Dodge Sprinter Owner's Manuals

Dodge Sprinter appeared on the market in 2003. The model is represented by several variants of commercial vehicles: all-metal trucks, buses and flatbed trucks. The car is presented in two generations. Sales of the second generation started in 2007, and in 2009 it was removed from production.
The car is equipped with several power units. These can be inline four-cylinder engines with a capacity of 1.8 and 2.1 liters, as well as more powerful V-shaped six-cylinder engines with a capacity of 3.0 and 3.5 liters. The powertrains are combined with 6-speed manual or 5 and 7-speed automatic transmissions.
The massive front end inspires confidence and power. The main headlights are slightly slanted and smoothly transition to the fenders. The radiator grille traditionally features the trademark cross. The sides of the car are equipped with plastic linings.
The model can be presented in both passenger and cargo modifications. The manufacturer presented 4-door vans and minibuses.
The car is characterized by a large amount of space in the cabin and cargo compartment. The car can provide not only comfort for passengers, but also enough space for transportation of bulky cargo.
Thanks to the development of engineers, the car feels quite confident on the road, even at high speeds. The diesel engine makes it possible to save as much fuel as possible.
The sliding door is electronically controlled, which makes loading and unloading as comfortable and fast as possible.