What's a good small van for town?

I need a good van for deliveries in town, so it needs to be small and easy to park, but I don't really want to use a car in case people see inside.

I don't know where to start?!

Asked on 31 January 2013 by VannityFayre

Answered by John Slavin
It depends how small you want to go - the Fiesta and Corsavans might work, but if you need a little more room the Peugeot Bipper/ Citroen Nemo/ Fiat Fiorino trio are ideal.
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