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Large Vans

Ford Transit
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  • Very clever interior packaging and superb cockpit storage; excellent comfort levels; ride quality near perfect; top-notch safety ... if you buy the optional City Pack

  • Camera and sensors are part of the City Pack, should be standard; high side step-in entry; old-school media system can be confusing

Renault Master
  • Has more space than you'll likely ever need – unless you've got 13 people; Strong diesel-auto drivetrain makes light work of weight; Drives much smaller than it is; Great value for the purpose; Long service intervals

  • Automated manual gearbox can be jerky at times; Not the smoothest ride in the back over bad roads; No airbag protection in the back; No active safety stuff, even as an option

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
  • Smooth and refined but strong drivetrain; Terrific seven-speed automatic transmission; Heaps of storage smarts; Great cargo area

  • Expensive; Too many options; Safety items should be standard for a brand that prides itself on exactly that

Iveco Daily
  • Huge storage in the rear – 19.6 cubic metres; Easy access from the side and the rear; Great vision from the driver's seat; Shrinks around you despite its size; Willing engine and smart gearbox

  • Pretty expensive compared with rivals; Ride a little sharper than competitor vans; Some dodgy cabin plastics and finishes

Fiat Ducato
  • Value for money; Large cargo area and high GVM; Willing drivetrain; Refinement; Servicing intervals

  • Cabin ergonomics; downsized engine less powerful than before; our new test car had a bug with its door locking system