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- 49 Monthly Payments £360
- Total Price £18,530
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- Apr 12.9%
- Term 49 months
- Total Amount Payable £25,578
- Fixed Rate of Interest 12.18%
- Annual Mileage 8,000
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Buying a Large Van
Large used vans offer the maximum load space of any used van. Most have a load capacity of more than a tonne and an extended wheelbase, high roof, and space for extra passengers if necessary. They keep the economy running, ferrying substantial quantities of goods from one location to another.
Makes And Models Of Large Used Vans
There are many makes and models of large used vans for sale. One of the most reliable is the Volkswagen Crafter. This vehicle offers drivers practically everything that they could want, from high build quality to helpful everyday features. Some used versions of the Crafter, for instance, come with electronic steering assist, touchscreen entertainment, emergency braking technology, and the company’s ergoComfort suspension.
Another popular large van choice is the Mercedes Sprinter. Like most of the German automakers' vehicles, the Sprinter comes loaded with technology, especially if you buy model built in the last decade. The payload and efficiency of the van haven’t changed much down the generations, but that’s because Mercedes has found a formula that works and is sticking with
The Fiat Ducato is another popular option. Tradespeople tend to like this van because of its combination of affordability and storage space. It offers 47.9 mpg (which is impressive for a vehicle in its class), and the entry-level 2.0 engine is more than capable of generating 115 bhp. All the engines are Euro6-compliant.
The Renault Master is a popular choice for those looking for something both large, reliable and with a decent interior. The French automaker has been quite smart with the Master, offering options that make it into a vehicle for practically anyone. If you need more space, just get a used model with an extended wheelbase and cargo capacity. If you need to drive it in adverse conditions, then choose the all-wheel-drive version. If you need a powerful engine, then just upgrade it. The Master has it all.
Is A Used Large Van Right For You?
While there are many models from which you can choose, settling on a used van that meets your needs is easier said than done.
Whether you choose a new or used large van depends primarily on your budget. If you have a modest budget, buying used from a reputable dealership is a great option. Both the upfront and monthly costs for a used large van can be substantially lower than if you buy brand new. What’s more, manufacturers know that commercial vehicles sometimes have to take a beating, so they often over-engineer them to ensure that they last. You can buy a van that is five years old and still look forward to years of service.
You’ll also want to consider the size that you need your van to be. Large vans, as the name implies, provide ample loadspace for people who need to transport large equipment or lots of packages. You’ll also need to consider the payload capacity of the vehicle (meaning how much weight it can carry). Some large vans, for instance, won’t take more than a couple of tonnes. Others will happily accommodate more than seven.
Ultimately, only you know whether you will benefit from a large van. If you’re struggling to fit all of the things you need for work into a city van or even a medium-sized van, then you could benefit from used large vans for sale. Contact our team at Motor Match, or visit one of our dealerships for more information.