Making its global debut at the Brussels Motor Show today, the new Vauxhall Corsavan will reach the showrooms in UK in February. The small car has fresh exterior, refined chassis and simple but effective interior. Replacing its award-winning predecessor, the new model is 4.02 meters long and 1.94 meters wide.
Power is produced by a high-class range of economical Euro-6 compliant petrol and diesel engines. The offer up to 83.1mpg fuel economy and CO2 emissions as low as 90g/km. The full lis
Vauxhall Combo will soon have an expanded range and will include models powered by a fuel-efficient 1.4 petrol engine. In detail, the latter is a brand-new Vauxall 95 hp (70 kW) Euro 5-compliant Combo unit that will be offered in L1H1 and L2H1 body types.
What is more, this engine also includes Start/Stop technology, thank to which the Vauxhall vehicle is able to achieve CO2 emissions of 163g/km and 40.3mpg combined cycle.
Furthermore, the famous Vauxhall Corsavan range will also get a
Vauxhall has price the new Corsavan 1.3 CDTi 16v with 95PS ecoFLEX, which boasts Start/Stop system and achieves sub-100g/km of CO2.
The result is also thanks to a variable geometry turbocharger, lowered chassis, aerodynamic wheel covers and optimised gear ratios with a shift up indicator. These upgrades help the Corsavan ecoFLEX achieve Euro 5 compliancy as well as an impressive 78.3mpg on the combined cycle and 65.6mpg urban driving. The CO2 figure is just 95 g/km.
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Small vans with low running costs have never been more popular – and according to leading light commercial vehicle magazine What Van?, the Vauxhall Corsavan is the best of the lot.
The prestigious publication awarded Corsavan the title of ‘Small Van of the Year 2008’ – the second year in succession that it has taken the accolade - citing its road manners, fuel economy and modern, streamlined styling as the key features that made it more attractive than rivals.
What Van? Editor Neil McIntee