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First Drive: Does its cheap and cheerful price make the new Dacia Duster a real alternative to buying a used van?
First Drive: It’s the Godfather of large vans in Europe, but have changes to the Fiat Ducato made it even better?
Group Test: Winter driving can be a bit of a challenge in the UK, but what happens when temperatures reach -40C? We test six vans in the Arctic Circle
First Drive: Fiat is back with a new Doblo Cargo range. We take a look at the first right-hand drive models.
First Drive: Nissan takes on luxury transportation with its eNV200 Evalia people mover
First Drive: 7-tonne Iveco Daily. How does Iveco's largest van compare to a 7.5-tonne truck?
First Drive: There is something about the DFSK Loadhopper that doesn’t quite sit well with a UK audience, but should you still consider this unusual Chinese import?
First Drive: Behind the wheel of VW's new Caddy van with Euro-6 petrol and diesel engines and some clever passenger car safety technology
First Drive: Take a guess at how many Corsavans were registered last year in the UK. In fact, lets make it easier; was it a) 900 b) 1,500 or c) 2,400?
First Drive: The Mia U is perhaps the ugliest commercial vehicle you can buy, but is there an electric surprise lurking under its plastic skin?
First Drive: Isuzu’s double-cab D-Max is every inch the modern family 4x4; comfortable to drive and be driven in, smart to look at and built to tackle any off-road scenario.
First Drive: It’s a sector that everyone expects will grow, but the arrival of the Ford Courier in the microvan segment will cause significant upset, particularly for the likes of Fiat, Peugeot and Citroen.
Road Test: Euro-6 engines and even more safety features added to the Sprinter range but will it remain Europe's heavy van of choice?
Road Test: The Renault Kangoo has been quietly going about its business since 1997, notching up 1.6million unit sales in that time, making it the best selling compact van in Europe.
Road Test: Even in standard guise the Fiesta is a head-turning vehicle, but the Sport van we tested is surely every telecoms engineer’s dream work vehicle
Road Test: The Transit Custom stands out from larger vans but can it also cut it in with private buyers?
First Drive: Just like the countries it is sold in, the Canter range is broad and diverse, with a range that extends as far as 8.55 tonnes.
First Drive: The Top Gear presenters are well-known for their attempts to destroy a 1988 Toyota Hilux. Perhaps they would like to try again with a 2012 model?
Road Test: Versatility has been the key to the Transit’s success – a trait that has been brought forward into the new generation
First Drive: Looking cool in Nissan's factory-built NV200 fridge van
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