When you're building or expanding your fleet, we have a long list of commercial fleet vehicles to suit your needs. Here you'll find everything from commercial passenger vans to heavy-duty trucks. Check out some of your options below.
Ford Transit Connect Cargo Van
The Transit Connect is smaller than the standard cargo van, making it nicely suited to downtown deliveries. Its smaller stature also means you'll spend less in fuel than you would with a larger commercial cargo hauler. It even means you'll spend less on up-front costs! On the lot, you'll find two wheelbases and two trim models. The short-wheelbase Transit Connect Cargo Van supplies 103.9 cubic feet of maximum cargo space for you daily hauling needs. Make fewer trips with the long-wheelbase Cargo Van, which supplies 128.6 cubes.
Ford Transit Connect Passenger Wagon
The Transit Connect Wagon is basically the people-hauling version of the Transit Connect. It's a great choice for your city-based taxi fleet because its small size makes it easy to maneuver in crowded or narrow streets. It's available with either a long or short wheelbase, with space for up to seven passengers in the long-wheelbase Wagon.
Ford Transit Van
The Ford Transit is a full-size commercial van. The Transit offers a long list of configurations, making it easy to select the body style that's right for you. There are three weight ratings: the Transit 150, Transit 250, and Transit 350. Each is more capable than the last, hauling max payloads between 2,740 to 4,590 pounds. Choose from two wheelbases and three roof heights for the cargo space you require. The low-roof, standard-wheelbase Ford Transit provides 246.7 cubic feet for your company deliveries. In the high-roof, long-wheelbase van, you'll find 487.4 cubes, essentially saving yourself a trip.
Ford Econoline Commercial Van
The famous Ford Econoline retired after 2014, replaced by the increasingly modern Transit. However, you can get a great deal on a used Econoline, making this commercial van an excellent addition to your company fleet. These models didn't change much over the years, which means easy upfitting for your unique business needs. Transform your Econoline into a service vehicle for your plumbing business or simply utilize one of the many cargo organizers to bolster your delivery service.
This full-size truck also makes a great addition to a company fleet. The F-150 is capable of towing and hauling impressive loads, which vary according to model year, powertrain, and body style. Electricians can load up their supplies and make house calls. It's also a great option for landscape companies, which can use the F-150 to tow and haul the special equipment they need to get the job done.
When the F-150 won't cut it, the heavy-duty F-250 can step in to fulfill your towing and hauling needs. Capabilities vary according to model year, body style, and powertrain, but you can typically count on the diesel-powered F-250 to pull a 25,000-pound trailer. Choose this heavy-duty truck to tow heavy machinery or quadruple horse trailers.
The F-350 is next in line in Ford's F-Series, a heavy-duty truck that offers both diesel and gasoline powertrains. Of all the F-Series trucks, this one has the most hauling potential. Depending on configuration, these heavy-duty trucks can tow up to 7,630 pounds, more than the other heavy-duty trucks. If you transport a lot of weight, the F-350 will help you make the least amount of trips to get the job done. With dual-rear wheels and configuration for gooseneck trailering, the F-350 tows class-leading figures of up to 32,000 pounds.
Towing is the Ford F-450's specialty. As with the other commercial fleet vehicles, ratings depend upon body configuration, powertrain, and model year. But, with dual-rear wheels, diesel power, and a gooseneck configuration, the F-450 tows max loads of up to 32,500 pounds. However, because the F-450 is only available with the spacious crew cabin, it doesn't haul as much as the F-350. Still, it'll carry a big load of bricks, maxing out at 5,320 pounds.
In addition to Ford's excellent commercial fleet vehicles, we also offer a range of used models. Buying used can boost your bottom line, saving you money on the up-front costs of expanding your fleet. We only sell top-of-the-line used commercial fleet vehicles, so you can count on both heavy-duty lifting and a dependable performance.