Vans For Sale - Types And
A step van is a vehicle that is often used for sales. It is
designed to be able to pull right up to a curb, then have
people step up to the van to make their purchases. If you have
ever bought a sweet treat from an ice cream truck, you probably
bought it from a person driving step van. Other popular uses
for these vans are as postal carriers, mobile food stands, and
local delivery trucks. Step vans are usually box shaped, with
large doors that are easy for the driver to step in to and out
of. The following article will describe various step vans for
sale as well as some of their prices.
Chevrolet P30 Step Van—Users like that this particular van,
when being driven, feels much like driving an SUV. The prices
vary on these vans. At the Used Step Van website, you can find
a 1994 edition for $6500, or a 1997 edition for $17,500.
There are also many selections between and around these two
prices and years.
Ford E450 Step Van—This is one of the most popular step vans
for sale that is still in production. The 2011 version sells
for between $41,000 and $42,000, depending on what additional
features you want to have included in it.
Freightliner MT45 Step Van—The Freighliner company has several
step vans for sale. The MT45 is typically 16 feet long. Like
most other step vans, this version has one driver's seat, and
there is a fold-up driver's seat. There are many options you
can have added to the truck, such as shelves installed on the
sides, a desk bolted to the floor, refrigerated units to hold
food items, and even cookers so you can make and sell food
right from the van.
Freightliner MT55 Step Van—The Tool Truck website advertises
several of this version of van. One of them is a 2003 in good
condition, and its asking price is $25,000. This version of the
van is 22 feet long. There are other lengths available.
Workhorse P-30 Step Van—This style of van is especially popular
for use as a tool truck. It can bear the load that tools
usually carry. It has enough space to fit a decent amount of
tools. Some drivers prefer it because, since it is consider a
light duty truck, its parts are more readily available and
easier to find than some of its medium duty and heavy duty
counterparts. Recently, on the Iron Planet website, a 1999
version of this van that had less than 50,000 miles sold for
just under $1,000. At the Truck Paper website, a 2003 version
of this van is being sold for about $22,000.
So, as you can see, prices vary greatly, depending on the age
of the vehicle, who is selling it, where it is being sold, and
its general condition. You can buy a new step van or a used
one. You will be able to find step vans for sale online, at
dealerships, and through individual owners.