USED BOX VANS
2017 MITSUBISHI-FUSO 7C15 ECO HYBRID – BOX WITH COLUMN TAIL LIFT – 7.5 TONNE
2013 DAF CF 65.220 – BOX WITH COLUMN TAIL LIFT – 18 TONNE
2013 DAF CF 65.250 – BOX WITH COLUMN TAIL LIFT – 18 TONNE
2009 DAF LF 45.160 – BOX – 7.5 TONNE
2016 DAF LF 220 – BOX WITH TUCK UNDER TAIL LIFT – 7.5 TONNE
2015 IVECO 75E16 – DEMOUNT BOX – 7.5 TONNE
A box van is a type of commercial vehicle that is commonly used for transporting goods and equipment. Box vans are popular among businesses that require a reliable and secure method of transporting goods and equipment. They are particularly well-suited for industries such as logistics, delivery, and moving services. The enclosed cargo area provides protection from the elements and helps to keep the goods and equipment secure during transportation.
One of the advantages of box vans is their versatility. They are available in a range of sizes and configurations, from smaller vans that can be driven with a regular driver’s license to larger trucks that require a commercial driver’s license. Additionally, they can be customised with features such as shelves, racks, and tie-downs to accommodate a wide range of cargo.
Box vans are also a cost-effective option for businesses that require a reliable commercial vehicle. Purchasing a used box van can be an excellent way to save money while still getting a high-quality vehicle. Many used box vans are available for sale with low mileage and have been well-maintained, making them a reliable and cost-effective option for businesses.
A box truck speeds up your operations, particularly in the area of unloading and loading. With access through the side or at the rear, your box lorry makes processes quick and efficient. Cromwell Trucks has a wide range of box trucks for you to choose from, including models from DAF, Mercedes Benz, Iveco, Mitsubishi, and Hino.
Used Box Vans for Sale
Our used box trucks are available on our forecourt in various sizes and weights. We have standard box lorries as well as refrigerated box trucks with both rigid and curved box forms. With each truck for sale at Cromwells, UK businesses can select the form that matches the loads they carry.
Our box vans will keep your goods out of the British weather, protecting them from rain, sleet, snow, and wind. With a range of vehicles including Euro 5 and Euro 6 emissions rated box vans with automatic or manual transmissions; we have what you need.
We hold a large stock of box lorry models, including options for drivers who need a cantilever tail lift, side loading doors, or rear roller shutters. We can direct you towards trucks with the features you might need, such as box vans with sleeper cabs and night heaters. If you can’t see what you need on our website, give us a call, and we will tell you about our latest arrivals.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Box vans provide a secure and enclosed space for carrying a wide range of items, including commercial products, household goods, furniture, appliances, and more. Box vans are particularly popular in the logistics, delivery, and moving industries.
Using a box van provides several advantages. The enclosed goods compartment offers protection from weather conditions, theft, and damage during transportation. The versatility of the space allows for efficient organisation and loading of various items. Box vans are also suitable for branding and advertising purposes, as the exterior can be customised with company logos and graphics.
Box trucks are versatile and can transport a wide range of goods and items. They are commonly used for carrying furniture, appliances, electronics, clothing, packaged products, and other types of items. Box trucks are suitable for both commercial and residential purposes and are often utilised by moving companies, retail businesses, e-commerce deliveries, and transportation services that require enclosed and protected cargo space.
A box van, also known as a box truck or cube van, is a type of commercial vehicle characterised by its enclosed compartment. It features a rigid body with a rectangular or square-shaped box-like structure. The cargo area is typically accessed through rear doors, and the van may have a separate cab or an integrated design.
The size of box vans can vary, but the smallest models are generally classified as light commercial vehicles. These compact box vans often have a maximum gross vehicle weight (GVW) of around 3.5 tonnes, making them suitable for urban deliveries, small-scale transportation needs, or for businesses with limited volume requirements.