The headline figure for all LCVs sold by BCA during the month reached £7,329, an increase of £14 over the December 2018 figure.
Despite being traditionally one of the slowest sales months, 249 more vans and pick-ups hit British roads in February compared with 2018, as strong market incentives boosted registrations.
Latest model will be the first vehicle in its class to offer 48‑volt mild-hybrid technology to further reduce fuel costs for owners and operators.
New OM 654 engine range reduces emissions and consumption values while optimising noise and vibration comfort. On sale from this month, the power units are already available in the Mercedes passenger car range.
As well as overnight servicing, a pre-booked, 90 minute express servicing is also available. Customers can book online, 24 hours a days, seven days a week.
Survey provides insight into thousands of small business owners and decision makers globally and found that business owners or decision-makers consider environmental sustainability of high importance.
INNOVATION and Technology in Transport (ITT) Hub next year will provide a platform for all those involved in transport and logistics to experience the latest technologies and debate the big issues which will affect the industry in the 21 st century and beyond.
Scrappage Scheme Discount available on hires over 12 months with one regular payment that includes all servicing, maintenance and road tax so businesses can hire a new Euro 6 compliant van exempt from the new ULEZ charges.
The second half of 2018 saw a strong demand for used EVs which has continued into 2019, resulting in ever stronger prices.
New digital delivery service being trialled in partnership with Gnewt by Menzies Distribution coordinates multiple modes of transport including pedestrian and – one day – bicycle couriers.
Ciceley Commercials wins retailer of the year for second time in four years at Mercedes-Benz Vans awards
Latest edition T6.1 is digitalised and connected with an on-board is an array of assistance systems, digital instruments for the first time and the latest generation of VW infotainment systems with an integrated SIM card which enables continual online access.
Four year deal will see 32,000 cars and LCVs pass through auction house, extending a partnership that goes back 17 years.
As new emission zones start up, single van operator’s costs could double to £2,500 and, for a small fleet of 5 vans and 1 truck, triple in size to £56,000 over a 12-month period.
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