Peugeot has opened the order books for its new e-Rifter zero emissions van, which is available in two trim levels, with prices starting from £30,375.
Parcel delivery firm DPD has purchased 750 fully electric vans from MAXUS, as part of its commitment to be the most responsible and sustainable city centre delivery brand in the UK.
Iveco has launched an updated version of its well-established Daily model, promising enhanced connectivity, updated engines, pneumatic suspension and 6% fuel savings on previous models.
Orders are now open at all Fiat Professional showrooms for the new Ducato, which has a refreshed exterior and enhanced safety features, with prices starting from £30,885.
Utility provider SSE has introduced four Renault Zoe Vans into its fleet to replace several ICE vehicles, with eight more set to be delivered soon.
Peugeot has announced full specification and prices for its new e-Boxer, the brand’s largest fully electric van.
M Group Services Plant & Fleet Solutions has taken delivery of 40 Volkswagen Transporter 4MOTION all-wheel drive vans fitted with a UK-first conversion by Bott Ltd.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has simplified its Service Plans for its van line up, with a new age-based pricing offer.
Used van sales have surged in April, which shows that the economy is on the road to recovery, according to an online used vehicle supermarket.
The first European customer trials of the new E-Transit will soon be underway, Ford has announced.
The light commercial vehicle market recorded its busiest ever April as 30,440 new vans were registered, with the number of vans registered in 2021 back to 2019 levels, according to new figures.
Facilities management and professional services firm Mitie has ordered 655 electric Vivaro-e vans from Vauxhall.
Vauxhall has introduced new Griffin Edition models across its light commercial vehicle (LCV) line up offering high levels of standard specification.
Demand for LCV racking solutions is increasing, not just for the booming parcel delivery sector but in a variety of industries
Ford has launched FORDLiive, a new connected uptime system designed to help Ford commercial vehicle operators increase their productivity by maximising vehicle uptime.
Translink has taken a major step towards reducing its carbon footprint by striking a deal with Shelbourne Motors to add 100% electric Renault Zoe and Kangoo vans to its fleet of support vehicles.
Renault has introduced its 5 Year PRO+ Promise, which includes additional warranty, service plan and breakdown cover across its LCV range.
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched the new Transporter T6.1 Sportline, with sports styling and technological upgrades.
Technology company Arrival has unveiled more about its electric van, which will be starting public road trials with key customers this summer.
The organisers of the Commercial Vehicle Show have announced that it has been rescheduled to a later date in the year, following the government’s recent announcement of a roadmap out of lockdown.
Isuzu has launched an updated version of its popular D-Max pick-up, which includes new styling, improved off-road performance and new safety features.
British Gas has ordered 2,000 new all-electric Vivaro-e vans from Vauxhall and has introduced plans to never purchase another combustion engine vehicle.
Ford has announced it plans to re-enter the UK ambulance market, with a new Transit ambulance developed in conjunction with industry experts and frontline medical teams under the code name Project Siren.
Dacia has launched the Duster Commercial, an LCV version of its popular Duster SUV offering a cargo area offering 1.5 cubic metres of load space and a range of engine options.
Nissan has unveiled its refreshed NV300 Combi, which includes a new Euro 6D Full compliant powertrain, sharper appearance and a host of new technologies to improve safety and convenience.