Citroen established itself in 1819 and was the first manufacturer to mass produce its vehicles outside of the US and went on to create the concept of a sales and service network. Their range consists of 4 light commercial vehicles, which can be extended to special orders and conversions.
Fiat produced its first commercial vehicle in 1903, and more than a century later they continue to supply businesses with a variety of practical vehicles. They have a choice of 4 vans ready for any necessary conversions you may require and they continue to build on recent success with new and improved models.
Ford are the UK's largest light commercial vehicle supplier and producer of the best selling Transit, offering a variety of Transit models to suit many needs and purposes. In addition to the Transit, Ford have supplemented their range with smaller vans and pick-ups.
Founded in 1975 Iveco build light commercial vehicles right through to HGV and specialists trucks. For their light commercial vehicle, Iveco concentrates their efforts on the Daily, which is a large capacity diesel panel van that is both robust and versatile, allowing it to be adapted for whatever your needs are.
Mercedes constructed their first commercial van way back in 1896 and they have come a long way since then. In more recent times, they have produced the Sprinter, a van developed to cater for the needs of most customers and a standard bearer for rivals. Mercedes followed up by adding smaller vans like the Vito to their production lines creating a broader appeal.
Mitsubishi have been building compact pick-ups since the 70s and have built up a reputation for producing tough, reliable vehicles which have been popular in the UK. This continues today with their L200 range which is now in its 5th generation and offers the customer plenty of options.
Nissan began making vehicles in the 1930s and they are known for being at the forefront of producing vehicles that are fuel efficient and environmentally friendly. Nissan sells a good variety of commercial vehicles, from pick-ups, small vans, tipper trucks and notably the Nissan NV200, which in recent years has been converted for use as a taxi in many cities.
From a family business grew Peugeot who began car production in the 1890s. They share some of their main components with other manufacturers when assembling their vans to keep costs down and produce different sizes of practical panel vans that are popular in the UK.
Founded in 1898 by Louis Renault and his brothers the company was nationalised for a period and expanded internationally. Their panel vans come in sizes suitable for any business that requires LCVs and it's headed up by Europe's market leading Trafic.
In 1937 as a division of its Toyota Industries parent company, the Toyota Motor Corporation was created and are one of the largest vehicle manufacturers in the world. The Hilux has a formidable reputation for toughness and durability, having been tested to its limits in well-publicised stunts. The pick-ups produced by Toyota are clearly built to last.
Vauxhall started production in 1903 and began making commercial vehicles from 1930. Vauxhall have gone on to be one of the UK's favourite manufacturers, producing popular commercial vehicles, such as the Vivaro from Vauxhall's Luton plant, along with a comprehensive range of panel vans.
Established in 1937, Volkswagen are the largest automaker in Europe also starting Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles in 1995 as a separate company. VW have been making vans for over 60yrs and currently offer a variety of panel vans, pick-ups and specialist or vehicles ready for conversion.
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