Vauxhall Vivaro Panel Van
There are two wheelbase options available for the current generation of the Vivaro, with both offering sliding doors on the side that open up to provide an accessible width of one metre. A full height steel bulkhead and illuminated load area come as standard, with the largest models offering up to 8.6 cubic metres of volume in the rear.
In terms of payload capacity, the Vivaro panel van can cope with 1281kg when filled to capacity, making room for around three Euro pallets or whatever other items and equipment might be destined to end up in the load area.
Efficient engine technology helps the modern Vivaro to offer fuel consumption of 47.9 miles per gallon, with stop-start technology further reducing costs and emissions in the long term.
In the cab drivers will be able to take advantage of various connectivity options, including standard USB for device charging and streaming, with the option to add the advanced Navi 50 unit featuring a seven-inch touchscreen display for advanced navigation and infotainment in one fell swoop. Docking with compatible smartphones and tablets to turn the Vivaro into a mobile office is also a possibility, greatly improving productivity while on the move.
Vauxhall Vivaro Double Cab
The double cab adds a second sliding door, with glazing added to each so that those occupying the second row of seats can enjoy the view. This Vivaro has a load space volume of up to four cubic metres and can manage payloads of up to 1061kg, meaning that not much is sacrificed in order to provide room for passengers.
Three can be seated on the bench at the rear, and buyers have the option to specify a range of car-like features, including glazed rear windows or a dedicated glaze tailgate that has integrated heating elements for quick starts on cold mornings.
Further features that are available on the Double Cab include 12-volt electrical outputs that can be used to power a range of devices and accessories that might be useful on the road.
Vauxhall Vivaro Combi
The Vivaro Combi is a minibus that makes great use of the space available within, offering nine seats and two wheelbase set-ups that have a good deal of flexibility to offer. Seats can be folded, split or entirely removed depending on the needs of the buyer, while the load space is still of a good size and can accept plenty of luggage, with the option to use load-restraining lashing eyes if necessary.
The new Vivaro range of course includes a platform cab model which can be conjoined with a range of bodies, enabling it to carry out work as a refrigeration unit, for example. And with high-roof models also available, there is no niche that this range misses.