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  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

    1 May 2006

    It’s sleek, it’s smooth and Mercedes-Benz reckons it’s the safest LCV in the world. Meet the German manufacturer’s brand new panel van.

  • Volkswagen LT MWB high-roof fridge van

    1 May 2006

    The Volkswagen LT may be due to be replaced by the Crafter in a few months’ time, but there are still plenty of reasons to consider it at buying time until then.

  • Citroen Relay 900 2.0 HDi

    1 May 2006

    I believe it was TV motoring presenter Jeremy Clarkson who opined once that the best car safety measure would be to remove all drivers’ airbags and replace them with large metal spikes.

  • Citroen Berlingo

    16 Mar 2006

    The Citroen Berlingo may be 10 years old, but it doesn’t seem to have lost any of its attraction for fleet buyers over the years.

  • Volkswagen Caddy TDI DSG

    1 Mar 2006

    Trying to persuade Britain’s hard-nosed van fleet operators to cough up an extra £1,000 per vehicle for automatic gearboxes in order to make their drivers’ lives easier may sound like an impossible task.

  • Citroen Relay 900 2.0 HDi

    1 Mar 2006

    Can you really buy a pukka panel van for ten grand? Yes you can – and it ain’t half bad either.

  • Volkswagen Crafter

    1 Mar 2006

    The brutish-looking Volkswagen Crafter is one of three brand new panel vans to be launched this year

  • Kia Sorento XE-C

    1 Mar 2006

    For those who need a macho commercial vehicle but don’t want to drive one, the Kia Sorento fits the bill exactly.

  • Mitsubishi L200 double-cab

    1 Jan 2006

    Mitsubishi’s new 4x4 truck not only looks different from its Nissan and Toyota rivals but its power rating sets it apart too.

  • Toyota Hiace 300 GS Xtra LWB

    1 Jan 2006

    Objectivity is thrown to the wind as happy memories of travelling the world are rekindled with the evergreen Toyota Hiace

  • Renault Trafic nine-seat minibus

    22 Dec 2005

    The latest member of the ever-burgeoning Renault Trafic family is this natty nine-seat minibus.

  • Ford Transit SilverBlue

    22 Dec 2005

    If it’s true that life begins at 40, the Ford Transit is the newest kid on the LCV block.

  • Volkswagen Caddy DSG

    8 Dec 2005

    Trying to persuade Britain’s hard-nosed van fleet operators to cough up an extra £1,000 per vehicle for automatic gearboxes in order to make their drivers’ lives easier may sound like an impossible task.

  • Renault Master RWD 3.0 dCi 160 MWB

    24 Nov 2005

    WE’VE had to get in a big supply of Yorkie bars, ready for driving the latest addition to our long-term test fleet.

  • Mitsubishi Fuso Canter

    1 Sep 2005

    The new Mitsubishi Fuso Canter is a vehicle that falls between two stools when it comes to classification.

  • LDV Maxus LWB 2.8 120bhp

    1 Sep 2005

    With a gaggle of superb models lined up against it, LDV’s new contender will have to be more than just good to succeed.

  • Iveco Daily Dropside

    1 Sep 2005

    There are 3.5-tonne dropside trucks galore on the market today but few can match the proportions of the Iveco Daily on test here – it’s massive.

  • Vauxhall Vivaro crew cab long-termer

    1 Sep 2005

    As our long-term Vauxhall Vivaro goes back to its rightful owner, Fleet Van looks back over six months of glorious motoring

  • Nissan Navara

    7 Jul 2005

    Britain's double-cab 4x4 market is set to take a dramatic turn in August with the launch of the new Nissan Navara.

  • Citroen Berlingo dual-fuel

    1 Jul 2005

    Is the Citroen Berlingo dual fuel still a credible alternative to the more conventional diesel derivative?

  • Mercedes-Benz Vito LWB hi-roof

    1 Jul 2005

    Mercedes-Benz has sacrificed good looks for extra loadspace with the hi-roof Vito.

  • Vauxhall Vivaro lwb 1.9 CDTi crew-cab

    16 Jun 2005

    You would think that driving a vehicle which boasts 4.9 cubic metres of cargo space would present no problems getting a week’s shopping back from Sainsbury’s. Well, that’s where you’d be wrong.

  • Vauxhall Vivaro 1.9 CDTi crew-cab

    12 May 2005

    Our trusty Vauxhall Vivaro crew-cab is covered in dirt at present. It’s so mucky that some sexist wag has scrawled ‘I wish my wife was this dirty’ on one of the back doors

  • Fiat Punto van 1.3 Multijet

    1 May 2005

    Don’t be fooled by the diminutive engine in this van. MultiJet technology means 1.3 litres can give more than enough power to push the Fiat Punto van along nicely.

  • Iveco Daily 3.5 Titan tipper

    1 May 2005

    Dainty it is not, but for fleets wanting a behemoth to move both people and loads, the Iveco Titan ticks the right boxes.