July 18, 2019

New Citroën Berlingo and Peugeot Partner unveiled

French manufacturers Peugeot and Citroën have unveiled all-new compact vans for 2019 – each offering new technology, safety and engine updates.

The Selector: Conversions

Buying a panel van can be a complex business, finding the right wheelbase, roof height and load volume for your individual application, that can haul the payload that you need to move. Move into the world of the chassis cab, with the vast range of conversions and bodies available from a variety of suppliers and […]

CV Show preview

The 2018 CV Show may be set against a backdrop of uncertain times, but nevertheless reveals an optimistic and innovative vision for the future of the commercial vehicle sector. In this preview, we present a snapshot of the main players that will showcase their products and services at Birmingham’s NEC.

Peugeot launches Built for Business light CV conversions range

Built for Business is the new light commercial vehicle conversion programme from Peugeot, providing a range of popular conversions carrying a warranty that matches the base vehicle.

Expert Traveller

Peugeot’s Expert transforms well to a handsome people-carrier, reports Dan Gilkes.

Royal Mail signs agreement with Peugeot to purchase 100 electric vans

Royal Mail has signed an agreement with Peugeot to purchase 100 zero-emission Partner L2 Electric vans, to be used by postmen and women on their delivery rounds. 

Peugeot Citroën strengthens its electric offer

The French company is preparing for dramatic growth in electric van sales, reports Dan Gilkes.

‘Long’ Expert completes range

If you’re after a mid-weight van with extra length, Peugeot’s latest Expert is well worth a look. Dan Gilkes reports.

Peugeot Partner vans selected by GSF Car Parts

The UK’s largest independent car parts supplier – GSF Car Parts – has renewed the majority of its local delivery fleet with Peugeot’s Partner van.

Vans galore at CV Show

The focus of the CV Show at the NEC in Birmingham was vans as most truck manufacturers were absent. It was a bumper year for LCVs with a record number of new vehicles unveiled.