The VW Crafter has so many safety gadgets on board that only the most inattentive drivers could possibly crash it.
Fuel efficient, practical and great to drive - the new Combo is a welcome addition to our long-term test fleet.
Build quality was, of course, exemplary and in-cab noise levels were kept well under control
Renault Trafic is a worthy contender in its segment
Its suspension had way too much bounce in it – so much so that I consciously slowed down to keep it calm
The low down torque enables the Master to operate at almost crawling speeds in fourth gear
Master Z.E enters market with few direct rivals
I love that slick auto gearbox – an item that is still fairly rare in the van world
Lightness of touch on accelerator helps post close to official fuel consumption figures
Improved RVs mean that adding the Business Pack almost pays for itself. By Matt de Prez
Range makes the e-Crafter suitable for last-mile deliveries, but at a price. By Andrew Ryan
MAN's TGE van compares well thanks to truck-matching support package, Matt de Prez reviews
Vivaro is an accomplished performer, but higher running costs put it at a disadvantage for fleets, concludes Matt de Prez.
After six months of sterling work we bid a sad farewell to our trusty top-of-the-range Caddy
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.
Running on compressed natural gas could be good for business but UK lack of refuelling points may block progress for the Volkswagen Caddy.
The Renault Kangoo has extended its range by half as much without a drop in payload or cargo volume.
Citroën and Peugeot between them take the lion’s share of the small van market, with the Berlingo and Partner, as discovered in our latest electric van review.
Our first drive of the Volkswagen Crafter has shown it is a game-changing award-winning newcomer, despite its disappointing fuel economy.