The 2015 Ford Transit Van provides impressive cargo space to suit a wide range of commercial needs. The Transit is easy to maneuver, even with a full load of cargo, making it our pick in this important category. The longest model can transport items up to 14 feet long. Contractors can fit 4x8 plywood sheets between the wheelwells. Inside the regular-wheelbase Transit, drivers can fill 247 cubic feet of cargo space with delivery boxes, tools, or job materials. The mid-roof model increases that space to 315 cubes. With the long wheelbase, the Transit offers 278 cubic feet with the standard roof and 358 cubes with the mid-size roof. With the high roof and long wheelbase, the Transit delivers its maximum capacity of 487 cubic feet.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van isn't far behind when it comes to cargo space. The long-wheelbase, high-roof, extended 3500 model offers 467 cubic feet of space. Drivers who don't require as much space may prefer the short-wheelbase, standard-roof 2500 model, which offers 319 cubes.