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Kangoo gets Open Sesame door

Renault will launch a new Kangoo van range later this year, boasting a revolutionary side door arrangement.

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Volkswagen Transporter Sportline

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has launched a Sportline version of the latest T6.1 Transporter.

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MAN adds heavyweight to its TGE range

MAN Truck & Bus, one of the heavy truck divisions of the Volkswagen Group, has taken its TGE range of vans and chassis cabs to new heights with the addition of 5.5 tonne models, reports Dan Gilkes.

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Two upgrades and a new model variant unveiled

Nissan has unveiled what it describes as its toughest Navara yet – the OFF-ROADER AT32. Building on the previous limited edition, it is claiming improved fuel economy – and a better drive.

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Toyota steps up its CV offer with Proace City

Toyota is looking to expand in the light commercial vehicle market. Already one of the world’s biggest automotive manufacturers, the Japanese company has never taken much of a share of the van market, despite the evergreen appeal of its Hilux pick-up.

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LEVC hails the arrival of the VN5. Dan Gilkes reports on this latest van launch.

LEVC, the company behind the iconic London black cab, has finally launched its first van, the VN5. Using an extended version of the taxi’s bonded aluminium chassis, with a 400mm longer wheelbase, the VN5 offers a 5.5m3 load volume and a payload of up to 830kg.

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Sure-footed when the going gets tough

Rough-road-capable variants for the Transit and Tourneo ranges are now available from Ford – with exclusive exterior and interior upgrades to ensure they deliver comfort and capability in challenging conditions without compromising practicality.

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Gimme five

Volkswagen has launched the fifth generation Caddy, in both load-hauling Caddy Cargo and people-carrying Caddy Life models.

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Toyota broadens Hilux appeal

Toyota has sold 18m of its rugged Hilux around the globe since its launch in 1968. Its latest generation has come a long way since then.
Dan Gilkes discovers just how far.

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