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It’s easy to picture a high school sports team crowded onto a school bus, driving to their next away game. High school teams often use school buses as their main method of transportation for games and tournaments, but is that really the best way to travel? At Airport Van Rentals in Toronto, Markham or Calgary, we have a superior option for transporting your team to their away games: the Ford Transit Van 12 Passenger. Here are our top five things that make this transit van a better choice than a school bus.
1. Ergonomic Seating to Prepare You for the Game
Unlike school buses, the Ford Transit Van 12 Passenger is designed to seat everyone safely and comfortably. The interior of the van was designed to accommodate up to 12 passengers, while still keeping plenty of room for your cargo.
Whereas school buses tend to have flat leather seats with no armrests, the seating in the Ford
10 or 12 Passenger Ford Transit Wagon Ford Transit present the modern technology and contemporary looks. All vans and wagons feature either side cargo or sliding doors, as well as rear cargo doors that open up to 270 degrees. The total passenger capacity when properly equipped up to 12 persons.
For more pictures of 12 passenger van check the fleet page.
Two days rentals or less will be at a higher daily rate and subject to limited availability and cannot be confirmed online.
The van rental cost include 150 free miles per day within Toronto, Makham, Mississauga Ontario and Calgary Alberta. Additinal mileage rate is $0.24 per mile.
This transit van may be available at other locations such as Scarborogh, Downtown Toronto, Ajax, Pickring, Hamilton, Oakville, Barrie and Brampton.
There is also 8, 10 and 11 Passenger vans available, that includes some cargo space behind the rearmost seat.
Fuel Economy: City 14/Hwy 19/Comb 16 MPG
Max Seating: 12
Engine: V6, Flex Fuel, 3.7 Liter
Transmission: Automatic, 6-Spd
* Pinpoint nationwide roadside assistance
* Stolen vehicle location assistance
* Auto health predictive diagnostics
Safety: Every Transit Wagon comes with stability control, frontal airbags, front side-impact airbags and antilock brakes as standard. Rear seats have integral three-point seatbelts, and side curtain airbags cover the entire length of the passenger area. A rearview camera, rear parking sensors and lane-keeping warning are optional.