Body: Van Year: 17/67
Fuel Type: Diesel
Quote Reference Number: 0HV-513971
- Insurance GroupN
- Performance (BHP)105
- Number of Seats2
- CO2 (g/km)157
- Road Tax£
"Popular and spacious"
Simon Parkin, General Manager
- Air Conditioning
- Alloy Wheels
- Low Mileage
|Electric front windows|
|2 speed windscreen wipers with intermittent wipe and electric screenwash|
|ABS + EBD|
|ESP with ASR traction control + hill start assist|
|Uprated front suspension|
|Sliding offside/nearside side loading door|
|Locking fuel cap|
|Key in ignition warning alarm|
|Lights on audible warning|
|Dipping rear view mirror|
|Body coloured door mirrors|
|12V accessory socket|
|Exterior Body Features|
|Body colour front bumpers and rear quarter bumpers|
|Daytime running lights|
|Air blend heater|
|Centre console + drinks holder|
|Carpeted cabin area|
|Reach and rake adjustable steering column|
|2 coat hooks|
|Storage box on drivers side facia|
|Overhead storage shelf|
|Front door pockets|
|Front sun visors with vanity mirror on passenger side|
|Cube cloth upholstery|
|Illuminated load area|
|Load lashing rings|
|PVC lining for load area|
|3 point inertia reel seatbelts with pretensioners and force limiters|
|Height adjustable driver's inertia reel seatbelt|
|Drivers seat adjustable for reach and rake|
|Passenger seat with reach and rake adjustment|
|Height adjustable head restraints|
|Comfort driver's seat with armrest and lumbar support|
|Remote central locking and deadlocks|
|Steering column lock|
The specification listed for this vehicle was standard when purchased new. The actual specification may vary, for confirmation, please contact our sales department.
Ten Second Review
With their fourth generation Combo, Vauxhall fields a very class-competitive compact van, with both short and long wheelbase body styles that together should be able to satisfy almost every buyer in this segment. With frugal running costs, smart design and strong practicality, it's everything a small LCV should be.
When the time came to develop this fourth generation Combo van, Vauxhall grabbed the opportunity to design something from a clean sheet of paper that would tackle both the LCV market's major small van sectors. Whether you want something spacious yet small (like a Citroen Nemo or a Peugeot Bipper). Or compact but a little bigger (like a Ford Transit Connect or a Renault Kangoo), Vauxhall hopes that this Combo will appeal. The previous generation version used Fiat underpinnings, but this time round, the Combo borrows its platform from two of its closest rivals, the PSA Group Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner models. But adds some really clever tech touches of its own.
These days, van drivers are well used to a car-like response from LCVs, especially small ones. That doesn't necessarily mean an enjoyable driving experience though and in the old third generation Combo with its Fiat Doblo-derived underpinnings, you didn't get one. This fourth generation Combo uses a lighter Peugeot / Citroen Group platform system clever enough to provide supple ride comfort, yet firm enough to resist body roll and support heavy loads. It's a much better compromise. Can the same be said of the engines on offer? Well, the line-up certainly seems effective on paper. There's a 1.2-litre 110PS petrol unit. Or a 1.5-litre CDTi diesel, developing either 100 or 130PS. The units are combined with five and six-speed manual transmissions. In addition, in a segment first, a low-friction eight-speed automatic with Quickshift technology can be ordered in combination with the top-of-the-range 1.5-litre 130PS diesel. Whichever variant you choose - standard or long - you'll find that the driving position pretty good, with the steeply raked windscreen and low bonnet combining to give great visibility. Couple that with big panoramic door mirrors and the result is a vehicle you can be confident about driving even the most congested city streets where the light steering facilitates a tight turning circle, 11.2m in the short wheelbase version and 12.5m for the long wheelbase model. As for refinement, well, the slightly clattery note at start-up settles down quite acceptably once you get up to speed.
Design and Build
This third generation Combo has a more modern look but having inspected the smart but practical shape, you're still left with the nagging feeling that there's nothing especially Vauxhall-like about this design, aside from the huge Griffin logo on the front grille. The brand talks of an 'all-new architecture' this time round, which means that this design shares much with two of its closest competitors, the Citroen Berlingo and the Peugeot Partner. Inside, as before, you get a practical cabin with a large lockable glove box, several cubbies in the dash and large door pockets with enough room for half-litre bottles and A4 clipboards. As expected, it's all very car-like - as this design needs to be given that it's also used to create a passenger MPV, the Combo Life. Ahead of you, there's a steering wheel that adjusts for both reach and rake. And you sit very comfortably, with height and lumbar adjustment as well as a built-in armrest. A place to do business.
Market and Model
Prices are much as before, so expect to pay somewhere in the £16,000 to £21,000 (ex VAT) for your Combo, which is very class-competitive. Lots of fresh technology's been delivered this time round, our favourite feature being the sensor-based load indicator that warns you if the van is overloaded. Once the engine is switched on, a white LED lights up if the weight exceeds 80% of the permitted payload. If the weight is above the limit, an orange signal with an exclamation mark lights up. Why has no one thought of this before? Other innovations available include a Rear View Camera that acts as a "digital" rear view mirror, while a second camera in the passenger side door mirror ensures that the driver has an additional blind spot detection aid. Then there's the 'Flank Guard', a sensor-based system that supports the driver while turning at low speeds, providing a warning when there is a risk that the vehicle side will collide with an obstacle. Intelligrip, an electronic traction control system, is also available. A plethora of driver assistance technology is available too, including Forward Collision Alert with pedestrian detection and Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Keep Assist, Hill Descent Control, Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Automatic Cruise Control, Driver Drowsiness Alert and Speed Sign Recognition.
|0 to 60||N|
|0 to 62||N|
|Engine Power KW||77|
|Engine Power RPM||3500|
|Engine Torque LBS.FT||221|
|Engine Torque MKG||31|
|Engine Torque NM||300|
|Engine Torque RPM||1750|
|Standard Euro Emissions||EURO 6|
|EC Extra Urban||67.3|
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