What's the best Euro 6 engine small van?

With new laws hitting the south circular in London I'm looking to buy a small van with a Euro 6 engine. What do you suggest?

Asked on 2 November 2018 by jack

Answered by Dan Powell
If buying new, I’d recommend the latest Vauxhall Combo. It has some of the lowest fuel costs of any van in its class and will carry up to three Euro pallets. Payloads peak at 1050kg and you also get a load length of 3.4 metres (for carrying ladders, pipes and plank of wood) when you order the XL wheelbase and specify the FlexCargo load-through hatch.

If buying used, I’d opt for the Euro6 version of the Ford Transit Connect. It will only carry two Euro pallets (weighing up to a 1000kg) compared to the three you can fit in the Combo, but is great to drive and extremely comfortable for long days behind the wheel.
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