Body: Van Year: 14/14
Fuel Type: Diesel
Quote Reference Number: 060-506285
- Insurance GroupN
- Performance (BHP)115
- Number of Seats3
- CO2 (g/km)198
- Road Tax£250
"Vauxhall Vivaro Swb Diesel 2.0CDTI [115PS] Van 2.7t Euro 5 In White Solid Paint, FSH, Aircon, Bluetooth, Rear Parking Sensors, Tow Bar, Ply Lined, Slam Locks, 3 Year Warranty Available, Contact Peter McMullan @ Vauxhall Chesterfield For More Details"
Simon Rutherford, General Manager
- Air Conditioning
- Parking Sensors
- Full Service History
|2 speed windscreen wipers with intermittent wipe and electric screenwash|
|ABS + EBD|
|Lights on warning buzzer|
|Key in ignition warning alarm|
|Coolant temperature warning light|
|Low fuel warning light|
|Outside air temperature display with ice warning|
|Diesel particulate filter|
|Exterior Body Features|
|Twin reversing lights|
|High level tail lights|
|High level brake light|
|Electric headlamp levelling|
|Air recirculation system|
|4 adjustable face-level heating and ventilation outlets|
|Windscreen and front side window demist vents|
|Air blend heater with 4 speed fan|
|Vinyl - cab floor covering|
|Reach and rake adjustable steering column|
|Door mounted armrests|
|Facia mounted drink holders|
|Facia mounted bag carrying hook|
|Cigar lighter/accessory socket|
|Front door pockets with bottle holder|
|Illuminated load area|
|Fade down cabin courtesy light|
|Load lashing rings|
|3 point seatbelts for all seats|
|Height adjustable outer front seatbelts|
|Front seatbelt pre-tensioners + force limiters|
|Drivers seat adjustable for reach and rake|
|Driver seat height adjuster|
|Height adjustable head restraints|
|Steering column lock|
|Remote central deadlocking with internal switch|
|Electronic engine deadlock immobiliser|
Ten Second Review
The Vauxhall Vivaro is back; bigger and better finished than ever before. There's a choice of two lengths and two roof heights for the panel vans. The interiors are a good deal more comfortable and practical and the engines comprise either a 1.6 turbodiesel or a 1.6 twin turbodiesel, both powerplants available with two different power outputs.
Nobody could accuse Vauxhall of rushing the second generation Vivaro into production. Some thirteen years after the original appeared, we now have a successor. It's not as if Vauxhall had its hand forced by dwindling sales either, with the Vivaro and its sister vehicle, the Renault Trafic, commanding a ten per cent market share Europe-wide. Almost a million units were sold during that period, with Vauxhall continually tweaking the formula according to customer demands. In that period it learned a lot about how to build a mid-sized panel van. The results of all that experience have been poured into this latest Vivaro. The playing field has changed too in the interim, and the Vauxhall now has to face down increased competition from some smart medium sector rivals such as the Volkswagen Transporter, the Mercedes Vito and the Ford Transit Custom. Even with those contenders in its path, you wouldn't bet against the Vivaro reprising its previous success.
The engines that power the Vivaro are both 1.6-litre turbodiesel units, but aside from that, they deliver very different results. Most buyers will probably opt for the 1.6-litre CDTi unit, available in either 89 or 113bhp power outputs. In order to match the sort of power outputs Mercedes can deliver with the Vito, Vauxhall has also introduced the 1.6-litre BiTurbo CDTi engine, available in 119 or 138bhp guises. Powered by two turbochargers working together, this engine combines excellent performance with decent fuel economy. From just 1,500rpm, the 119bhp BiTurbo generates an impressive maximum torque of 320Nm, while the 138bhp variant delivers 340Nm. From just 1,500rpm, the 119bhp BiTurbo generates 320Nm torque, while the 138bhp variant delivers 340Nm, so there's plenty of muscle even if you're fully loaded. The driving position, though not as lofty as in some models nevertheless affords a decent view up the road. You get big door mirrors to help with manoeuvring and tried and tested transmissions.
Design and Build
The Vivaro looks anything but another anonymous panel van. There's a bluff Vauxhall front end, with plenty of chrome and huge headlight pods set in high-gloss black mouldings. The LED daytime running lights come with signature Vauxhall wing graphic design. Move round to the side and you'll spot the crisp blade feature flowing from under the side mirrors back to the rear wheel-arches in the same style found on the Insignia family and Astra GTC models. The new Vivaro colour palette comprises eleven standard colours, with five solid and six two-coat metallic finishes. The cabin is much improved as well, with better refinement, a focus on utility, plus darker and more durable materials used throughout. Comfort has been improved as well, with seats that rake back and more adjustability for the steering column. There are also some neat touches like a detachable clipboard and a place to hide your laptop.
Market and Model
Depending on how the new Vivaro is to be used - as a robust van or a comfortable large-capacity combi - customers can choose between two body design trim levels. The Vivaro variant (first trim level) is 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, vertical rear bumper corners and the side mirrors are painted in the vehicle's body colour and the grille has chrome accents. A Keyless Open & Start system means you can carry gear to the van without the need to fumble around for keys. These simple things can make a big difference to everyday utility. For example, if you're wearing gloves, you won't need to remove them to search your pockets for the keys to get things in and out of the van.
Tinted windows, ABS + EBD, PAS, Rev counter, Diesel particulate filter, Bodyside mouldings, Twin reversing lights, Air recirculation system, Vinyl - cab floor covering, Illuminated load area, Load lashing rings...
|0 to 60||N|
|0 to 62||N|
|Engine Power KW||84|
|Engine Power RPM||3500|
|Engine Torque LBS.FT||214|
|Engine Torque MKG||29.6|
|Engine Torque NM||290|
|Engine Torque RPM||1600|
|Noise Level dB(A)||N|
|Standard Euro Emissions||EURO 5|
|EC Extra Urban||43.5|
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