Vauxhall has presented the new 2014 Vivaro Van, which is set to build on the of previous generations. The model has started its production back in 2001 and since then it has a huge success. The all-new Vivaro boasts class-leading build quality and exceptional practicality. It comes with improved cargo dimensions as well as an excellent payload capability. The 2014 Vivaro is already available on the market and the first deliveries will commence in September.

The exterior boasts large, prominent grille, distinctive headlamps and the flowing blade side feature from Vauxhall's multi-award-winning design language, it includes the characteristic forms of the brand's passenger car models.

The headlamps are executed in high-gloss black moldings with embedded chrome accents that enhance their jewel-like effect. The daytime running lights come with signature Opel wing graphic design and are available with modern, crisp LED technology, giving the Vivaro an unmistakable look.

The engine range includes all-new turbo-diesel units with class-leading economy and low emissions. There are also several ecoFLEX variants with Stop/Start and braking energy recovery.

The rear suspensions is carefully tuned for maximum comfort and security and the ESP (Electronic Stability Program) is now standard on all models. There is a new load-through option allows 4.15 metre-long stowage inside vehicle.

The pricing starts from £17,995 to £23,145 for the panel van, which is £450 less than the outgoing model. There are two trim levels: Vivaro and Vivaro Sportive; and four body styles - Panel Van, Combi, Double Cab and Platform Cab.

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Source: Vauxhall