The Magazine for LCV Fleet Operators
Lightning pick-up leads Ford revolution

It may not be coming here, but Ford’s all-electric F-150 Lightning marks an important turning point in the move
to an electric future, says Dan Gilkes.

Read more
Modified market

The UK pick-up market is changing, with a number of manufacturers leaving the sector completely, at least for now.

Read more
Invincible by nature

With a larger engine capacity, Toyota finally catches up with the pack, says Dan Gilkes.

Read more
Lightning strikes

Ford is compounding its position in the UK pick-up sector with the addition of Ranger Thunder, says Dan Gilkes.

Read more
Isuzu D-Max: Picking up sales

Isuzu has updated its D-Max pick-up, with more equipment, improved technology, increased safety and
a refreshed look.

Read more
New D-Max set to capture increased pick-up share

Isuzu has updated its D-Max pick-up, with more equipment, improved technology, increased safety and a refreshed look.

Read more
D-Max tipper conversion

Isuzu is to offer a tipper conversion on its D-Max pick-up.

Read more
Ranger gets in touch with its frugal side

Ford’s Ranger pick-up is one of the biggest sellers in the UK truck market, with a broad range that goes from hard-working single cab utility models through to dual-use luxury Wildtraks. It’s a justifiably popular line-up, offering something for everyone in a well-built, tough truck that is equally capable on or off the road.

Read more
L200 still getting the job done

While it is undeniably true that the humble pick-up has moved up-market over the last decade, with an increasing number of luxuriously-trimmed models on offer from a range of manufacturers, there remains strong demand for a hard-working truck that simply gets the job done.

Read more
Ford Ranger XL

Even with the departure this year of the Mercedes X-Class and Volkswagen’s Amarok, there is certainly no shortage of choice when it comes to top of the line pick-ups. Yet, for those that actually require a working truck, the choice seems to be getting smaller.

Read more