Ford is launching two new style-pitched versions of its Transit Custom one-tonne van, a Colour Edition and new Sports models.
Nissan has put its new NV300 compact van on sale, at prices starting from £21,300. The NV300 replaces the Primastar and gives Nissan a new...
Honda expects commercial interest from the Pioneer, a new utility vehicle dubbed more practical than a quad bike and more manageable than a full-size 4x4.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled two X-Class concepts pointing at the look and very different target markets of the brand’s first-ever pick-up, on sale late 2017.
Van conversion specialist TBC Conversions is reporting major demand for its refrigerated versions of the Volkswagen Caddy and Crafter vans.
Fiat enters the pick-up market with the Fullback, a double-cab which is effectively a rebadged Mitsubishi L200, and all the better for it.
The Volkswagen Crafter has been named International Van of the Year for 2017, winning the award at the same show at which it is launched onto the market.
Volkswagen has unveiled an electric version of its Crafter van at the Hannover Commercial Vehicle Show, the powertrain not compromising load space.
SsangYong has updated its Korando with a new, more powerful diesel engine and transmission, and revived the name of one of the brand's first models sold.
Volkswagen has unveiled its new Crafter large van at an event in Offenbach, Germany. The third-generation model is no longer a joint project with Mercedes.
Peugeot is adding BlueHDi engines to its Boxer van range, completing the roll-out of more powerful yet more efficient Euro 6 engines to its LCV line-up.
Toyota launches the eighth-generation version of its iconic Hilux with the aim of appealing not just to those who need it as a workshop but SUV buyers too.
Fiat hopes to compete against the mighty Ford Transit Custom with its new Talento, a close relation to Renault's Traffic and the Vauxhall Vivaro.
Renault has updated its van range with more specification and Euro-6 emissions-compliant engines.
Fiat announce prices for its new Talento van. Its replacing the Scudo, and is set to compete with the Vauxhall Vivaro, Renault Trafic and Nissan NV300.
UK van sales are continuing to climb, driven by demand for the heaviest vehicles. Registrations of vans in the UK were up for the fifth successive month.
Renault is following Fiat into the pick-up truck market – but whether the new Alaskan will be sold in the UK is still to be determined.
Fiat is upgrading its Ducato and Doblo ranges with new Euro 6-compliant engines. The new powertrains use a Low Pressure Exhaust Gas Recirculation system.
Mercedes-Benz Vans is launching a special edition version of the Sprinter, which is being aimed firmly at retail customers.
Fiat’s first pick-up truck will cost from £20,995. The price for the new Fullback model compares well with the equivalent Mitsubishi L200.
The UK’s van market posted its fourth consecutive month of growth in May, which was up 1.9 per cent on the same period in 2015.
UK van market is continuing to climb, up 11.8 per cent in April. Thanks to the CV Show April, 27,880 new vehicles were registered.
Full details have been released of the latest version of the one major pick-up seemingly not appearing at last week’s CV Show, the Volkswagen Amarok.
Toyota has released prices for its new Proace panel van and Hilux pick-up range. The Proace was unveiled earlier this week at the CV Show.
In the week the commercial vehicle market focuses on the UK and the CV Show, new figures show that commercial production in the UK slid substantially.