What Are the Most Economical Small Vans on the Market Right Now?

What factors come into mind when purchasing a new van? Cost? Size? What about how many miles per gallon you can get out of a work vehicle on an average day?

Well, if you’re interested in how economical trade vehicles are, you may like to read about some of the small vans listed below.

Mercedes-Benz Citan - 65.7mpg

The compact versions of the Mercedes-Benz Citan 108 CDI and 109 CDI BlueEfficiency are said to do 65.7mpg. These will have either a 75hp or 90hp 1.5 turbodiesel and are very similar to the Renault Kangoo.

Renault Kangoo - 65.7mpg

The Renault Kangoo dCi 75 and dCi 90 is similar to the Citan, so much so that it does the same mpg.

Volkswagen Caddy - 65.7mpg

The Volkswagen Caddy C20 BlueMotion 2.0 TDI 102 also does the same mpg as the Citan and Kangoo, but is fitted with a 2.0-litre TDI motor.

Peugeot Partner - 68.7mpg

Next on this list is the Peugeot Partner SE L1 BlueHDi 100 ETG which does 68.7mpg with its new turbodiesel engines and automatic transmission.

Citroen Berlingo - 68.9mpg

Last, but not least, is the Citroen Berlingo LX 625 L1 BlueHDi 100 which does 68.9mpg with the same 100hp BlueHDi engine, alongside a six-speed ETG automatic transmission combination.

How Much Will Insurance Cost?

Another factor many people consider when purchasing a new trade vehicle is the cost to insure it. Compare van quotes online with us and see how much you can save today.

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