The Most Economical Vans 2021

Running a fleet is an expensive overhead for businesses, but having the right vans with low running costs can reduce expenses.

Today we explore the most economical vans on the market…


Small Vans

Mercedes Citan

Best: 109CDI 95hp Manual –  61.4mpg to 62.8

Worst: 111CDI 116hp Manual – 58.9mpg tp 61.4

Ford Transit Courier

Best: 1.5 Duratorq 75hp Manual – 57.6mpg

Worst: 1.0 EcoBoost 100hp manual – 42.1mpg

Medium Panel Vans


Best: VN5 – 313.9mpg

Ford Transit Custom

Best: 1.0L Fox 120hp PHEV Auto – 94.2mpg

Worst: 2.0L EcoBlue 130PS FWD Automatic – 35.3mpg

Large Panel Vans

Ford Transit

Best: 2.0L TDCi Ford EcoBlue 105hp FWD Manual – 40.9mpg to 43.5

Worst: 2.0TDCi EcoBlue 170hp RWD Auto – 24.4mpg

Nissan NV400

Best: 2.3 dCi 150 Manual L1H1 – 48.7mpg

Worst: 2.3 dCi 150 Auto L3H3 – 39.2mpg

Fiat Ducato

Best: 2.3 Multijet II 120hp Manual SH1 – 41.5mpg to 43.4mpg

Worst: 2.3 Multijet II 180hp Auto LXH3 – 31.7mpg to 32.8mpg

Pick-up Trucks

Nissan Navara

Best: 2.3dCi 163hp Manual – 40.4mpg

Worst: 2.3 dCi 190hp Auto – 38.2mpg

Ford Ranger

Best: 2.0 EcoBlue 170hp Manual – 33.6mpg to 34.4mpg

Worst: 2.0 EcoBlue 211 Auto Raptor – 26.9

Toyota Hilux

Best: 2.8 D-4D 201hp Manual – 28.5mpg to 33.2mpg

Worst: 2.4D -4D 148hp Manual – 28.5 to 31.7mpg

If you are looking to improve your fleet and save on your expenditure, we are here to help, contact us.

Till next time guys!

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