A significant advance on its predecessor, Ford’s all-new Ranger pick-up boasts new 2.2- and 3.2-litre Euro 5 Duratorq TDCi diesel engines… Continue reading “Ford Ranger Review & Buyers’ Guide”
Introduced to the UK market at the end of 2011 the updated Transit, regardless of whether it is front-, rear- or all-wheel drive, is powered by a line-up of four all-new 2.2-litre Euro 5 TDCi diesels… Continue reading “Ford Transit Review & Buyers’ Guide”
While Mitsubishi’s L200 has been awarded much of the credit for turning the humble workaday pick-up into a must-have style icon a few years back, at least some of it should go to Nissan’s Navara. Continue reading “Nissan Navara Review & Buyers’ Guide”
While it won’t win any prizes for styling, there’s no denying that Ford’s Transit Connect is a solidly-built workhorse that’s more than capable of tackling a hard day’s graft.
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In recent years much of Nissan’s light commercial line-up has consisted of Renaults with different badges on. The Japanese manufacturer has decided to move away from badge engineering… Continue reading “Nissan NV200 Review & Buyers’ Guide”
Ashwoods started life converting vehicles to run on LPG, and indeed it still does, but it is better known these days for its low-cost low carbon solutions for light commercial vehicles.
Pity poor Hyundai. It timed its return to the UK van market just as the economy plunged into recession; a recession which had a devastating impact on light commercial sales. Continue reading “Hyundai iLoad Review & Buyers’ Guide”
Previewed at this year’s Commercial Vehicle Show, Nissan’s replacement for the Interstar range of large panel vans and chassis cabs is due to go on sale in the UK in November 2011.
One of the most interesting businesses active in the UK’s ecoVan market at present is Glasgow-based Allied Vehicles. Aside from producing taxi conversions and wheelchair-accessible vehicles, it’s fast becoming a major converter of electric vans.