The used van and double cab pick-up markets have performed well during the last year as average prices rose by £227 (5.2%) and £1,036 (13.5%), respectively to £4,533 and £8,666 between Q1 2018 and Q1 2019.
The Mercedes-Benz X-Class pick-up should be a significant fleet consideration but do the badge and dealer support justify the price tag?
Simon Harris finds the new pick-up X-Class has Navara influences but it’s very much a Mercedes-Benz in terms of equipment and interiors.
The arrival of prestige manufacturers in the pick-up sector is leading to a growing proportion of buyers choosing to run them instead of vans, says Arval.
Mercedes-Benz says new premium pick-up is a rugged, all-terrain vehicle, coupled with the driving dynamics and design you would expect from the manufacturer.
Isuzu has updated its D-Max pick-up truck for 2017 and the highlight is a new engine promising lower emissions and improved refinement.
Still does the job but now ‘built with comfort in mind and the spec drivers want’
Rebadged Mitsubishi L200 offers access to the Fiat Professional dealer network but double-cab versions only
The model which aims to put Nissan back among the 4x4 class leaders
Bigger pick-ups that have recently started to arrive on the UK market could have to abide by light commercial vehicle speed limits.
Order books will open at the end of the month for the Isuzu D-Max AT35 Arctic Trucks pick-up.
Volkswagen has released more pictures and details of its new Amarok pickup, arriving later this year.
Truckman has opened its order book for the new Truckman hardtop range developed for the new 2016 Nissan NP300 Navara.
Fiat's new Fullback pick-up truck, based on the Mitsubishi L200, has been unveiled at the Dubai International Motor Show.
Renault is aiming to enter the one-tonne pickup market globally, as it unveils its 'Alaskan' concept.
Nissan has released pictures and specification of its new NP300 Navara pick-up truck, ahead of its debut at Frankfurt Motor Show.
Mercedes-Benz has announced it will launch a mid-size pickup before 2020.
Every company has different requirements from its vehicles, whether the priority is lowest costs, reliability, or driver appeal.