Can you recommend a petrol van to replace my old, diesel Ford Transit?

I need to replace my 2010 Ford Transit van (diesel) for a less polluting one. Euro 6 or 6.2 maybe. My van has a capacity of eight cubic metres and carries 1.5 tonnes. Is there a petrol van of this size on the market?

Asked on 3 March 2020 by Umiak Mahoupe

Answered by Dan Powell
There are not many petrol options when it comes to large vans. The Volkswagen T6 Transporter was sold with a 2.0 TSI petrol engine for a short while. It will carry up to 1054kg:

Ford has launched a petrol plug-in hybrid version of the Transit Custom:
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