What’s the difference between an executive vehicle, such as an executive minibus, and a commercial vehicle?
1. Different purposes
Executive vehicle, such as executive minibus, is also called C-class vehicle, that is, medium and large vehicle, or executive. This type of vehicle is generally a company car or executive vehicle in China. The full name of the commercial vehicle is Multi-Purpose Vehicle, MPV for short, that is, a multi-purpose car, each seat in the car can be adjusted, and there are multiple combinations.
2. Different models
The wheelbase of executive-class cars is generally about 2.8 meters to 3.0 meters. And the displacement is generally 2.4 to 3.2 liters, including some imported models. The displacement of this class of cars may be higher or lower.
Commercial vehicles tend to be miniaturized, and the so-called S-MPV, which is a small commercial vehicle, has appeared. The length of the car is generally between (4.2-4.3)m, and the body is compact, usually (5-7) seats.
What are the executive vehicles, such as executive minibus included?
An executive vehicle, such as an executive minibus, also known as an official vehicle, refers to a motor vehicle equipped by party and government agencies for directional support of official activities. This including confidential communication vehicles, emergency support vehicles, law enforcement duty vehicles. And special professional technology Cars and other official vehicles equipped in accordance with regulations.
“Administrative Measures for Official Vehicles Used by Party and Government Organs”
On December 11, 2017, China Government Network announced that the “Administrative Measures for Official Vehicles Used by Party and Government Organs” issued by the General Office of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the State Council stipulated in Article 3 of Chapter I as follows:
1. Confidential communication vehicles refer to motor vehicles used to transfer. And transport confidential documents and secret carriers, such as an executive minibus.
2. Emergency support vehicles refer to motor vehicles used to deal with emergencies, rescue, and disaster relief
3. Cars for law enforcement duties refer to motor vehicles approved by the central government for law enforcement duties (systems) used for front-line law enforcement and official duties, such as executive minibus
4. Special professional technical vehicles refer to motor vehicles that are fixedly equipped with professional technical equipment and for performing special tasks, such as an executive minibus.