The DAF 200/400 were two vans of made by DAF between 1987 and 1993.
The vans were derived from the Leyland Sherpa, which was developed as the Freight Rover. Following the acquisition of Leyland DAF, the vans were from then on called the DAF 200. A wider version under the Freight Rover name hit the market as the Freight Rover 300, which became known as DAF 400. The latter was also equipped with a 2.5 litre Peugeot diesel engine.
The van held the title of Van of the Year.