I have done it, but why. Most passenger vans have windows. They usually have the fancy equipment that there’s no need for. Not saying it’s not right, what’s the point. I wanted a passenger van for just that (passengers) and I love it. Cargo van for equipment.
Ive notice that passenger van are cheaper, sometimes. I found 350 extended transit passenger at carmax around $24k low miles and then found same but cargo, it was about 7k more.. same engine, same transmission... Passengers always seems to be cheaper. That goes for gmc/chevy and nissanwhat’s the point.
ya this is true I have a chevy van i found with low mileage and a transit with a big warranty but more mileageCourse the times I did, it was for the same reason, cheaper. Other than that, they remove carpet. When I done it, I rhino lined of course. Now another advantage is lighting on passenger van. They also have rear air that can help cool down. So, there are pros and cons.