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New Vauxhall Combo
New Vauxhall Combo
New Vauxhall Combo
The New Vauxhall Combo Van has been completely re-designed from the ground up and now has one of the longest and most spacious load areas in its class, largest rear door opening and impressive figures of 58.9 miles-per-gallon and the biggest payload in its class at up to 1000kg and an equally impressive new range of safety features This Vauxhall Van is now available at your local Peter Vardy Van Specialist.
The new Vauxhall Combo has been designed as a commercial vehicle without compromise and the overall exterior style mirrors its tough and practical nature. The Combo has a comfortable and well-conceived cabin design. The high driving position affords excellent visibility, the seats are very comfortable and there’s lots of room for storage. A large lockable glove box, several cubbies in the dash and large door pockets with enough room for half-litre bottles and A4 clipboards mean there’s plenty of space to keep essential items. As standard you get an adjustable steering column, electric front windows, a 12-volt socket in the dash and a solid steel bulkhead to keep the cabin isolated from the load area. Sportive trim gets air conditioning, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, an armrest and lumbar support.
Available in two wheelbases, two heights, two Gross Vehicle Weights (GVWs), two trims - Combo and Sportive – and with four engines, the new Vauxhall van is a strong proposition for both fleet and retail customers. You get two lengths (4.39m and 4.74m) combined with two heights (1.85m and 2.10m) which offer exceptional loading possibilities (750kg and 1,000kg) to choose from.
There’s a choice of four diesel engines for the Combo. Each has more than enough power to get the Combo around town and to reach motorway speeds whether empty or fully-laden. First off there’s an 89bhp 1.3-litre, which is coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox and, according to the manufacturer, returns between 57.6mpg and 58.9mpg depending on body style, trim level and height. CO2 emissions are between 126g/km and 129g/km respectively. ECOflex badging on the 1.3-litre means you get stop/start to help lower CO2 and improve fuel economy. There’s also a 1.6-litre diesel with 104bhp mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, which is capable of between 51.4mpg and 54.3mpg, and 136g/km to 146g/km depending on the van’s specifics. The most powerful engine is a 133bhp 2.0-litre engine which uses the six-speed gearbox and will return a claimed 50.4mpg and emits 148g/km. Furthermore you can order the 1.6-litre engine with 89bhp and an automated manual transmission known as Tecshift. In this specification you can expect to achieve between 53.3mpg and 57.6mpg and emissions of 130-140g/km.
Are you Vanatic about this new Vauxhall Combo Van? Simply fill out the form below to book your test drive at one of our 3 Peter Vardy Van Specialist Dealerships.
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