Fiat Talento (2021)

While there aren’t that many Fiat Talento medium size vans on the UK’s roads, it’s certainly a van worth considering. It’s in a competitive segment and is up against the likes of the Mercedes Vito, the Ford Transit Custom, and the Volkswagen Transporter. However, it has been priced to sell and if you are a Fiat van fan, then be aware that this is really a Renault Trafic (and the Nissan NV300). It still wins awards on its own terms though.

Peugeot Partner (2021)

The Peugeot Partner is still one of the best small vans available today and shares its underpinnings with the Vauxhall Combo and the Citroen Berlingo – plus the Toyota Proace. It’s still winning awards and there’s an impressive all-wheel drive version available. For the money, the standard Partner offers a well-made and robust van for everyday use. Don’t forget too, there’s the excellent all-electric Peugeot e-Partner to consider.

Volkswagen Amarok

Quickly growing in popularity, the Volkswagen Amarok offers a decent alternative to the run-of-the-mill pick-up with a quality product that has plenty to offer.

Fiat Fiorino

The Fiat Fiorino is quite impressive as a small van, there’s lots of space on board and it’s a former winner of the International Van of the Year award. Based on the Punto platform, this small van really does pack a punch.