Based on the Transporter / Caravelle that has been so popular, the Multi-Van offers a unique level of flexibility in a very solid vehicle. Large load to move? - easy to remove seating leaves a huge load area. Need a quite place for a meeting? - flip up the table, plug in the lap-top and off you go! Travel-Lodge fully booked? - pull out the bed, clip up the curtains & have a nap! Familly weekend outing rained off? - The well lit rear space has room to play games. Got a long drive? - Aircon, cruise control, superb driving position, performance and economy. Seriously, this vehicle does it all! With tints & alloys it looks really cool too. It is fairly thin on gizmos such as articulated cup holders, rotating seats and Play-station screens, but as a sensible, solid, functional package I doubt I could do better. Compared with say the Espace, I feel that the Caravelle range offers considerably better 'real quality' and for buyers who appreciate 'premium products', this is one to consider. These days everyone boasts remarkable fuel economy. What has struck me throughout the 3 years I have been driving my 102 Bhp Turbo Diesel Multi-Van is that it regularly turns in 35-45 mpg. With carefuil driving on a long run I have seen higher than this. And it's no slugard either. When resitrictions permit, 80 mph crusing with easy acceleration for overtaking makes for rapid progress. Another benefit of the Multi-Van (and much of the rest of the Caravelle & Window-Van ranges) is that you can pick almost any combination of seating and load carrying layout to suit your particular needs. One final but important benefit of the Multi-van is that it has the nearest thing you'll find in this type of vehicle to a secure boot. Excellent in every respect. Be sure to take a look.