September 17, 2019

First pictures released of the all-new MS-RT Transit Connect

South Wales-based performance company, MS-RT, has revealed the first pictures of its all-new Ford Transit Connect.

Satnav ‘breadcrumbs’ tech ensures off-roaders find their way back

Ford has announced ‘breadcrumb navigation’ for its Ranger Raptor, which will enable drivers to find their way back after venturing off-road.

Ford’s blue collar worker

Though perhaps not the case in the UK, the compact van market is by far the largest sector throughout Europe and any manufacturer that wants to be a player has to have a decent offering. Of course, many of those vans are shared, with the PSA Group now including Vauxhall/Opel alongside the traditional Citroën and […]

Ford steps up electric plans with charging deal

Ford is stepping up its move to electric vehicles in the UK and Ireland with a planned partnership with Centrica that would give Ford customers a dedicated home charging installation service and lower energy prices for overnight charging.

Courier flies the flag for sporty compacts

Dan Gilkes reports on Ford’s Transit Courier Sport.

Ford launches scrappage scheme

Ford has launched a new scrappage scheme to take older, less fuel-efficient vehicles off UK roads, replacing them with new Ford models.

Ford identifies most beneficial places to locate EV charging points

In an effort to allay concerns about a lack of convenient charging stations for electric vehicles, Ford have identified the most beneficial places to locate new rapid-charging points.

CV Show 2019: Preview

The 2019 Commercial Vehicle Show will open at the NEC in Birmingham from April 30-May 2. With more than 400 exhibitors, the show is almost sold-out once again, providing an opportunity for van operators to see the latest vans and trucks, along with a wide range of services. The show will incorporate separate Workshop and […]

Fiesta Sport Van lives up to its name

Dan Gilkes enjoys the pace in Ford’s baby.

Give your brakes a break with Ford’s EcoGuide

Ford is introducing commercial vehicle-first technology that will help drivers economise by letting them know when to slow down in good time to avoid hard braking, based on the road ahead.