Vans are a type of box-shaped transportation vehicle used for goods and/or people. Bigger than a common car and comparable in size to SUV’s and trucks, vans can be used for commercial or personal purposes with flexible seating options for each situation. Depending on the country, purpose, or terrain, vans come in a variety of types that include minivans, cargo vans, passenger vans, step vans, and safety vans. Vans have a usage in transporting commuters, for an outing in amusement parks and picnics and visible with schools, hotels, airports, and members of the armed forces. While their primary use is for transporting people or cargo, we can also turn vans into portable homes or as an affordable housing solution, for carpooling, hauling, and for performing installations and repairs.

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Nissan NV200 (2010)
Illustration of a Nissan NV200 Van from the side profile view

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area and ample passenger space that users find to be a smart convenience and offer outstanding utility.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

The Nissan NV200 (2010) was designed in three versions for commercial and passenger use by incorporating more space, comfort, and practicability into a van. It is lightweight with 4 to 5 doors and can be used for leisure activities. The primary attribute of the van is the large cargo area.

The Nissan NV200 (2010) has an overall length of 15.5' (4.73 m), wheelbase of 9.6' (2.93 m), a width of 5.7' (1.73 m), and height of 6.1' (1.87 m).

Nissan NV200 (2010)
Height:
6.1' | 1.87 m
Width:
5.7' | 1.73 m
Length:
15.5' | 4.73 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,280 lb | 1,488 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9.6' | 2.93 m

Model
NV200
Automaker
Nissan
Year
2010
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Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus

The Volkswagen Type 2, also known as the Transporter, Kombi, Microbus, Bus (US) or Camper (UK), is an iconic van introduced in 1949. Popularly connected to the Hippie counterculture movement of the 1960s in America, the spacious Type 2 design gave owners the ability to move large groups of people comfortably and economically even for long-distance road trips. Because of the inherent flexibility of vans and the simplicity of Volkswagen’s design, the Type 2 was large enough to live in and many people further customized both the paint on the exterior and the functionality of the interior for their own needs.

The Volkswagen Type 2 has an overall length of 14’.5” (4.28 m), wheelbase of 7’ 10.5” (2.4 m), width of 5’8” (1.72 m), and height of 6’ 4” (1.94 m).

Multiple dimensioned drawings of a Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus from the side, front, back, and top
The Volkswagen Type 2, also known as the Transporter, Kombi, Microbus, Bus (US) or Camper (UK), is an iconic van introduced in 1949. Popularly connected to the Hippie movement of the 1960s, the spacious Type 2 design allowed users to transport large groups of people comfortably and economically.

The Volkswagen Type 2 has an overall length of 14’.5” (4.28 m), wheelbase of 7’ 10.5” (2.4 m), width of 5’8” (1.72 m), and height of 6’ 4” (1.94 m).

Multiple dimensioned drawings of a Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus from the side, front, back, and top
Volkswagen Type 2 Microbus
Height:
6’4” | 1.94 m
Width:
5’8” | 1.72 m
Length:
14’.5” | 4.28 m
Depth:
Weight:
2,310 lb | 1,047 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 7’10.5” | 2.4 m

Model
Transporter, Kombi, Microbus, Bus (US) or Camper (UK)
Make
Volkswagen
Year
1949-Present

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Volkswagen Type 2 side elevation, front elevation, back elevation, plan

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