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Electric Windows, Power Steering, Remote Central Locking, Air Bag, CD Player, Barn Doors, Twin Side Loading Doors, 3-Person Rear Seat, Due In Soon, Photo For...
Polar White, 'Search #Stoneacresales on Stoneacre.co.uk to see all reduced cars', 1 owner, Excellent bodywork, Interior - Excellent Condition, Tyre condition...
Polar White, 1 owner, Electronic Stability Programme (ESP), Twin Sunvisors, Front Passengers with Vanity Mirror, Tyre Inflation Kit, Daytime Running Lights,...
White, New bodywork, Interior - New Condition, Tyre condition New, 5 seats, Central locking, Door - Twin side door, Full Dealer Facilities, Finance available,...
Radio, Side Load Door, Barn Doors, Ply-Lined, Half Bulkhead + admin fee of £99 (inc VAT)
Air Conditioning, Radio, 5 Seat, 3-Person Rear Seat, Twin Sliding Doors, Tailgate, No VAT, Roof Rails + admin fee of £99 (inc VAT)
ABS, Airbags, Bulkhead, CD player, Electric windows, Ply lining, Power steering Located at our Cannock branch.
Electric Windows, Stereo, Remote Central Locking, Bulkhead, Ply-Lined, Roof Rack, Price Plus Vat
ABS, Airbags, Electric windows, Ply lining, Power steering Located at our Leicester branch.
1 Previous Owner, ABS, Airbags, Alarm, CD Player , Central Locking, Cloth Trim, Full Service History, Head Restraints, In Car Entertainment (Radio/CD...
Sitting between smaller car-derived vans such as the Corsa and larger Transit type vehicles, the Vauxhall Combo was launched in 2012 and is based on the Fiat Doblo. It can be bought in a variety of versions, including long- and short-wheelbase, high-roof and crew cab models, so there should be one to suit most users.
The original Vauxhall Combo was released in 1997. It was based on the platform of the Corsa hatchback and...
Added: 08 September 2016
The Combo is powered by a choice of 1.3, 1.6 or 2.0 litre diesel engines or a 1.4i petrol. The 1.3 needs to do a lot of work in a van this size, and there’s not a great deal of difference in fuel consumption compared to the 1.6, with both engines delivering in the mid-50s combined mpg figures. EcoFLEX 1.3 models with stop-start as standard can do better, making 50mpg possible in real-world use.
1.3 diesel and 1.4 petrol models both have five-speed manual gearboxes; the 1.6 and 2.0 versions get six speeds. If you want the Tecshift automatic transmission, you need to go for the 1.6 diesel. Petrol and 1.6 diesel models have a stop-start system as standard to save fuel and cut emissions when driving in town.
You get a full-height steel bulkhead as standard in the Combo to separate the cab from the load area. Crew versions have a ladder frame arrangement behind the second row of seats instead. The Combo has one of the heaviest payloads for this class of van - up to 1,000kg in some versions - and offers a 4.2 cubic metre load volume. There’s enough width between the wheel arches to take a Euro pallet loaded from the rear, and the van is long enough to accommodate two pallets.
A sliding side door on the near side is standard on Sportive models, but you need to pay extra for it on base versions. An offside door is available as an extra on both. Another useful option is a ladder kit that lets you store a ladder inside, held in place under the roof of the van. You can also specify a load area pack that adds a 12V power socket, PVC floor covering and an overhead shelf.
For the driver, the Combo has a spacious cab, which is helped by the width of the vehicle. There are clear instruments and switch gear that falls easily to hand. There’s lots of storage space, with door bins and a glovebox. Extra storage beneath the cushion of the passenger seat is available as an option. All versions have electric windows and a CD/radio. Sportive models have air conditioning and a height-adjustable driver’s seat as standard, but these are both extra on standard models.
The Combo has 20,000-mile or 12-month service intervals. This combined with decent fuel economy and insurance groupings between 3E and 4E should mean low running costs. The 1.3 diesel has been available in other vehicles for over 10 years and has a good record for reliability. The Combo has the backing of a 60,000-mile, three-year warranty to provide owners with peace of mind. It's a good choice of van for a number of applications.
Here is the Combo - a re-branded Fiat Doblo
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