2007 Dodge Sprinter Wagon Values

Select a 2007 Dodge Sprinter Wagon trim level

2007 model year changes

For 2007, the Dodge Sprinter's wheelbases were revised. Gone are the 118-inch, 140-inch, and 158-inch versions, while 144-inch and 170-inch vans are new. Accordingly, cargo capacity is increased. Instead of the 2.7L turbo diesel inline five-cylinder engine that powered the 2006 fleet, a 3.0L turbo diesel V6 is standard. A 3.5L V6 gas engine can now be ordered as well. Other new standard items include power windows, power door locks, halogen headlights, tilt steering, AM/FM stereo with a CD player, and adaptive electronic stability control.

Competitive comparison

Huge family van; comfortable ride.

Special features for 2007

The 2007 Dodge Sprinter continues to offer versatility to those who need to transport both goods and people. It can be configured to accommodate anywhere from seven to ten passengers, and a high roof option adds lots of headroom or cargo space. On the road, the Sprinter drives like it is much smaller than it is. When properly equipped, the Sprinter can tow approximately 8,000 pounds.
Available in three different wheelbases and two varying roof heights, the 2007 Dodge Sprinter Wagon was designed to move people – a lot of people. With a whopping 10 passenger capacity, a 144-inch or a 170-inch wheelbase, and more than 112 cubic feet of cargo room, the Sprinter Wagon can haul, haul, haul. If safety concerns you, the Sprinter Wagon features front/side-body/side-head airbags, ABS brakes, a parking aid, traction control and high-density discharge headlights. Amenities include auto climate control, power mirrors, cruise control and keyless entry.