The height of convenience for cross-Channel ferry travel
Renault Trucks D Range goes zero emission and is a pleasure to drive
Car-derived van offers another way to demonstrate environmental credentials
The VW Crafter has so many safety gadgets on board that only the most inattentive drivers could possibly crash it.
Truck operators will welcome latest revision of a firm favourite
Fuel savings and lower emissions are just a couple of the improvements in MAN’s new range
Daf tridems continue to increase in popularity with the XF480 FAW
Renault D Range shows transport efficiency at 12-tonne operating weight
Startline comes well equipped for fleets.
Three years in service could increase to six or seven
Versatility, manoeuvrability and lower operating costs are all in the TGM’s favour
It’s a ‘traditional standard’ for construction work, but that doesn’t detract from its capabilities.
The C430.32 is an ideal hookloader vehicle with excellent driveline and great space in the cab.
It’s been almost two years since we last drove the eVito and now, a year later than planned, it has finally arrived in the UK.
Unlike most electric vans, there will be no internal combustion engine (ICE) versions and so engineers have designed everything around electrification including the use of composite plastic and aluminium, rather than steel.
The XF has been the tractor “stalwart” for DAF over many years and many guises and will continue to maintain its high presence in the UK truck sector.
Ford’s new Transit Custom Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) offers a 35-mile zero-emission NEDC driving range, and 310 miles total range using a 1.0-litre EcoBoost petrol engine range extender.
Fuel efficient, practical and great to drive - the new Combo is a welcome addition to our long-term test fleet.
The real numbers matter when it comes to the chassis kerbweight and payload, and this is where a 12-tonne truck comes into its own compared with a 7.5-tonner
Build quality was, of course, exemplary and in-cab noise levels were kept well under control