Why a Ford Van is the Ultimate Class B

Why a Ford Van is the Ultimate Class B

A recent trend online has been to convert vans and buses into livable RVs. Many people choose to use a retired school bus for the extra space, but what if you want something that is going to be easy to drive and that you can take with you into a park and not have to worry about parking? For these people, a class B is the best option. Here are a few reasons why a Ford van from Bedford Park or your area would be the ultimate class B.

What is a Class B?

A class B is a small RV that is completely self-contained in a van. A class C is the large RVs with a truck, or van front end and a class A is the flat-nosed full-length RVs. A class B is easier to drive and park than either off the other options and is cheaper to make if you are doing it yourself since you simply have less space you have to work with to make it livable.

Why a Ford Van?

Ford’s new vans can be ordered as a high-top van which is essential for a class B. If you are going to be staying in your van on your vacation, then you will want to be able to stand up. A normal van is too short, but a high-top will give you plenty of headroom. The Ford vans also have an abundance of cargo space meaning you will have enough room for everything you will need for a week or more in your RV.

Add to this the fact that the entry level engine is a V6 that produces 275 horsepower and you can easily see why a Ford Transit van is the ultimate choice for a class B. It has plenty of cargo space, a powerful engine, and is available as a high-top.

If you are looking for a Ford van in Bedford Park, then contact Hawk Ford. You can check out their inventory at hawkford.com

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