2014 Promaster 3500 ext. I bought this too lease on with FedEx custom critical. I’m looking at putting around 75 to 80 thousand a year on it. I bought the extended because it allows a 4’ bunk area and still have the 8’6” that FedEx wants on the floor. The stand up room in it is another factor on my decision. The price was right on to that of a Chevy Express. There are some things that I can see bugging me on it however. They missed the comfy seat thing by a mile. I'm 56 years old 6'1" owned allot of vehicles in my day. This is absolutely the worst seat I have ever had in a vehicle and I had a Datsun B-210. The position of it is wrong, the "infinite adjustability they claim is a lie" The wife road in it for 15 miles and said no way would she ride in it much more than that unless she really had to. The seat back does not move from the seat bottom. The angle from the bottom to the back is set at the factory no recline. My lower legs are almost vertical in order to keep some bend in my arms at 10 and 2. If I drop the seat in the front to remove pressure from under my legs and bend my arms the back then becomes almost completely vertical and push’s me constantly forward. Dodge spent absolutely 0 time on the seat. Place your legs vertical with your feet flat on the floor and try to push the gas pedal. Then think about that for 300 miles a day. The seats are very cheap off the shelf crap. I like allot of things about the van but the seats are horrid and the only thing I really hate about it. There are the cup holders they brag about. They’re on the floor! The seat puts you in the roof, your coffee is on the floor now get on the highway with traffic and try to get your coffee. It’s eyes off the road lean forward so you can reach the floor from the sky high seat. It’s almost easier to just hold the coffee until it’s gone. The cup holder on the passenger side is easier to reach however. You can’t put a very tall cup in it because it leans towards the back of the van it doesn’t have a flat bottom in it. Small or medium to go cup is about it. When you step on the gas the cup falls out onto the floor. Bringing that cup holder out away from the dash 3/8’ and make the bottom flat now it works! Raise the cup holder up off the floor. The center cup holders raised up with a compartment under them that opens then one could put a clip board or paper work in there it would be a better use of the space. Look at the express it works. At less than 200 miles a brake started to squeal, now with 600 on it I have at least two squealing. I have a low tire light on and all the tires have 60 psi in them. I try to keep in mind it’s a cheap knock off of the more advanced and very expensive sprinter but some things are just completely over looked by Dodge. The clip board on the dash looks likes a good idea but with seat height and position of the clip board it’s not real practical and hard to reach. I like the way it drives, it feels very stable under you. It brakes very well, turns tight and for a 3500 it rides empty very well. I like the styling inside and out. It was the look of the van on the outside that got me to go look at one. The side windows seem small but do to the ride height in the seat I am at the top of the window. When I lower the seat that may get better. The power seems very good for a 6 cylinder and shifts very smooth. I’d like a turbo option for it though I think that would make the perfect engine for it. I’m getting a little over 17 driving it mixed highway and city. My hope is when it goes over the road that my highway mpg will go into the high 18 area. Grab handles on the windshield pillar would be awesome. The grab handle on the roof that’s almost 7’ off the ground and at the rear of the door opening is a waste of the time it takes to install them and very awkward to use. One on the window pillar would be much better. I’m having issues with the gas pedal as well. When I step on the gas from a stand still it seems like the pedal goes down ½” inch before I get throttle. When the throttle finally comes on it’s like a rocket of the line. I have to take it in to have the low air light looked at I’m going to see if that can be adjusted somehow. I hope to be on the road with it in the next 2 weeks so I will check in as I go. I searched everywhere for someone running one of these over the road and found nothing. Maybe I can be some helpful input for a first time buyer. Would I recommend this van? Yes I would at this time. If Dodge listens to the buyers it will get better.