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The Vauxhall Vivaro, a British-built medium sized van and a champion in the commercial vehicle sector, it’s a leasing favourite. From electricians to builders, its load capacity accommodates tradespeople whatever their profession.
Vauxhall Vivaro specifications and dimensions
The ever-expanding Vauxhall Vivaro has 3 generations, each with different specifications and dimensions, proving no job is to small OR big for the Vivaro.
- 1.6 litre engine
- BiTurbo models available with stop/start
- Varied roof heights (H1, H2)
- Two vehicle lengths (L1, L2)
- Different models (Panel Van, Double Cab, Platform Cab, Combi)
- Load capacity up to 1.2 tonnes
The new Vivaro will come in two lengths (4.95m/5.30m) and will hold a heavier load than the current models – a whopping 500kg more!
Vauxhall Vivaro drive and trim
Less is more? Vauxhall don’t think so!
Current Vivaro models present three trim levels – Vivaro, Sportive and Limited-edition Nav. The all-new version will also have a three-tiered colony – Edition, Sportive and Elite.
Trim features across the different specs include digital radio with Bluetooth, USB ports, leather steering wheel, cruise control, rain sensitive windscreen wipers and lots more!
Vauxhall Vivaro fuel economy and emissions
The standard 89bhp for the CDTi 90 model serves up 43.5mpg with CO2 emissions of 170g/km.
Levels improve when the stop/start engine is running, holding 46.3mpg and releasing 160g/km in emissions.
So, stop thinking about the Vivaro and start leasing one with us!
Vauxhall Vivaro finance
As Vauxhall van leasing specialists we offer the best Vauxhall Vivaro leasing deals due to our Price Promise.
Instead of buying the Vivaro outright and being stuck with it for years because you can’t afford the newest one, look at our best Vivaro leasing deals and drive away with the current version today. When you lease with us there’s no hefty sums, unlike if you were to buy the van outright.
AND you won’t drive away just with the van, there’s loads of (free) added extra’s too like free road tax and tax benefits.