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PSA Groupe brands Peugeot and Citroën have joined LCV rivals with a scrappage offer for older part-exchange vehicles against selected new vans.
PSA Group is increasing promotional activity for its electric vans – the Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo – to grow its urban fleet presence.
PSA Partners Peugeot and Citroen have unveiled longer wheelbase versions of their respective Expert and Dispatch vans at the CV Show 2017.
Momentum is growing for the CV Show, with more manufacturers announcing their stands at the Birmingham NEC event on 25th to 27th April including...
Citroën has revealed the all-electric E-Berlingo Multispace, the latest addition to the Multispace range, which in turn is based on the Berlingo van.
PSA partners Peugeot and Citroen have launched longer-wheelbase versions of their small electric vans, with the new models set to debut at the 2017 CV Show.
November 2016 was a record-breaking month for light commercial vehicle (LCV) registrations, according to the latest results published by SMMT today.
New light commercial vehicle registrations fell by 4.5 per cent in October compared to last year, according to latest figures released today.
Citroen has asked its World Rally Championship star Kris Meeke to put the new Dispatch van through its paces on a specially-prepared rally stage.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Vans dominate the stands at the CV Show as the event opens its doors at the NEC, and the growth of online shopping is being cited as a major reason.
Leading the unveilings at the CV Show are the trio of mid-sized vans built in a joint programme by Citroën, Peugeot and Toyota.
Citroën is to debut its all-new Dispatch van at the CV Show later this month. The global reveal of the van will rival that of the Toyota Proace.
Fiat is refreshing its Fiorino small van, with a series of styling and mechanical improvements. Fiat hope to build on the 370,000 examples sold so far.
Van sales in the UK have held steady in February, virtually matching those in the same month a year ago.
The largest display of new vans for some years will be a major part of the 2016 CV Show. It will be held at the NEC, Birmingham on 26th-28th April.
The UK’s van sales market put the brakes on five months of growth in January, slipping by 4.2 per cent.
Van sales on the UK market slipped slightly in July. The fall, of just under one per cent, reversed a 16.4 per cent rise in June.
Rocketing UK van sales have driven a record half year for CV market. Van registrations for June climbed 16.4 per cent to 35,742 units.
The UK’s commercial vehicle market saw its slowest growth of the year in May – but it was still more than 17 per cent up on the same month in 2014.
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