September 17, 2019

Berlingo shows its mettle off-road

Dan Gilkes sits tight as van is put through its paces.

Citroën puts new Berlingo Van through its paces in world rally stress test

Citroën UK has put its New Berlingo Van to the ultimate test, with a little help from Citroën World Rally crew.

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 […]

New Citroën Berlingo vans join Europcar fleet

Vehicle hire specialists Europcar have added 100 new Citroën Berlingo vans to its nationwide hire fleet, as well as introducing several Berlingo Electric vans.

Road test: Berlingo steps up

If the old Berlingo was getting past its sell by date, Citroën has taken a big step forward with its replacement, says Dan Gilkes.

Vauxhall’s all-new Combo Cargo reaches 4,000 orders

Vauxhall says its all-new Combo Cargo is off to a flying start, with over 4,000 orders taken since the van’s launch in September 2018.

More Citroën vans join Majestic Wine delivery fleet

Majestic Wine, a long-standing Citroën customer, has recently added more of the brand’s LCVs to its nationwide fleet of delivery vans, including a mix of Berlingo L1 850 Enterprise, Dispatch XS and Relay models.

Three’s company

PSA Group’s latest van comes to the market in three guises from its Vauxhall, Citroën and Peugeot brands. Dan Gilkes looks at what’s on offer.

Order books open for all-new Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo vans

PSA Group have announced the UK pricing and specification for the all-new Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo vans, which are available to order now.

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.