Vauxhall Corsavan 2014 Model: Review

May 6th, 2015

The Vauxhall Corsavan has undergone a number of significant revisions over the two decades since it was first introduced – most recently in 2014, when the latest iteration of the supermini platform on which it is based was released. Competing with the likes of the Fiesta van from Ford and Fiat’s Punto van, the Corsavan […]

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Isuzu Rodeo Denver Review | Vanlocator UK

April 30th, 2015

The van market has always been quite diverse, with everything from box vans and Lutons to panel vans and little car-derived runabouts. Then, a few years ago, it got a little more diverse with the entry of the 4×4 SUV-type van. Someone must have noticed that if you stick some panels on the side windows […]

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Toyota Hiace Review | Vanlocator UK

April 30th, 2015

A little like the Ford Transit, the Toyota Hiace is almost an icon in van terms. All around the world you will find Toyota Hiace vans lugging loads and people in the most unlikely and out-of-the-way places. Most of them are pretty long in the tooth too, which is why a used Toyota Hiace might […]

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Should You Take a Punt on a Used Fiat Punto Van? A Review

April 27th, 2015

The Fiat Punto van had something of a quiet life in the years leading up to 2005. It was a decent enough small car-derived van, but perhaps nothing really special. Sales, too, were nothing really special either. In fact, if it’s exclusivity you are looking for in a small van, then the Fiat Punto van […]

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Citroen Relay 35 Dropside Review

April 21st, 2015

Back in 2008, the van sector experienced a bit of a seismic change. New rules came in that meant that the popular 7.5 tonne sector vehicles were required to be fitted with a tacho and also a speed limiter. There were also licensing changes for the driver. Anyone who passed their driving test after 1995 […]

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Mitsubishi L200 Pick Up Review

April 21st, 2015

When a new version of the Mitsubishi L200 was launched back in 2007, most of the press attention was focused on the private sale market. These were butch-looking 4×4 pick-up trucks that looked the part but had plenty of creature comforts inside. With chrome detailing on the bodywork and leather seating in the cabin, these […]

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VW Caddy Maxi Review

April 21st, 2015

Back in 2008 something a little strange happened in the small van market. Perhaps in an attempt to gain a little ground by segmenting the market further, the main players such as Citroen and Peugeot started to launch bigger versions of their Berlingos and Partners. The VW Caddy Maxi is also a result of this […]

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Citroen Nemo 2008 Review | Vanlocator UK

April 17th, 2015

Citroen launched a new version of the Nemo back in 2008, and in doing so they helped launch a new market segment in the shape of the urban light van. The Citroen Nemo had quite a few things going for it in this sector. The purchase price was low and so were the running costs. […]

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Iveco Daily Dropside 2005 Vintage Review

April 7th, 2015

There has never been a shortage of 3.5 tonne trucks, and it wasn’t much different back in 2005. What was different about the Iveco Daily dropsides, though, was its massive size. What we are talking about here is a load area of six feet by 14 feet, so there is definitely no shortage of space […]

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And Now for Something Completely Different: The Tata TL 2.5 4×4 Double Cab Review

April 4th, 2015

Take a look at most modern 4x4s and you will find that they seem more comfortable on the High Street than on the brown stuff. This is the result of the phenomenon known as the SUV ‘crossover’, which has given us cars that look a lot like big and tough off-roaders but don’t actually behave […]

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