Looking for a double cab van lease for your team? Look no further. Van Ninja have road tested a range of 5 and 6 seater vans to find the best crew vans on the market.
Crew cab vans are modified panel vans that are fitted with an extra row of seats behind the driver. This allows up to 5 or 6 people, depending on the van, to travel together. Also called DCIV (Double Cab In Van), these vans also retain a substantial loading area and payload capacity for tools and equipment.
While most manufacturers provide a DCIV modification, we think you’ll prefer the options we’ve listed below. There are, of course, other double cab van leases available, so if you are looking for something else, get in touch. The Van Ninja team will be happy to help source any van you require.
Ford Transit Connect Trend
For a high-performance, small 5 seater van lease, look no further than the Ford Transit Connect. The crew cab is built into the L2 variant, to ensure there is still plenty of cargo space. When the rear seats are not in use, they can be folded flat to make more room for payload.
Heated windscreen and wing mirrors help you get moving on cold mornings, de-misting and de-icing in moments, while brake assist, hill start assist, and auto stop/start take some of the stress out of driving.
The Ford Transit Connect DCIV is highly competitive double cab small van lease. The Trend model listed here is the mid-tier variant, so you’re getting a few extra features over the basic Leader model.
The Vivaro Sportive is fitted with a host of additional features. A driver drowsiness system monitors driver input and send an alert if the controls haven’t been touched for some time. Cruise control, traction control, and brake assistance help you maintain control of the van in all conditions. The cab is fitted with soundproofing against external or payload noise.
Vauxhall Connect, a 7” colour multimedia screen, and a rear parking sensor are also included.
For a medium 6 seater van lease, you won’t find many better priced than the Vauxhall Vivaro Sportive DCIV. Packed with features, this is a great lease deal for your business.
Ford Transit 350
When you need a 6 seater van lease, but still need to move a lot of gear, the Ford Transit 350 should be your first choice. The Transit 350’s payload capacity of 1262kg allows for plenty of equipment, parts or tools, even when fully seated with 6 crew members.
A range of driving assist features are included in this model, including cornering controls, side wind assistance, hill start assist, and more. This large van even has a fold out table for the front passenger seat, turning the cab into a mobile office.
We’ve picked the Ford Transit 350 DCIV as our preferred double cab van lease for a few reasons, but what it really boils down to is a great van for impressively good value.
Electric Crew Vans
If you’re looking to make the switch to electric, but still need a crew cab for your team, there are a few options to choose from.
The most notable is the Vauxhall Vivaro-E, which has a DCIV spec built on an L2 variant. If you’re interested in this van, please contact us. At Van Ninja, we can source any van you might need.