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Renault Trafic

The Renault Trafic is a hit in Europe but the latest model has features to make it a real winner in the UK. Read our review to find out why

Fiat Scudo

You might have head of the Fiat Scudo before but this new van is nothing like the old one. Read the review and find out why

Volkswagen Transporter 6.1

A cross between a facelift and an all-new van, the Volkswagen Transporter 6.1 adds tonnes of safety features and clever tech to the famously popular medium van

Toyota Proace

Can the Toyota Proace play on the Hilux’s famed strengths of durability, reliability and quality?

Mercedes-Benz Vito

Has adding front-wheel-drive made the Mercedes-Benz Vito a better more well-rounded van?

Peugeot Expert

Peugeot are experts in joint venture vehicles, but is the new Expert finally a van worthy of the name?

There's nothing more versatile than a mid-sized van. They're the Swiss Army knife of transport because every trade imaginable uses them.

Want to know the best van for a plumber? The best van for an electrician? The best van for a builder? Chances are that you'll start your search in the medium van reviews section of Van Reviewer, after all, the Ford Transit Custom is the best-selling van in Britain by a country mile, city mile, and any other mile you care to measure.

But medium vans come in handy for all manner of things, from tipper trucks and fridge vans to pimped out motorhomes and luxury minibus vans. It's the base for your airport taxi right through to your transport home on a boozy night out.

The Volkswagen Transporter will be your camper van, the Mercedes Vito your taxi and the Ford Transit Custom, Renault Trafic or Vauxhall Vivaro will be anything you want it to be from delivery van to mobile workshop. There's low roof vans, high roof vans, long wheelbase vans and short wheelbase vans. You can have two seats, bench seats, five seats and more. There's minibuses with 15-seats and vans for families as well.

Need a van for a mountain bike? What about kite surfing, wind surfing or just errm surfing surfing? You'll want a medium van because they'll still fit in all those "less than 2m" height restricted car parks by the beaches and national parks. That's the practical advice we're here for, so enjoy the medium van reviews we have on offer.

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