Niall Hampton
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THANKS TO reader Paul Smith for pointing out that the MiRO and MTPLM figures for Swift and Sterling vans in the November issue's Buyers Guide have been transposed.

The figures appeared in the wrong order due to a production error. The vans affected were Sterling Eccles Sport, Sterling Eccles, Sterling Elite, Swift Challenger Sport, Swift Challenger and Swift Conqueror.

THANKS TO reader Paul Smith for pointing out that the MiRO and MTPLM figures for Swift and Sterling vans in the November issue's Buyers Guide have been transposed.

 

The figures appeared in the wrong order due to a production error. The vans affected were Sterling Eccles Sport, Sterling Eccles, Sterling Elite, Swift Challenger Sport, Swift Challenger and Swift Conqueror.

 

The data will be corrected in our next issue, on sale 12 October. Any readers needing to know the correct figures in the meantime should download this PDF

 

We regret any confusion and are happy to set the record straight.

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