When choosing a van, its ability to do its intended job properly has always taken precedence over whether it was slightly more costly than another on fuel.
Fiat’s mid-sized van is still cutting the mustard in 2012.
Challenger brings suprising levels of refinement and comfort to pick-up sector.
Chinese pick-up lacks sophistication but edges some rivals on running costs.
High-specification Black special edition keeps workhorse at forefront of sector.
Regular readers will already know that we recently swapped our old Renault Kangoo Maxi for a Compact version – essentially a Maxi with the back end cut off.
The recent bad weather has certainly played havoc with my plans to nudge our long-term Kangoo’s fuel consumption figure.
The Vauxhall Movano has long been a fleet favourite at the heavy end of the market and now with a new model on offer there are even more reasons to choose it.
Despite the fact that I’m on record saying the Vauxhall Vivaro and its twin brother the Renault Trafic are probably my favourite vans to drive, this doughty fleet performer has never won a Fleet News or Fleet Van award since it was launched in 2001.
Fresh Kangoo offers a whole lot of fleet choices - our new long-termer combines chunky looks with low running costs. And five seats too
New upgraded Vito fine-tunes its fleet credentials
Van operators will be able to choose an off-the-shelf electric van from Mercedes-Benz in summer 2011 with the new Vito E-Cell.
By now most readers should know that I’m pretty impressed with the van on test here, the Volkswagen Transporter T5.
One thing is for certain – you won’t miss our Iveco Daily test van if it happens to pass you on the road.
With van sales continuing to struggle, Citroën has upped the spec and dropped the prices of a new range it has labelled Enterprise. But can these vans cut the fleet mustard?
New engines, better build quality and a host of class-leading features make the Doblo a winner.
The new Iveco Daily 4x4 is more than just another off-roader – it’s simply in a class of its own.
Fresh from its maker and sporting a sparkly blue metallic finish and snazzy alloy wheels, this Volkswagen Transporter T5 is the latest vehicle to join our long-term test fleet.
Five and seven-seat Combi targets fleets which need to move people, not goods, around.
The new Transporter T5, a new Fleet Van award-winning vehicle from Volkswagen, is more fuel-efficient, more comfortable and comes with updated safety features.