We can’t praise the Berlingo highly enough. It has been voted Van of the Year at the Fleet Van awards for the past two years and driving it day to day, it’s easy to
The van on test here is a bit special, being the first of a series of new commercial vehicles that are pure Nissans rather than clones of models from parent company Renault.
The Iveco Daily has new looks, better safety and a host of alternative fuel options put the new Iveco panel van on the road to greater fleet success in the UK.
Fiat has replaced its rather wacky-looking Doblo Cargo with a new model that could well set the standard for small vans in the future.
Snow and ice help to prove just what a capable little van this award-winning Citroën really is.
Fiat’s rather curiously designed Doblo and Doblo Cargo have metamorphosised into a whole new shape for 2010, with a fresh set of engines and class-leading payload.
Ford adds style to substance as well as offering a sleek, stylish appearance, the Ranger is a serious working vehicle
New NV200 light van is the first of a series of LCVs that will see the Japanese firm cutting many of its existing ties with partner Renault
The new Citroën Nemo SensoDrive eases the pressure for city-based delivery fleets and proves to be a sensible urban choice.
Fiat, which has been named most improved van manufacturer at the Fleet Van Awards, has upped the panel van ante with its latest Ducato, offering 25 different models up to four tonnes gvw.
The Caddy Sportline has all the style, grace and practicality of the Maxi but offers less payload and loadspace – and consequently a lower front-end price.
Recently we featured the new Renault Kangoo Compact – this time it’s the turn of the compact’s big brother, which burst on to the recession-hit shores of Britain late last year.
Citroen's new panel van dispenses with the four-wheel drive gear – but it won’t get stuck in the mud.
Volkswagen has treated the Transporter T5 to a midlife revamp, with a re-sculptured front end, new engines and improved comfort and safety.
Nissan is cutting its LCV ties with Renault and going it alone in a search for fleet success.
By the time this long-term report goes online, Renault will have taken back the keys to our long-term Kangoo, and no doubt it will have been a farewell tinged with disappointment.
One of the highlights of my career as editor of Fleet Van occurred back in 2005 when I tested the outrageously powerful Mercedes-Benz Vito 123 for a week.
The pick-up truck market has endured a rough ride in the past couple of years since its peak in 2007, but Ford is hoping to reignite some of that spark with its new Ranger.
An automotive number cruncher told me once that in order to recoup the research and development outlay for a new commercial vehicle, a manufacturer would have to sell at least 100,000 units a year before making a profit.
It’s cool to be in our Renault Kangoo long-termer.