Crew cab vans are a popular vehicle modification for many businesses. Also referred to as DCIV (Double Cab In Van), a crew cab van has an extra row of seats behind the front seats. This allows five or six workers to travel in the same van.
The extra row of seats takes up some of the load space of the van, though generally most crew cab vans still have plenty of space for tools and equipment. The weight of the additional seats and passengers will also reduce the available load weight of the van.
As you might expect, a five or six seater van lease excels at the specific purpose it was built for – to carry additional crew without needing a second vehicle, while still having substantial payload space.
Crew cabs are available in a range of makes and models, including small, medium, and large vans fitted with DCIV. Van Ninja have chosen some of these vans to feature on lease, based on cost and performance.
Ford Transit Connect Trend
1.5 EcoBlue 100ps DCIV L2 Van
The Transit Connect Double Cab is Ford’s small van lease offering. With the second row of seats fitted, the Connect turns into a 5 seater van leaes. While the load volume is reduced due to the extra seating, there is still room for up to 1.6m3 of cargo.
The crew cab variant has all the features and comforts of the standard Ford Transit Connect, including hill start assist, roll stability control, electronic stability control and electronic brake assist.
This is a great small van for any business that requires a comfortable and spacious transport for a larger crew.
Vauxhall Combo Cargo
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