The Vauxhall Corsavan has been realigned with the revisions enjoyed by the latest passenger car version. GreenFleet examines the changes.
The Volkswagen Passat has long harboured upmarket aspirations and the latest model states its intent to conquer premium fleet sales with handsome looks and a high-specification. Richard Gooding investigates the large VW’s latest push up the executive ladder.
Ford’s ubiquitous Focus was revamped for 2015 with fresher looks, an improved interior and a new range of economically-minded engines. Richard Gooding drives the frugal ECOnetic.
The Sandero is one of Dacia’s ‘shockingly affordable’ stars, and in dCi guise employs the latest Renault engine technology for lower emissions and improved fuel economy.
The Toyota Aygo city car is small, bold, and economical. A sister car to the Citroën C1 and Peugeot 108, GreenFleet finds out if it is daringly different to the French pair.
Now that the C4 range has blossomed into MPVs, SUVs and luxury hatchbacks, GreenFleet asks if there is still room for Citroën’s more conventional five-door hatchback
Volkswagen’s Golf GTI and GTD have offered practicality and performance for decades, but now, there’s a third option. Powered by a petrol-electric powertrain, the Golf GTE adds a dose of extra frugality to the family hatchback’s sporty ‘GT’ repertoire
The previous Hyundai i40 helped change the perceptions of the South Korean company in Europe upon its arrival in 2011. Richard Gooding finds that the latest version of its mid-size flagship car can only build on the 100,000 sales of its predecessor
Kia might not be the first name most buyers think of when drawing up an EV shortlist, but, as Richard Gooding discovers, it deserves to be considered among the more obvious options
As concerns over diesel grow, an expanding selection of cars are now available with small-capacity turbocharged petrol engines. GreenFleet samples the direct injection and turbocharged 1.0‑litre Vauxhall Corsa
The Q50 looks sleek – not too sporty, not too conservative. But does it stand out enough to tempt fleet drivers out of their trusted German brands? Karl O’Sullivan does a fair few miles to see how efficient the Infiniti Q50 is in the real world
Fighting for its share of attention in the compact executive car segment, the Swedish Volvo S60 D4 gives its German rivals something to worry about
The Škoda Fabia has long offered value for money, larger-than-average interior space and low running costs. The third-generation model is just as multi-faceted, as Richard Gooding discovers
The second best-selling model in Renault’s UK range, the Captur crossover bridges the supermini and small SUV markets. With small car running costs and off-road-inspired looks, it enjoyed European-wide success in 2014. GreenFleet finds out what makes it so popular
The Nissan Qashqai has become a very familiar sight on the UK’s roads. The arrival of a second‑generation model is big news. With low emissions and a high-specification, Richard Gooding finds that the latest version offers an impressive array of talents for the fleet buyer