When you are shopping for a new commercial van, you might be overwhelmed with automotive jargon. It can be confusing trying to figure out what everything means. Today we’re going to help with some key commercial van vocabulary by taking a look at what the differences are between a crew and passenger van.
What is a crew van?
A crew van is similar to a cargo van, but it has a second row of seating. Essentially, a crew van is a combination of a passenger and cargo van. It is the perfect option for drivers who want both passenger space and an abundance of cargo space. In most cases the second row of seating can be removed to expand the cargo space. The crew van is very adaptable to each day’s adventure.
How big is a Mercedes-Benz passenger van?
A passenger van is the type of van that drivers are most familiar with. A passenger van is designed to transport anywhere from 8-15 people. Mercedes-Benz has a number of models that fall under this category to meet the needs of a variety of drivers. No matter what capabilities you are looking for in a van, Mercedes-Benz has a model for you.
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If you are interesting in learning more about the Mercedes-Benz van lineup, call or visit us today at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead Sprinter. We will be able to answer any further questions you might have. We can even show you these models in person so you can determine which one is the perfect match for your driving needs. We encourage you to schedule a test drive today to get started. You could be driving home in a new Mercedes-Benz before you know it!