The 2009 Sprinter continues to be Dodge's entry in the full-size passenger van market. Both a short-wheelbase (144 inches) and long-wheelbase (170 inches) version can be ordered, and both models can be configured to seat nine to twelve people.
The 3.0L V6 CRD turbo diesel engine produces 154 horsepower with 280 lb/ft of torque and is now the only engine available for the Sprinter. It's paired with a 5-speed automatic transmission with AutoStick, Dodge's manual shifting mode.
Standard equipment includes tow hooks, a full-size spare tire, a tool kit, front and rear mud flaps, rear hinged doors, keyless entry, and automatic temperature control. Previously standard but now offered as options are power heated exterior mirrors. Also available for 2009 is a rear back-up camera.
While the Sprinter comes with a simplified list of standard equipment there is an immense array of options available that includes xenon headlights with washers, auxiliary heating and cooling, a 6-disc CD changer, cargo partitions galore, front power sunroof and 16-inch aluminum wheels.
If the rumor turns out to be true, the longstanding muscle car could stick around even longer.
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Four-wheel traction for those that need it, packed with more aggressive looks.
Well, maybe only because there are so many of them on the road.
The affected SUVs come from the 2014-2015 model years and were part of a previous recall.
A total of 1,960 will be up for grabs across the various trims and wonderfully retro colors.
These specific wheels, when paired with a specific brake kit, interfere with steering components.