Tag Archives: Vito

THE VAN MAN | Small Van Review

Rob Randazzo and Brenton O’Connor review the small to medium van sector. Visitors to Sydney airport can gain an immediate impression of the importance of the van segment to the courier market simply by walking past the huge DHL courier depot located adjacent to the domestic terminal. It’s a hive of activity as dozens of yellow bee-like Ford Transits of ...

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It’s a London Taxi – But not as you know it | TRANSPORT NEWS – Mercedes-Benz Vito Taxi

The Mercedes-Benz Vito Taxi is outselling all other models to take a comfortable 55.1% market share in London, with 489 Vito Taxis licenced January to August 2017, compared to 399 TX4 during the same period according to Transport for London figures. Offering unrivalled levels of space and refined comfort for the driver and up to six passengers, as well as ...

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Reporting for Duty

When duty calls, it’s Valente time. Mother of three, Shaz Harrison-Shaw, knows all about what it’s like to be financially strapped when trying to maintain normality and at the same time bring up a young family. “Because of my own situation some years ago, my family was struggling financially. Sometimes all it needs is a brief respite from the pressure ...

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Viva the Vito

Mercedes-Benz shows it means serious business as it grows Vito appeal in the medium van segment – Report by Stuart Martin. Working hard means any chance of respite is worth taking, so getting from job to job in relative comfort is a plus. How much you pay for it and what it’s worth to have safe, comfortable and capable transport for ...

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