2015 Cargo Vans
In the approaching New Year, it may be time for a change and a new vehicle. Of 2015, brand new selections of cargo vans hit the car lots, offering better and faster services for any business.
You can stop renting a cargo van and finally buy your own! Take on any workload and workday with ease while owning the streets as your new vehicle does its business.
Take a look at a few of the ones to come and the features included.
2015 Chevrolet City Express
Offered in two different trims, the 2015 Chevrolet City Express small cargo van can be built to your own specifications, ranging from $20,000-23,000 at suggested retail price.
The LS trim includes driver and passenger doors-sliding doors with two front-door speakers.
With vinyl floor covering, the LS trim holds a 2.0 DOHC I-4 engine with Continuous Variable Transmission, 1 standard power outlet, and traction control with vehicle stability system.
The LT trim includes the features of the LS trim with additional power door locks and windows. The vehicle has remote keyless entry for easy to access and 2 standard power outlets.
It has power exterior heated mirrors, sideview and rearview of the vehicle with rear park assist.
The option of Bluetooth for phone is considered once understood which phones are compatible.
2015 Ram ProMaster City
It’s a sleek cargo van with a design that is guaranteed to catch everybody’s eye, driving on delivery in the city.
Arriving in early 2015, the Ram ProMaster City is ideal for delivery or a mobile workshop. With a capacity to hold up to nearly 2,000lbs, this cargo van can hold up to any standards within 131.7 cubic feet in cargo space.
A standard transmission of nine-speed automatic and the power of 178 HP of 174lb-ft of torque, the cargo van can pull it weight around with no problem.
Efficient and powerful, running on a 2.4L Tigershark Multiair II engine, the 2015 Ram ProMaster City is a new breed.
The 10,000 mile oil change interval and 5-year 100,000 mile warranty is convenient as its 60/40 split rear doors that are not only have adjustable hinges, but can let the doors open at 180 degrees.
2015 Savana Full Size Cargo Van
A starting price of $29,555 retail and trailering 10,000lbs, the Savana cargo van accommodates for any heavy workload like a powerhouse.
Comfortable control with a tilt-available steering wheel, The Savana offers a smooth drive and reliability. The instrument panel displays the information you require, such as fuel level and maintenance monitors.
The Savana’s interior puts everything within reach in a well-organized layout to accomplish any job efficiently.
Remotely access the vehicle as it can start and run from a distance of up to 195ft away for about 10 minutes with the starter system. The feature can be removed.
Lift panels provide easy access for specialized designed storage bins and can be opened with the started system as well.
The vehicle has multiple engine options, as the 260 HP and525lb-ft of torque the most powerful, and is the only full-size van to offer an integrated compressed natural system gas system.
2015 Ford Transit Cargo Van
Engineered to meet any demands, the Ford Transit Cargo Van offers a great deal of features.
With three engines to choose from: a 3.2-liter I-5 Power Stroke Turbo Diesel (120 HP), the standard 3.7-liter V6 (266 HP), and the optional engine of 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6(320 HP).
They are paired to RWD and a 6-speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission. Carrying up to a workload up to 10,360lbs and three different roof heights, the Ford Transit Cargo Van is a powerful vehicle.
A 3 year/36,000 mile warranty, the vehicle had customizable options that include 270 degree swinging doors, voice commands, and anti-lock braking airbags. Powered by Telogis.
Crew Chief allows you to monitor your vehicles along with tire pressuring monitoring and Lane-Keeping System.
These are only a small sum of the models that are scheduled to debut in 2015. The rest are easy to find and may offer other customizations that can be built your liking.
The best of the best cargo vans are arriving and the choices only get better.