Vehicles aren’t always bought for personal or family use. If you’re looking for a workhorse for your business, commercial vehicles should be your go-to choice. Often built on top of a ladder frame chassis, commercial vehicles are made to be tough in order to withstand punishment on a daily basis.
Commercial vehicles can be used for several functions, whatever business may need it too. Examples for people-hauling businesses come with numerous seating capacity that can even reach up to 18 passengers. Don’t expect too much comfort, though, as commercial vehicles are pretty basic in-cabin amenities in order to keep a certain price point while doing its intended purpose.
Some commercial vehicles also come with multiple body configurations to cater to specific business usages. While there are certain models that are built specifically as commercial vehicles, cab and chassis variants of some pickup trucks are available. Its body can then be configured by the buyers into something that their businesses can use.
Popular commercial vehicles in the Philippines include the Mitsubishi L300, Kia K250, Hyundai H-100, and BAIC Bayanihan. This year, the L300 was resurrected by Mitsubishi with a Euro 4-compliant diesel engine. Suzuki also launched the Carry commercial truck, catering to the needs of small to medium enterprises. Upcoming commercial vehicles include the Isuzu Traviz.