Owners/Sales People, What Are You Driving?

We have a couple vans and I drive an HHR panel. All vehicles are lettered. I now need another car for a new service tech. I am considering giving the HHR to my lead tech who will be more of a sales engineer or right-hand technical guy. I really do not see him in the field doing much service work, but the HHR does have a basic ladder rack if necessary. Plus its a panel and has no back seat, all storage.

So what do I buy? Should I keep the lettered HHR for myself and buy another van for the new tech?

Or do I buy myself a normal car and not worry about lettering? I feel like the lettering brings some professionalism when doing site surveys versus some guy jumping out of a Maxima.

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