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  • Box Trucks | Cargo Vans For Sale & Lease

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    Cargo Vans Are Flexible and Capable

    The Cargo van is one of the most versatile pieces of equipment for anyone in the construction, maintenance, or delivery trades. Combining the strength and capability of medium to heavy-duty trucks with the flexibility and security of a van body, the cargo van is available in a variety sizes and capacities. From the popular Freightliner Business Class M2 series of cargo vans to the smaller and flexible Ford E350 cargo van, those who need to transport small to medium sized items in safety will truly benefit from these types of machines. Cargo vans, or box trucks, are characterized by either van or tractor-trailer bodies attached to enclosed cargo boxes. These units range from light duty passenger van-based units to those that more closely resemble big rig trucks. A range of capacities is available.

    Who Are the Big Names in Cargo Vans Today?

    In terms of sheer volume produced, the Freightliner Business Class M2 series of box trucks are class leaders. More biased toward the heavy-duty side than the consumer side, these units are typically powered by either Cummins or Caterpillar diesel engines in the 200 -- 300 horsepower range. Usually matched to either 5 or 6-speed manual transmissions -- or an automatic for those who prefer to skip the chore of rowing your own gears, the M2 offers a lot of truck for the size.

    For those seeking a capable vehicle that offers easy maneuverability and a lower price point, the Ford E350 series of box truck/cargo van is a popular choice. Powered by a range of engines -- the most common being the 5.4L Triton V-8 or the 6.8L V-10, the E350 cargo van provides the tradesman or delivery driver with a modest-sized cargo that feels like a passenger car in operation. Available options include interior features that can enhance productivity, as well as in-box cargo management units that make organizing the van a snap!

    The Isuzu NPR is a wildly popular model -- especially among those who routinely perform short haul trips in urban areas. With a cab-over design, available automatic transmission, and a tight turning radius, the NPR is a fantastic machine for those drivers who are used to operating smaller vehicles. The NPR is a bit less imposing than, say, a Freightliner rig.

    Cargo Vans Are Available to Meet Your Needs

    No matter which cargo van or box truck you select, an important consideration to make is to ensure that the vehicle meets the needs of your business. Flower delivery fleets may not need extreme capacity, but an internal organizing system may help the delivery driver work more efficiently. For those who are frequently hauling furniture to customer's homes, a large capacity box van with significant GVWR and a lift gate may be the answer. We have a massive selection of new and used cargo vans and box trucks available for purchase, rental, or lease. Search now and see how many options are available today!