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I hope he's new to the job because anyone with some good experience doing that sort of work would be very careful with calling it a cargo van or passenger van.Funny that the salesman refers to this as a "cargo van" in the beginning . . .
I believe it has been firmly established that the rear bench seat in all models contains the quick release feature.
It really depends on when the computer was set and how they've been driving. If that's all been in town, that's not bad. My Ford Edge will read that MPG if I'm driving around town. Get on the interstate and hit "reset" and it jumps to 22MPG. At 14.5 MPG that van is just about doing what my Edge does only it hauls nearly twice the number of passengers plus cargo.The display says 306 miles to go on the tank and the fuel guage says full, that's only 14.5 mpg. Boy I wish the diesel was available in the 130" 10 passenger model.