Top 10: Petrol vans

Petrol-powered vans have come a long way over the past few years, with many matching the torque and payload ratings of their diesel counterparts, which is good news for city-based drivers who don't cover enough miles to justify a modern diesel. 

Not only will a petrol van save you any expensive diesel particulate filter (DPF) issues, bit it could also improve your daily drive with improved refinement and performance. Fuel costs are also surprisingly affordable.

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Peugeot Partner

The Peugeot Partner uses the same platform and running gear as the 3008 passenger car, which gives it composed, car-like handling, even when fully laden with 676kg. Easy to drive, the 1.6-litre petrol engine will return an official 43.mpg. On the downside, standard equipment levels are sparse on entry-level models, but the Partner still has plenty of appeal for petrol buyers. 

Read the review of the Peugeot Partner

Comments

Christopher haygarth    on 14 May 2017

What a load of rubbish. My diesel won't even get 50mpg! These manufacturers need fineing over their miss selling figures! Articles like this do not give true real world mpg quotes.... Your real mpg section confirms this

Edited by Christopher haygarth on 14/05/2017 at 19:23

Colin Lennox    on 28 July 2017

My Bellingo van gauge says I'm getting 55 mpg but only getting 38 these vehicles are tested on 30 mph track this gives false readings this is false as my salesman told me it does 55 false information should me investigated colin

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