Buying a small van

I'm looking to replace my old Escort van, with a 2-3 yr old vehicle. Most driving is 25 mile round trip commute, but occasionally I need space for the dog, going to the builders yard, etc. A Berlingo Multispace looks OK, but too large. Do you have any suggestions? Of course the lower the VED the better.

Asked on 14 February 2013 by Chris Marsh

Answered by Honest John
Astravan. (Strangely a Corsavan is bigger.) Or think Citroen Nemo/Peugeot Bipper/Fiat Fiorino.
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