Last year, Ford revealed the Fiesta Van at The Commercial Vehicle Show, dressed to impress in an ST-Line inspired trim. Here’s what the Sport Van has to offer.
Starting at the back, the Fiesta loses the rear seats to create one cubic metre of loading space, able to carry a maximum of 500kg – only 160kg less than the Transit Courier’s capacity. It also comes with Ford’s Live Traffic system, providing the driver with real-time traffic information.
The ultimate selling point for the Sport Van is the sportier handling and styling. ST-Line features bring sportier bumpers, a rear spoiler and 18” alloys for an aggressive style. Inside, sports seats are standard, as well as a host of technology to make any commute simple and comfortable.
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Citroen Berlingo Van wins International Van of the Year 2019 award after major update.
The new Citroen Berlingo Van won the International Van of the Year 2019 award following a major redesign. The new-style Berlingo will start making appearances in Britain in Q4 of 2018, offering a range of new updates designed to improve everyday life with the van.
The bonnet has been shortened and heightened, and there will be two sizes available at launch: M and XL, 4.40m and 4.75m in length respectively. They offer payloads of up to 1,000kg on the M category, or 950kg on the XL. Rear wheel arch space has been optimised to carry Euro-pallets.
Four trim levels will be available to choose from: X, Enterprise, Worker and Driver, each with a varying specification: