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Highlights from What Car Van Awards 2024

What Car Magazine has just published its Van Awards for 2024. Here are some of the winners…

Large Van Of The Year – Ford Transit Custom

Priced from £32,350 (Excl. VAT) Economy 34mpg CO2 emissions 178g/km Load space 5.8-6.8m3 Payload 1100-1350kg Power 108-167bhp Torque 228-28617lb ft

Small Van Of The Year – Renault Kangoo £21,150 (excl VAT)

Fuel economy 50.4- 53.3mpg (WLTP) CO2 emissions 139-147g/km Load space 3.3-4.3m3 Payload 850-987kg Power 94–114bhp Torque 192-199lb ft

Large Electric Van Of The Year – Ford E-Transit
Price from (excluding VAT) £48,045 Range 196 miles CO2 emissions 0g/km Max load space 15.1m3 Payload kg 1758kg (2091kg Single Chassis Cab) Power 181-265bhp Torque 317lb ft

Medium Electric Van Of The Year – Vauxhall Vivaro Electric
Price from (excluding VAT) £40,355 Range Up to 205 miles CO2 emissions 0g/km Max load space 5.3m3 or 6.1m3 Payload 1226kg (1392kg in Prime Platform Cab) Power 134bhp Torque 192lb ft

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Published On: 21/03/2024 15:02:51


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