Spec-sheet brawl: Commuter vans

Which people mover reigns supreme?
by Jason Tulio | Feb 7, 2017


Forget 0-100kph time. Never mind how a car handles the apex on a track or how it conquers off-road terrain. This battle isn't about performance in the traditional gearhead sense. In the real world, it's all about practicality and how well a vehicle can get you from point A to point B. The models listed here won't turn heads for their looks, but they're as useful as they come. Meet the commuter vans

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Commuter vans are utilitarian. They're designed to fit as many people as possible into one vehicle. People movers, in other words. In a country where traffic is a reality no matter what car you drive, these vans are popular among families and businesses alike. In this fight, we've pitted four of the biggest contenders in the class: The Nissan Urvan, the Toyota Hiace, the Hyundai Grand Starex, and the Foton View.

Each variant listed here seats 15 people, has a diesel engine, and is operated by a five-speed manual—like we said, utilitarian. Which of these models do you prefer? Check out our infographics below and tell us what you think. 


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