People Movers

NEW Fuso Rosa protects its precious cargo | TRANSPORT NEWS

The new generation Fuso Rosa features the most advanced safety features to ever appear in the Australian light duty bus class. Every new generation Rosa will be protected by a comprehensive range of safety features including Advanced Emergency Braking, which can perform full emergency braking in the event of a potential collision. This advanced radar-based system can even detect, and ...

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FAMILY FIRST | VAN REVIEW – Toyota Granvia

Warren Caves finds the new Granvia is rather more than a Mum Bus As Toyota drops the long serving Tarago to make way for the Granvia, does it have what it takes to fill the rather large, family-friendly Tarago boots? The Toyota Tarago hit the Australian market in 1983, largely unopposed in the people-mover market. Prior to that time, families ...

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AYE AYE CAPTAIN | VAN REVIEW- Toyota Granvia

Commuters move to captain’s chairs in the new Granvia The Tarago was a bit futuristic when it first hit the Australian market, offering a more upmarket ride from the commuter bus but never quite making it to the status of equalling the Mercedes-Benz Viano. The incoming all-new Hiace has changed the equation yet again as it enables the introduction to ...

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DAILY COMMUTE -IVECO’s people mover has considerable appeal | MINIBUS REVIEW

IVECO’s people mover has considerable appeal, as Delivery Magazine found on a recent drive in Melbourne The age of convenience is well and truly upon us, with people looking for new ways to lure customers by making ease-of-use one of the biggest drawcards. While it takes on many different facades, convenience is mostly about making a customer’s life simpler and ...

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ON THE BUS

Delivery’s people-mover category brought an interesting variety of options, some of which are totally unique in appeal and practicality. For Rob Randazzo, the thing that sets people movers apart from other load carriers is that your load has the ability to express its needs and opinions – and does! The only real unique advantage is that it self-loads (or unloads) ...

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Family Travel

Hyundai’s iMax shows it’s still an interesting and versatile performer. The rise to prominence of Hyundai’s iLoad and iMax has shown just how having the right product and the right price can shake the traditional market of vans and people movers. The South Korean manufacturer brought its semi-bonneted design into a segment where Toyota dominated and Ford held sway with ...

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Mum Bus Marvel

How can we get excited about a Mum Bus? Try the Kia Carnival and find out. Chris Mullett reports. You could be forgiven for thinking that transporting kids to soccer on Saturdays, or collecting the neighbourhood tribe as part of a transport roster system, would be both boring and annoying. Especially, you do need your transport choice to be inherently ...

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