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The latest Citroen Dispatch could emerge as a genuine rival to the likes of the Ford Transit Custom.
New Van Review  -The 2017 Nissan NV300

Nissan NV300 ReviewIf you are considering a van this year, and you are courting the Vauxhall Vivaro, Fiat Talento, or the Renault Trafic, then you may want to consider one rival in the form of a Nissan NV300. Built in the same factory as all three of the above in France, it may offer the best choice for the savvy driver looking for a business van lease.

What’s on offer with the Nissan NV300?

Nissan claim that they have decided to go with the new design of the NV300, to match the looks of their retail range of SUVs. The car-like design is continued also on the inside, and is very similar to the Trafic. The NV300 is available to buy in the same car tri [...]

Vw Crafter
If you’re looking at a Van this year, and your options take into account the likes of a Ford Transit, or a Mercedes Sprinter, you might want to have a serious look at the Volkswagen Crafter. This is a sizeable upgrade from the Transporter, so if you require something bigger, and have a thing for VW, it’s definitely worth putting on your list.
Ford Transit
When you think of vans, the first one to spring to mind is probably the Ford Transit. It’s almost the icon of commercial vehicles. The biggest van in Ford’s range, it's powerful, reliable and tough enough to deal with anything. At CVS Ltd we are able to offer this commercial icon for new businesses, or with a bad or poor credit rating.
New Van Review – The 2017 Iveco Daily E6

iveco daily e6If you are looking at upgrading your van, and are considering vans such as the Ford Transit or the Mercedes Sprinter, the Iveco Daily E6 should also be one on the list to check out.

What’s on offer?

Starting strong, there is not another van on the market that can match the Iveco Daily’s 7 tonne maximum gross weight and its 19.6m-cubed maximum load volume; this is in part down to the Daily’s separate chassis and body combination, much like a heavy truck. Unlike its competitors that choose to provide a unibody configuration, separation allows for heavier loads to be carried.

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