A Vanlocator Review: Vauxhall Movano 4×4

December 17th, 2014

Vans have always come in a number of after-market conversions, designed to offer a solution for almost every market niche. Now, however, the manufacturers themselves are getting in on the act and offering a far greater number of factory-fit customisations. Vauxhall is no exception, and the Movano 4×4 is the latest incarnation of this strategy. […]

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A Vanlocator Review: Ford Tourneo Custom L2 2.2 TDCi

December 16th, 2014

Based on the Ford Transit Custom long wheelbase, the Tourneo Custom L2 2.2 TDCi is a van with an excellent pedigree. It has superb build quality, even when compared with the previous Transit models, and this is evident throughout the van. Ford has been taking this recipe and has built it out into a range […]

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A Vanlocator Review: Fiat Scudo Crewvan L2 130

December 15th, 2014

Often when you need to get a job done, you need two things: stuff and people. That is why the crew van is such a clever format. It has extra seating to make sure that you can get your team to the job and also has the load-bearing capacity to ensure that they can bring […]

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New Electric Micro Van Concept from Volkswagen

September 19th, 2013

Volkswagen chose a major car show to show off their new concept commercial vehicle – the International Motor Show in Frankfurt. The company unveiled an electrically-powered van called the ‘e-load up!’ Very clearly a ‘commercial vehicle version of a car, nonetheless it is important that a company the size of VW gets behind the electric […]

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RENAULT LAUNCHES TINY TWIZY CARGO ELECTRIC VAN

July 18th, 2013

Renault has taken the success of their quirky Twizy car and turned it into a van. This means that VAT registered users can reclaim the VAT and, since the Twizy car is unlikely to be used for carrying lots of passengers in the rear tandem seat, the single seater ‘Cargo’ van version may be a […]

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Citroen’s New £249 4-Year Van Servicing Package

July 13th, 2013

Under the banner of ‘Upgrade to Business Class,’ all new Citroën vans registered from 1 July 2013 can now be specified with a new service package. For £249 + VAT, the ‘Upgrade to Business Class’ package* includes the cost of servicing for 4 years/60,000 miles (whichever comes first) and 4 years Citroën Assistance. Scott Michael, […]

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A VW Transporter beats ‘Ring Record

July 11th, 2013

Tuning products supplier, Revo headed to Germany to break the World lap record on the Nurburgring Nordshleife. Back in 2010 Sabine Schmitz set the record for the fastest lap for a commercial vehicle around the Nurburgring in a Ford Transit van, with a respectable 10:08 ‘bridge to gantry’ run. She did however use the slipstream […]

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WIN AN ISUZU D-MAX – (WELSH FARMERS ONLY)

July 11th, 2013

Isuzu UK has renewed its agreement with Fferm Ffactor, Wales’ popular agriculture-themed reality TV show, to be headline sponsor for the fifth consecutive year.  The Japanese-marque will once again supply a brand-new Isuzu D-Max pick-up as the prize for the series’ overall winner. Fferm Ffactor is S4C’s hit television show that aims to find the […]

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IMPERIAL COMMERCIALS IN 13 VW VAN DEAL

July 10th, 2013

A VW Van Centre has secured a major contract in a deal worth £250,000. Derby based Imperial Commercials is providing Digraph transport supplies Ltd with 13 new Volkswagen vans including ten Caddy C20+, one Long Wheel Base and two Short Wheel Base Transporters. The order for the new vehicles was a direct result of Digraph’s […]

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Ford Reveal Prices for New Transit Connect

July 10th, 2013

Ford’s new Transit Connect is now available to order for late 2013 delivery. The new Transit Connect is priced from £13,921 to £19,130.  This is a reduction in list price of up to seven per cent versus equivalent outgoing models. “Ford has made considerable improvements to the fuel efficiency, added smart new loadspace features, and […]

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