This new version of Mitsubishi’s dashing 4x4 truck is much more than just an L200 with a gadget.
It might be small but a great deal of effort has gone into it. Fleet Van drives the chic new Vauxhall Corsavan
Looks and load-lugging go hand in hand with Citroën’s light panel van
The L200 is not very practical for some things – the cut and thrust of city driving leaves it floundering like carp on the riverbank and it takes corners with the assuredness of a drunken ice skater.
Citroen has been using the slogan ‘ready, willing and able’ to sell its vans recently – and after a six-month stay at Fleet News, the Berlingo certainly lives up to this claim.
Oozing with style, driving like a car and bristling with standard safety items, the new Ford Transit has arrived.
Isuzu has revamped its Rodeo pick-up with a new diesel engine, a new five-speed manual gearbox, beefed-up brakes and mild changes to the exterior and interior styling.
Trevor Gelken gets behind the wheel of the new light panel van triplets the Citroën Dispatch, Fiat Scudo and Peugeot Expert
Volkswagen’s new panel van is built for serious business. And it drives as tough as it looks.
It looks like a 40-tonner but weighs in at 3.5. It feels like a truck but drives like a car. And it’s brilliant.
Renault has a plan – and Britain’s van fleets will play a crucial role in making it succeed
I’ve been playing a little game with our long-term test Berlingo in the last couple of weeks called ‘Can I hit 50?’
The gallant little performer that joins our long-term test fleet has been faithfully plugging away on the UK’s roads since its launch in 1995 and has become so common that you can hardly travel a mile without seeing one.
With a stylish new look and host of underbody innovations, there are now even more reasons for fleet operators to choose the Iveco Daily.
With dynamic new looks, car-like road manners and a new set of engines, Vauxhall’s evergreen car-derived van takes the LCV driving experience to new heights.
Citroën has plucked a surprising ace from its sleeve in the panel van sales battleground.
Volkswagen’s new panel van is built for serious business. And it looks as tough as it drives.
We've been locking antlers, arm wrestling and generally behaving like Lord Flashheart from Blackadder in the Fleet News office. The reason for this outpouring of testosterone? Our Mitsubishi L200.
With the launch of the new Ranger, Ford is the last of the major muscle truck manufacturers to significantly upgrade its offering.
The trio of panel vans from Citroën, Peugeot and Fiat, which come off the same production line, have now entered their third incarnation. And the birth has caused a few problems here at Fleet Van
Ford is the last of the major muscle truck manufacturers to significantly upgrade its offering with the launch of the new Ranger.
My colleague Trevor Gelken, from whom I have taken custody of our L200 Warrior, was beginning to warm to it after a month or two in its company.
The Ford Transit, the undisputed leader in Britain’s light commercial vehicle market, is now entering its sixth incarnation, with a host of improvements
Our latest long-term test van is a useful vehicle with fire in its soul
Having spent a week with the latest incarnation of the Citroen Dispatch, I’ve come to the conclusion that this vehicle is rather like Oscar Wilde’s character Dorian Gra