At our fleet fuel card company, we know that the perfect vehicle makes even the most difficult deliveries easier. That’s why we’ve put together a list of popular commercial fleet vans that are available today. If you’re in the market for a new fleet of delivery vans, check these out:
The Volkswagen Caddy Delivery Van comes with two different wheelbase sizes, the widest side sliding door in its class, fifteen paint colors, an optional dual-clutch gearbox, and three different engine types (the 1.2-liter TSI, the 1.6-liter TDI, and the 2.0-liter TDI). It also boasts load compartment options up to 148 cubic feet.
Mercedez-Benz has been offering a cargo van called the Sprinter since 1995. Today, it’s available in three different trims with an optional standard roof or high roof. It also comes in a short wheelbase frame, long wheelbase frame, or long wheelbase extended frame. Cargo space varies between 318 cubic feet and 547 cubic feet and each model has a two-stage turbo diesel engine.
Nissan offers three different trims of its NV Cargo Van. The NV1500 offers a 4-liter V6 engine and 234 cubic feet of cargo space. The NV2500 is also available with the V6 engine or the 5.6-liter V8 engine that is in the NV3500. You can also buy the NV2500 or NV3500 in a standard roof or high roof – the high roof model has 323 cubic feet of space.
The Ford E-Series Van is considered one of the most popular commercial fleet vans. It comes in 11 different models with either a 4.6-liter V8 engine, a 5.4-liter V8 engine, or an upgraded 6.8-liter V10 engine. There are two sizes available – the regular and the extended. The regular models boast 237 cubic feet of cargo space while the extended models boast 275 cubic feet.
In addition to the Caddy Delivery Van, Volkswagen also offers a vehicle called the Transporter Delivery Van. It is available with two different wheelbases and an optional technology package (known as BlueMotion) for a “greener” experience. The Transporter boasts low-, medium-, or high-roof lines with cargo space sizes up to 236 cubic feet.
GMC has its own cargo van – the Savana. It’s available in three different trims, nine different paint colors, and either a 4.3-liter V6 engine or a 5.3-liter V8 engine. The van comes in a regular wheelbase or extended wheelbase version and is a rear-wheel-drive vehicle – but buyers have the option to upgrade to all-wheel drive.
Of course – nothing goes better with a commercial fleet van than a fleet fuel card! Give your drivers the freedom to choose their fuel stations while you keep track of exactly where your vehicles are.