We know that buying a used van can be a bit of a minefield. There's so much to think about, because your van is your ultimate business tool; without it your business would struggle. It's vital that you get the right van for the job, and know what to look for when you view and test drive a van.
That's why we've put together a comprehensive guide to buying a used van.
Read the Used Van Buying Guide
Find a van that will work as hard as you do. A quality vehicle is essential for getting the job done, and will give you years of faithful service. At Evans Halshaw, we have a fantastic selection of used vans, pickups and over commercial vehicles available across the UK. Use our search tool to take a look through our site to find vans and commercial vehicles from the industry’s leading brands.
Most vans are tough and reliable workhorses that enable you to get the job done. It's your drive to work, your trade tool, a rolling advertisement for your business and much more. It's important to take the time to find the right used van for your work, at the right price. From the classic Ford Transit which comes in a dazzling number of different variants, to strong and reliable Citroën vans or Renault vans, there's something for every situation in our stock.
There's a wide range of vans to choose from, and you need to make sure that you get the variant that's suitable for the task at hand. A small van is perfect for transporting small items in an economical manner, whereas a refridgerated van is the obvious choice for those transporting chilled foods. Consider what you'll be carrying, as a long wheelbase van is better for longer items, and a high roof van will be perfect for carrying something with some height to it. There are also luton vans which have a cab and rear that are seperate from each other. Consider the weight of what you're carrying, as different vehicles will have different weight capacities. The ease of getting the items in will also need to be considered, so take a look at vans with a tail lift.
Our range of used commercial vehicles includes crew buses, pickup trucks, flatbed trucks, and minibuses. A flatbed or a tipper truck might be the most suitable for the job, or if you want to unload from the side then consider a dropside vehicle. We also have a number of pickup trucks available from the likes of the Isuzu D-Max, Volkswagen Amarok and the near-indestructable Toyota Hilux, all of which come with double cabs for carrying five people and your load.