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Map company A-Z Maps will be hoping its drivers won't get lost in their three new Vauxhall Movanos
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van has entered the emergency service vehicle market thanks to a clever conversion by Burnley-based Pickup Systems.
The Norwegian postal service announces deal for 240 Kangoo Maxi ZEs
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is to return to the CV Show in 2016 after a four year break from the Birmingham show.
The LDV brand will return to the UK next month, following a seven-year absence
Merseytravel, the company that operates the two Mersey tunnels has put three electric Nissan vans in to service with its maintenance teams.
Russian vehicle manufacturer GAZ Group has begun production of its Gazelle Next, offering a 13m3 panel van and seven seat combi van.
Fraikin is to double the size of its mobile servicing fleet over the next two years.
Scottish Wildcat project helped by Volkswagen Amarok pick-up truck
Six new Vauxhall Movano vans have entered service with Essex-based Magnolia Building Services.
The latest free digital edition of Van Advisor is now ready to view or download, and this month we've been across the pond to drive the American version of the Mercedes-Benz Vito.
Volkswagen has increased the number of new Euro-6 engines available in its new Caddy van.
French bodybuilder Gruau, best known for its varied van conversions, has turned its attention to electric vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz has finally released its eagerly anticipated Sport model of the new Vito.
Volkswagen secures third International Van of the Year title for the Euro-6 Transporter T6
The all-new Nissan Navara NP300 has been awarded the International Pick-Up Award 2016 at a ceremony in Lyon
A six-fold increase in sales in just six years has helped Isuzu prosper in the pickup sector
Some UK Caddy and Amarok owners may have to wait 10 months before their vehicles are given remedial ‘service action’
Specialist high volume and low payload body builders Maxi-Low are to introduce a new model on to the market offering greater payloads than a standard panel van.
Volkswagen has admitted that the carbon dioxide levels and fuel consumption figures for some 800,000 cars were “set too low”
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