Delivery trucks are the most massive, compact and light trucks, usually with a lower loading height. Most of the light trucks and vans produced in the world belong to class N1, that is, their total weight should not exceed 3.5 tons (in the USA - up to 4.54 tons), and the load capacity reaches 1.5-1.8 tons. Often Trucks of this type are equipped with an all-metal body such as a wagon of a wagon or a semi-hood layout with sliding side doors of the cargo compartment and swing rear. By the way, it is on the basis of such vans that the majority of modern models of buses of a particularly small class (M1 and M2), also called minibuses, have been made. The American version of delivery vans (mainly postal) with sliding doors of the driver's cab and an increased body height, adapted for quick entry and exit of the forwarder, is called multistop.
The MAZ trademark is known in the CIS and in foreign countries. MAZ cars were delivered to more than 45 countries of the world. Today MAZ supplies its vehicles to most of these markets.