The latest van reviews from our team

2015 Nissan e-NV200 Combi Review 5 days ago

Nissan e-NV200 MPV (2015 - ) review

Looking for an all-electric seven-seater MPV? Well, you’d better hope the Nissan e-NV200 is the car for you, because it’s the only one (short of very expensive Teslas) on the market.
Review 3 months ago

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van (2018 - ) review

Even though it remains behind the Ford Transit in the UK sales charts, the arrival of a new Sprinter is an important event for the European van market, and it brings a host of new tech to the class.
Review 4 months ago

Renault Master Panel Van (2018 - ) review

Renault is the first to market with a battery powered large van, but it has taken a few shortcuts in the process. The Master Z.E. isn’t a polished product, but it will work for a few
2017 Mercedes X-Class Review 10 months ago

Mercedes-Benz X-Class pickup (2017 - ) review

The Mercedes X-Class is a one-tonne pickup truck, meaning that rivals include the Toyota Hilux, Mitsubishi L200, Nissan Navara and Ford Ranger. However, it sits at the premium – and more expensive – end of the spectrum, so its closest rival has to be the Volkswagen Amarok.
Review 11 months ago

Mercedes-Benz Vito Panel Van (2015 - ) review

The Mercedes Vito faces up to some stiff competition in the medium-sized van sector, but it brings a selection of quality touches to help it make its case against more popular rivals.
2016 Toyota Hilux pan Review 2 years ago

Toyota Hilux Pickup (2015 - ) MK8 review

Pick-ups appeal to style-conscious buyers wanting an alternative to an SUV, and cost-conscious company car users, so how does the Hilux compare to the Mitsubishi L200, VW Amarok and Nissan Navara?
2016 Ford Ranger ride Review 2 years ago

Ford Ranger pick-up (2015 - ) review

The Ford Ranger is a rugged, no-nonsense pick-up truck that competes with the likes of the Volkswagen Amarok, Nissan Navara and Toyota Hilux for buyers' affections
Nissan NP300 Navara gearbox Review 2 years ago

Nissan Navara Pickup (2015 - ) review

The Nissan Navara is designed to appeal to commercial and leisure users alike. With this kind of duality in its locker, the Navara looks destined to make all other pick-ups seem like antiquated, one-trick-ponies