The new Vauxhall Vivaro has a beautiful new exterior design with a large, prominent grille, distinctive headlamps and the ‘flowing blade’ side feature that can now be found on many of the models from the Vauxhall car range, such as the Insignia and Astra GTC.
Customers will be able to choose between two trim levels. The entry level Vivaro looks strong and practical with the front bumper, grille, side mirror housings and the vertical rear mouldings presented in a durable, black textured plastic material. For the Sportive trim level all body elements including the front bumper, side mouldings and vertical rear bumper corners are painted in the vehicle’s body colour and the grille has chrome accents.
The new Vivaro is available in eleven standard colours, with five solid and six two-coat metallic finishes.
There is a model to suit every customer need. The Vivaro will be available in various configurations, with two different lengths and two different heights as a panel van, Combi and double cab. Both lengths – 4,998mm and 5,398 mm – are 216 mm longer the previous model, leaving more space for both the cargo and the occupants.
It will be available with two all-new turbo diesel engines: a 1.6 CDTi, and a 1.6 BiTurbo CDTi with sequential turbocharging and a twin-cooler system. Powered by two turbochargers working together, the BiTurbo engine combines excellent performance with high fuel economy of 47mpg (combined).
Many of the variants will be built at the Vauxhall plant in Luton together with most of the specialist conversion variants, such as platform cabs. For more information or to book a test drive in the Vauxhall Van range, please call us on 0333 222 0424.