2018 RAM promaster 3500 extended high top driven over 10, 000 miles a month.
It rides well and I have had no mechanical problems, buying it brand new with 100 miles on it and 6 months later at 74, 000 miles it is still going strong. I haul freight all over the u. S. And Canada. The seats are comfortable, the air and heat work well, and the alerts work, as it let me know there was a tire issue in tune for me to cross over 6 lanes of la rush hour traffic to the outside lane before my tire blew out. Compared to my previous Mercedes sprinter, the view area in the window does not always show cars coming left and right, I have to lean up some. The gas pump clicks off before it is full 80 percent of the time, so I have to know how many gallons I need and manually make sure it is full. I cannot stop continuously while delivering, every fill up counts. The low fuel lights at 60 and goes to dashes at 30, every 1/4 tank mark is roughly 6 gallons. It holds 24. I miss the depth between the floorboard in front and the cargo area, my bed platform is the same, but I have less overhead room and storage. I do like the overhead compartments in this one. It is a struggle sometimes to get the key in and out, and I found out that if my battery goes dead while I am idling the van for heat or air to sleep, I cannot remove the key. The tow truck that came to jump me off explained it is a 'feature'. When your car goes dead in freezing weather and you want to go inside the truck stop to wait, it is unnerving to leave your van unlocked. And that brings me to manual locks. I see none for front or back, I miss seeing the locks on the Mercedes, I felt safer seeing the locks down and knowing for sure it was locked.