Join Date: Feb 2018
Location: BC, Canada
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A high roof van is a common cargo van. As stealthy as they come if you're worried about that. Unless you've got mountain bikes hanging off the back and surfboards on the roof, that is.
Not sure what work you do, but if you spend significant time INSIDE the van, go with the high roof. If you're just carrying long cargo (e.g. pipes, lumber) and would be loading and unloading it from outside like a good old-fashioned station wagon (or a pickup truck for that matter), you could get away with a low roof.
Ordered Feb 2018, arrived Sept 2018. 159-inch WB regular length, high top, 3.6L gas, both driver's and passenger-side sliding doors. Planning to lightly camper-ize it for spontaneous and free-spirited travel!