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8151 Hwy 50, Woodbridge, ON, L4H 4Y9
Dealership hours of operation
Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00 PM
Sat 9:00am - 2:00pm
Sun closed

Medium/High-Roof Cargo Vans for Sale

If you are looking for an extensive selection of used medium or high-roof vans or enterprise used cargo vans for sale, come to Palmery Motors. Finding the right high-roof van for your needs can be tough. That's where we come in. Our commercial vehicle specialists will help you find the perfect high-roof cargo van based on your requirements. Our inventory of larger cargo vans includes Ford Transit, RAM ProMaster, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Nissan NV and much more!

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What to Consider When Buying a High-Roof Cargo Van

You might ask yourself which used cargo van to buy or what to look for when you are ready to buy a used cargo van. Most vans look quite similar, they carry big loads, and cost almost the same. But in reality there are some real differences between them. Here are a few factors you might want to take into account before making the purchase.

What is the best cargo van to buy based on what you are transporting?

You might want to consider a test drive with larger objects you normally transport. This will allow you to see how they fit in the van you are interested in and if it's easy to load and unload them.

Cargo vans, despite their relatively comparable appearance, come in a wide variety of sizes. There are large vans and medium-sized ones. Be aware of the difference in height. There are vans with low roofs, normal roofs and tall roofs, and each is made to accommodate various sizes of objects. Short vans are more suitable for drivers in the city, and long-wheelbase vans for those who carry longer objects.

Cargo vans doors


Some cargo vans have doors that only open up on one side. Others have dual side doors, which means that there is one door on each side of the van. Others vans have Dutch doors that are hinged on the side, giving you a total access to the cargo area, while others have a rear lift gate and can hinder loading and unloading of your items.

You might want to test out the doors to find out how easy it is to load your items into your van of choice. If it's troublesome then you may have to consider another model.

Features and power

Different engines use different quantities of fuel and are more or less powerful.
Larger vans, such as the Mercedes-Benz, Ford Transit, Chevrolet Express, and Nissan NV have more power and capabilities.

Vans that are built for the city such as the Ford Transit Connect, RAM ProMaster City and Nissan NV200 and usually offer smaller powertrains but this means that they can't haul as much as their larger rivals.

With a great selection of new cargo vans entering the market with comfort, durability and fuel efficiency improvements, here are a few other things that you should keep in mind when choosing your next High-Roof cargo van:

  1. Fuel-Efficiency & Reliability - Get more mileage for your buck when you buy a high-roof cargo van with higher fuel-efficiency
  2. Customization & Upfitting - Make sure whatever van you decide to purchase that you have the built to upfit the van to your specific work specifications.
  3. Space - Whether transporting larger or smaller cargo ensures that you have enough space to get the job done.
  4. Comfort - Your cargo van doesn't have to just be practical, many of the latest models come with features and comfort options usually only seen on passenger vehicles.

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