VW announces prices for Caddy passenger carrier
PRICING for the Volkswagen Caddy passenger carrying vehicle has been announced, with the fifth-generation model starting from £23,610.
The new passenger-carrying Caddy is available in standard wheelbase and the longer Maxi size, as well as in higher-specification Caddy Life and Caddy
Musso has plenty of muscle - Ssangyong Musso Rhino Long Bed
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WHAT does the future hold for pick-ups un the UK? It’s never been the strongest market, particularly when compared to countries such as the US, South Africa, Australia and Thailand.
The market offering will get smaller as well following Mitsubishi’s announcement
PSA to electrify compact van fleet
FOLLOWING the launch this year of electric versions of their medium van models (D-Van) and large van (E-Van), the four PSA brands, Vauxhall, Opel, Peugeot and Citroën, will complete their line-ups next year with all-electric versions of their compact van
New driver and maintenance services from Iveco
IVECO has introduced two new services aimed at tailoring servicing costs and improving the driver experience.
A new service plan approach for the Daily range is precisely tailored to the customer’s business and operation. It's a pay-per-use repair and maintenance subscription
Herd Group rolls out fleet management proposition
INCREASING digitalisation and capabilities of new technologies has led Herd Hire to launch a Fleet Management Solution - Herd Connect, which allows businesses to outsource their fleet management from vehicle acquisition, asset and driver management through to de-fleet, refurb and
Don't let your fleet sit idle during lockdown
Ford Transit takes to the Sky
FORD is supplying Sky engineers with 151 Transit Custom PHEVs to contribute to the company’s net zero carbon drive.
Only four months after the vehicle’s UK introduction, Sky has selected the UK’s first one-tonne van with plug-in hybrid technology for zero-emission
Rinspeed's mobile locker concept
DELIVERIES into city centres or the 'last mile' an be difficult at the best of times. Drones or intelligent robots are not cost effective while just-in-time meetings of recipient and delivery vehicle on the streets are unsuitable because it is
By Chris Wright|2020-12-03T09:43:23+00:00December 3rd, 2020|
The fifth-generation Caddy has been redesigned from the ground up, with increased space, more efficient engine options, additional driver assistance systems to improve safety and a new connected cabin to turn the vehicle into a smartphone on wheels.
By Chris Wright|2020-12-02T12:28:49+00:00December 2nd, 2020|
If you are looking for something with plenty of capacity, the ability to get down and dirty on the farm, and at a reasonable price, then the Ssangyong Musso Long Bed Rhino will get the job done – it’s the longest, highest-capacity double cab pick-up available in the UK.
By Chris Wright|2020-12-02T09:16:57+00:00December 2nd, 2020|
New service plan approach for the Daily range is precisely tailored to the customer’s business and operation. It's a pay-per-use repair and maintenance subscription package based on the vehicle data collected through the connectivity box.
By Chris Wright|2020-12-01T10:51:05+00:00December 1st, 2020|
With garages and service centres remaining open, scheduled servicing and MOT visits should continue and not be put off. Coupled with this, daily or weekly vehicle maintenance checks to keep an eye on areas such as fluid levels, windscreen damage, working lights and tyre conditions are very important.
By Chris Wright|2020-11-28T15:17:25+00:00November 23rd, 2020|
Rinspeed is well known for its off-the-wall concepts at motor shows and the heart of CitySnap is an aviation-inspired quick-swap system that has been tried and tested around the world under all weather conditions.
By Chris Wright|2020-11-19T09:41:12+00:00November 19th, 2020|
Van and truck drivers of all ages are prone to poor mental health due to unpredictable journey times, traffic congestion, tight deadlines, a high workload, and lack of social interaction which could exacerbate their mental health problems.
By Chris Wright|2020-11-28T15:21:57+00:00November 18th, 2020|
With pent-up demand from the first UK lockdown and consumers buying to avoid public transport both now declining, trade buyers are wary of paying previous high prices for cars that may now sit on their forecourts for longer and will potentially need to be reduced. This has led to a decline in trade prices across the board.
By Chris Wright|2020-11-17T15:42:25+00:00November 18th, 2020|
Van content theft has, on average, cost businesses £4,250 in the past 12 months. In addition to initial cost implications, logistics businesses also face increased operational costs and potential staff and customer retention difficulties as a result of these thefts.