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Best Commercial Cargo Vans for Your Small Business Fleet

Best Commercial Cargo Vans for Your Small Business Fleet

While today's commercial cargo vans share many of the same features, they differ in many areas, as well.
Some excel at hauling and towing, while others offer more interior cargo space. Most come with comfortable, tech-filled cabins, and a good dose of standard safety and driver-assist features. Here's a look at five of the most popular commercial cargo vans on the market today.

 

The Ford Transit

The Ford Transit outsells all other vehicles in its class by a large margin. Ford offers the Transit with
three roof heights, in three lengths, and two wheelbases. Larger Transit configurations hold as much as
2,100 Kg and 13-cubic metres of cargo. Thanks to a standard 275-horsepower 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 engine,
the Transit also tows more than 3,400 Kg. Buyers looking for more power or improved fuel economy may choose an optional 310-horsepower 3.5L EcoBoost V6 or the smaller 3.2L Power Stroke I-5 Diesel.

A six-speed SelectShift transmission comes standard with all options. A comfortable interior, user-friendly SYNC 3 infotainment system, and overall exceptional ride quality combine to make the Ford Transit the most popular commercial cargo van for small business owners on the road today.

 

The Ram ProMaster

 

The Ram ProMaster

Like Ram pickups, the Ram ProMaster comes in three trims - 1500, 2500, and 3500 - with size and price
increasing respectively. A huge cargo area and choice of two engines make the ProMaster a popular
choice with commercial cargo van buyers. The ProMaster's standard Chrysler 3.6-liter V6 power plant
puts out 280-horsepower. An optional 3.0-liter EcoDiesel 4-cylinder delivers 295 lb-ft of torque and
exceptional towing power. With 2,000-kilograms of max payload and an available standing interior height of two-metres, the Ram ProMaster handles larger loads with ease.

 

The Nissan NV

Seating for twelve, which includes 324 possible seating configurations, and up to 4,200 Kg of towing
power, make the Nissan NV a popular choice among commercial van buyers. Nissan also offers the NV
with a 375-HP 5.6L Endurance V8 engine or a more economical 261-horsepower 4.0L V6. The NV also
comes standard with NissanConnect - Nissan's infotainment system - that features Bluetooth connectivity, premium sound, and colour touchscreen controls.

 

The Chevrolet Express

GMC offers the Express with a standard 276-horsepower 4.3L V6 engine. For shoppers needing more
power, Chevrolet offers the Express with a 341-horsepower Vortec 6.0L V8. Those wanting improved
fuel economy can opt for or more economical 4-cylinder diesel. The standard Chevrolet infotainment
system features Bluetooth connectivity, a colour touchscreen interface, and Apple CarPlay and Android
Auto compatibility.

 

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

As expected, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter adds a touch of luxury to this year's class. Mercedes-Benz
produces the Sprinter in four trims - 1500, 2500, 3500, 3500XD, and 4500 - and several sub-models,
which makes customizing an easy task. In 2019, Mercedes-Benz added a 190-horsepower four-cylinder
2.0L gasoline engine to go with the Sprinter's long-time standard 6-cylinder diesel. Other configuration
options include standard or extended wheelbase models, two or four-wheel drive trains, and standard or
high-roof options. As expected, the Sprinter comes with lots of included comfort and convenience
features like Mercedes PRO connect, push-button start, and a rear-view camera (displayed in the rear-view mirror).

 

 

 

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