German courier service DHL has gone it alone to design and manufacture its own electric delivery vans rather than buying from existing LCV manufacturers.
Honda has revealed an electric micro delivery van made with 3D-printed body panels and cargo area at the CEATEC connected society exhibition earlier this month.
SsangYong has taken the covers off its new Turismo Tourist campervan at the Motorhome & Caravan Show, which opens at the NEC in Birmingham today.
Fiat is working to position itself as the dominant player in the European motorhome sector with Ducato range updates and a new concierge service.
Renault is celebrating an order of over 300 Master panel vans from Alliance Healthcare, to be used in the delivery of pharmaceutical supplies to nationwide clients.
Volkswagen has developed a new stereo and satnav unit in conjunction with audio specialist Kenwood, which is now available as a dealer-fit accessory across its LCV range.
New LCV registration data for September 2016 has been published today by SMMT, with overall growth of 1.9% over the same month last year.
The popularity of street food has grown substantially over the past few years, as more and more businesses are choosing mobile food units over traditional bricks-and-mortar locations.
Nissan has presented the EnGuard emergency rescue concept vehicle, based on its Navara pick-up truck, at the IAA Hannover Motor Show.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled a new concept van and a broader strategic vision for the future of urban deliveries, dubbed adVANce.
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August saw the highest number of new LCV registrations for any month in 11 years, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Toyota has stepped up its campaign to win the famous Dakar Rally in 2017 with an all-new five-litre V8-powered, rear-wheel-drive Hilux Evo racing machine.
Renault is welcoming the September number plate change with a range of contract hire and hire purchase offers across its van range.
Volkswagen is adding a Sportline model at the top of the new T6 Transporter van range, rolling out over the next few months.
The Nissan Navara range has been equipped with a new 2.3-litre turbo diesel engine range, just ahead of the Euro-6 emissions deadline for new LCVs.
Registration figures for vans and LCVs in July were flat, with a small decrease over the same month last year according to the latest data released today by SMMT.
The popularity of PCP vehicle finance has allowed LCV manufacturers to be sneaky when it comes to forcing you to service your van with their dealer network.
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