Intercounty Truck & Van

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Open All Hours

Open All Hours

Due to continued growth and our aspiration to maximise vehicle uptime and customer experience, Intercounty Truck and Van is extending its 24 hour aftersales operation to 7 days a week.

With the increasingly tight deadlines of the modern working world, more companies are opening later than ever, and with that is a growing need for business vehicles to be on the road at all hours of the day.

Intercounty Milton Keynes is now open 24 hours

Intercounty Milton Keynes is now open 24 hours

Our Milton Keynes dealership proudly joins the ranks of Intercounty Truck and Van Limited locations that offer 24 hour workshops including, Wellingborough, Boston, Peterborough and Toddington. This enables our customers to drop off pre-booked vehicles for inspection and routine service work at the close of business, with the ability to pick them up the very next day – maximising vehicle up time.

 

The New Sprinter

The New Sprinter

The new Sprinter is safer than ever. Even more versatile than ever. And factory-ready for the future, to improve your operations from day one. Its intelligent digital systems connect with the world around it to improve efficiency, minimise downtime and maximise safety – and keep your business moving.

 

The New V6 X-Class

The New V6 X-Class

World premiere: Mercedes-Benz Vans presents the X-Class with six-cylinder engine and permanent all-wheel drive Stuttgart/Geneva.

At the Geneva Motor Show in early March, the Mercedes-Benz X-Class with a powerful six-cylinder engine and 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive will celebrate its world premiere. The X 350 d 4MATIC (provisional figures: fuel consumption combined: 31.3 mpg, combined CO2 emissions: 237 g/km) delivers 258 hp (190 kW) and a maximum torque of 550 newton metres. The top model sprints from zero to 62 mph in 7.9 seconds. 

 

Travis Perkins & Intercounty celebrate 1000 vehicle

Travis Perkins & Intercounty celebrate 1000 vehicle

The UK’s largest supplier of building materials to the construction, DIY and home improvement markets has taken delivery of the 1,000th vehicle from its local Mercedes-Benz Dealer. It was in 2008 that Northampton-based Travis Perkins plc placed its first orders with Intercounty Truck & Van, whose own headquarters are in nearby Wellingborough. Since then the partnership between the two companies has gone from strength to strength.

 

The UK Limited Edition Actros1

The UK Limited Edition Actros1

Actros1 combines the very latest innovations in safety, efficiency, connectivity and comfort to create the perfect business partner. Developed exclusively for the UK market this Flagship model offers hauliers the opportunity to be a part of an exclusive club. To be one of the100.

 

Bike specialist MCE Insurance

 Bike specialist MCE Insurance

Bike specialist MCE Insurance saddles up with Premium Edition Mercedes-Benz Sprinters.

As the UK’s number one provider of cover for motorcyclists, it was only fitting that MCE Insurance should have chosen Premium Editions when ordering its new Mercedes-Benz vans.

 

Simon Elliott - New MD

Simon Elliott - New MD

Simon Elliott, one of the best-known figures in the UK automotive sector, has renewed his association with Mercedes-Benz parent Daimler by taking up the position of Managing Director at one of the manufacturer’s leading franchised commercial vehicle Dealerships.

 

Aylesbury Vale gears up for a busy future with new M-B Econics

Aylesbury Vale gears up for a busy future with new MB Econics

Residents and businesses in Buckinghamshire’s Aylesbury Vale can look forward to improved waste collection and recycling services following their local authority’s investment in a new fleet of 17 Mercedes-Benz refuse trucks.

Supplied by Dealer Intercounty Truck & Van, all are 26-tonne Econic 2630 models with rear-steer axles for enhanced manoeuvrability. Prime contractor FAUN Zoeller (UK) is fitting their Variopress 2 compactor bodies and bin lifts.  

 

Boom or Bust? Great British Craft Revival

Boom or Bust? Great British Craft Revival

More than a third of consumers say handmade, artisan products are the ‘must have’ gift this Christmas, yet a new study from Mercedes-Benz Vans reveals 49% have seen local crafts become extinct.

The recent surge in interest in age-old crafts and skills – from pottery and artisan baking to sewing,  stone-masonry and upholstery – is something we now see played out on primetime TV – and 44% of us say they see a ‘handmade revival’ taking place.