See listing and details here:
|2002 Eurovan Weekender Price: $16000|
|2.8L V6. Auto transmission. Gas. No wrecks. 2" hitch. Only body damage is normal dents and scratches, can provide close up photos, mostly from leaning mountain bikes against the van. Interior is in great condition.|
Transmission Oil Change, Filter, Seal replacement 4-25-13
Heater Control Valve replacement 4-25-13
Oil and Filter change drain plug replacement 04-25-13 (217,842 mi)
New Michelin Tires through Discount Tire 4-23-13
Oil and Filter change 07-30-13 (222,525 mi)
New Air Compressor, Serpentine Belt and System Re-charge 07-30-13
New Auxiliary Deep Cycle Marine Battery installed 03-20-14
I am the original owner and have loved traveling in the Eurovan, following good weather across the USA while racing mountain bikes. It has not been driven or stored in salty/snowy areas. 231,000 miles, mostly highway as I do not commute for a "real" job, but travel from state to state for events. This has been an amazing van and the only reason I am selling it is that I am getting a bigger cargo van as a team race van.
New transmission was installed 05-02-08. It was checked over by the VW dealer in Albuquerque, NM last week, everything looks great. Originally VW claimed the transmission fluid was "good for life", that turned out not to be the case and people (including me) ended up having to get their transmissions rebuilt. Since then VW has changed the recommendation to ~40-50,000 miles, this seems to have solved the problem.
Reverse facing chairs have been stored since 2003 and I will get those shipped out when the van sells. Carpets and rear bench seat have been covered since the vehicle was new to preserve re-sale value.
Canvas on pop-top has holes at the rear due to my forgetting to tuck it in so subjecting a small portion to sun damage. I have a quote for new canvas installed, $1000. It wasn't worth it to me to get it fixed.