Frito parks easily in a standard stall or anywhere on the street. Height is an issue. He's nine feet with the antenna, so most parkades are a no-go. There are few parkades on the Burr Trail, however.
As a daily driver, you soon forget you're in a large vehicle, and unlike many drivers, I don't care what I look like or what the vehicle says about my "taste". The view from the driver's seat is spectacular, so traffic and parking are easy because you can see everything. Designed to negotiate narrow European streets, he's very agile.
One benefit that I didn't realize until I'd owned a white van for a while is inconspicuity. He's invisible. Unlike Land Rovers, campers and other large SUVs, nobody notices white vans. Good to know when you've left all your gear inside when you leave the vehicle for a little shopping.
I apologize to all for my thread-dominating Sprinter evangelism. It's just that, they are the Perfect Landscape Photography Support Vehicle. For me, at least.