrader
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#Unique #Obscure #Weird #Vans #Sale #Autotrader

Next phệ pickup trucks, vans are the most utility-packed vehicles you can buy. They’re so common most people would barely give one a second thought on the street. For a change, here are five unique and quirky vans listed on Autotrader that might make you do a double-take.

1. 2002 Dodge B1500 Passenger Van

Unlike Ford and General Motors, which phệ this day still offer variations of their 1990s-era big boxy cargo vans, Dodge unceremoniously killed off its Ram Van in 2003, replacing it with the more European Sprinter in the years that followed. Given that, any Ram Van you see on the road today is somewhat of an oddity, but the 109-inch short-wheelbase 1500 models are especially odd. The one highlighted here is a 2002 passenger model with seats for just five people inside. It’s got barn doors on the passenger side and at the rear, a V6 engine, and according phệ the listing, has even recently received a fresh coat of paint. It comes with 108,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price just shy of $11,000. It’s offered for sale by an independent dealer in Corona, California. See Dodge B1500 models for sale
2. 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase

Here’s another oddball van that only the discerning car spotter might pick out in a crowd. It’s a 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 Short Wheelbase. Born out of the Daimler Chrysler era and serving as a replacement phệ the Ram Van, the Sprinter was sold as a Freightliner in the United States from when it launched in 2001 until 2003 when Dodge added a Dodge-badged version phệ the mix. During that first-gen Sprinter’s US run, a relatively-tiny short-wheelbase model was offered in the US in meager numbers. With a wheelbase of just 118 inches, these little vans are more easily maneuvered through parking lots and tight urban environments than their longer brethren. This 2005 Dodge Sprinter 2500 118 WB is offered at an independent dealer in Austin, Texas, with 115,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $19,950. See Dodge Sprinter models for sale
3. 2013 Mazda Mazda5

Unlike the other oddball options on this list, the Mazda5 serves in a pretty straightforward minivan application, but it comes with a twist. Two, in fact. The first is that it’s smaller than other minivans and is considered a compact in its home market of Japan, where it was sold as the Mazda Premacy. The second and more exciting quirk of the Mazda5 is that it was available with a manual transmission, something that’s unheard of for a US-market minivan, at least in this century. The Mazda5 we’ve highlighted here is a 2013 model from the Mazda5’s second generation, and it comes with a 6-speed manual transmission. It’s offered by a Toyota dealer in Lompoc, California, with just under 79,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $10,000. See Mazda5 models for sale
4. 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 4×4

Over the past five years or so, Japanese-market Mitsubishi Delicas have grown popular in the US as gray market imports, given that many of these oddball vans are now 25 years old and thus fair game for registration in the United States. Recently, the newer, more modern L400-generation Delica has become import-legal, which is what we have here. A 1994 model, it packs a small diesel engine and has the equivalent of about 115,000 miles on the odometer. Its most noteworthy attributes are its 4×4 drivetrain, lifted suspension, and oversized tires. The cabin offers room for eight in its current configuration, but remove the back seats, and you’ve got plenty of room for sleeping. This 1994 Mitsubishi Delica L400 is offered by an independent dealership in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, for $15,499. See Mitsubishi Delica models for sale
5. 2000 Volkswagen Eurovan Winnebago Camper

Volkswagen sold the fourth generation of its T4 Transporter van here in the United States as the Eurovan during the 1990s. During that time, Winnebago offered a version of the Eurovan dubbed the Winnebago Camper. Among many things that made the Eurovan Winnebago Camper unique is the fact that it used the long-wheelbase Transporter as its base, while all Eurovan models sold by VW used the short wheelbase platform. The 2000 Eurovan Winnebago Camper highlighted here hails from the end of the Eurovan’s US run, and comes with 97,000 miles on the odometer and an asking price of $36,000. Find it in Ramsey, New Jersey. See Volkswagen Eurovan models for sale
Related:
The Sheer Number of Minivans GM Offered Is Astounding
I Hope Chrysler Makes an All-Electric Minivan
7 Outstanding Vehicles for Tailgating (including 2 Minivans!)

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