Greetings, we are selling our beloved gasser 2018 Promaster 136" High Roof!

At 56k miles, the vehicle and build is in superb condition; no mechanical issues, repairs, or accidents. This is a fantastic adventure mobile with lots of great storage and off-grid amenities.

The electrical system performs flawlessly. We have almost exclusively cooked breakfast and dinner via induction and also ran a coffee grinder in the mornings. It's remarkable how quickly the lithium batteries charge by solar. And for cloudy or short winter days when the van is stationary, there's a 30a shore power inlet.

Electrical
  • 310W solar
  • 200 amp hours of Lithium (Battle Born batteries)
  • Victron MPPT and Voltage Meter. Both controllable via Blu-tooth
  • 2K Aims charger/inverter
  • 30A shore power outlet
  • Sterling Battery-to-Battery charger for charing via alternator.
  • 12V fuse block
  • Two 120v outlets, four USB, one 12v lighter adapter outlet
Interior
  • CTA seat swivels for both front seats
  • Lowered seat base for driver's seat
  • Fold-away double seat by Suburban seating; removable.
  • Custom all-weather mat for cab
  • Two sets of dimmable LED ceiling lights
  • TF-130 12v fridge
  • Four large 32" full extension drawers
  • Overhead cabinets
  • L-track in the floor and throughout the cabin
  • Modular duffle bag storage that mounts to L-track
  • Complete set of custom window covers by Nightfall
  • Maxx Air Deluxe fan with remote
  • JBL coaxial speakers
  • 17 gallons fresh water storage via reliant jerry cans
Exterior
  • Ceramic thermal tinting on the entire front windshield, as well as tinting on the cabin windows
  • Tern Overland 42" acrylic window in the slider door
  • LED light bar
  • 310W solar panel
  • Roof rack
  • 16" alloy rims, factory
  • Factory tinted rear windows
  • de-badged doors
  • OEM mud flaps

For anyone curious why we are selling our van, the reason is very simple: we bought a house. We didn't live out of this van full time; we only used it in the summer to drive to family out west. Turns out owning a home is expensive, so it is with great regret that we put this van on the market.