November 17, 2018

Ford Transit Custom is Britain’s second best-selling vehicle in October

The Ford Transit Custom was Britain’s second best-selling vehicle among all vehicles sold in October, only outsold by the Ford Fiesta.

Ford’s ‘dirty van art’ raises mental health awareness

Ford continued its ‘Elephant in the Transit’ campaign for yesterday’s World Mental Health Day, using van artist Ruddy Muddy to communicate the message of its charity campaign partner, Time to Change.

Transit PHEV delivers the best of both worlds

Interest in electric vans continues to rise as operators look for vehicles able to meet stringent emissions limits in cities. But it is tempered still by range anxiety. Ford’s Custom PHEV aims to address the problem. Dan Gilkes reports.

IAA review: Show sets its sights on the future

This year’s IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover highlighted the industry-wide search for an alternative to diesel, despite the fact that many in the logistics and delivery business recognise that the fuel will be the mainstay of the truck and van business for many years to come.

Ford to sponsor Road Safety Week 2018

Ford is a headline sponsor of this year’s Brake Road Safety Week, the largest road safety campaign of its kind in the UK. The week-long national campaign – coordinated with the support of the Department for Transport – will take place from 19 to 25 November 2018.

Fleets think again to get the right size of van

Fleets are changing the size of the vans on their fleets with many downsizing. According to new research conducted by Arval, 17% of fleets have changed the size of vans they operate in the last year, with 9% saying they had chosen smaller vans while 8% said they had gone bigger.

Relax… you’re in a Custom

Dan Gilkes takes a closer look at the latest changes made to the Transit Custom.

Pick-ups: the popular choice

The popularity of pick-ups has been further bolstered, with the Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux, Nissan Navara and Mitsubishi L200 ranking among the top 10 most desired used vehicles in Britain.

New Ford Transit skeletal chassis cab offers 200kg additional payload

Ford has introduced a new Transit skeletal chassis cab derivative that provides a versatile, low-height platform for a wide variety of body conversions – ideal for applications ranging from general delivery and distribution to removals.

Volkswagen AG and Ford to explore strategic alliance to extend capabilities

Volkswagen AG and Ford Motor Company have announced they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding and are exploring a strategic alliance designed to ‘strengthen each company’s competitiveness and better serve customers globally’.