All-new Vauxhall Corsavan heads to showrooms

19/01/2015 17:28

All-new Vauxhall Corsavan heads to showrooms All-new Vauxhall Corsavan heads to showrooms

Premiered at the Brussels Motor Show last week, the new Vauxhall Corsavan will be making its way to UK showrooms in February this year.

On sale now, the new Corsavan replaces its award-winning predecessor. The new model has a class-leading payload, up by 21kg, to 571kg and a flat loading capacity of 920 litres. But at just 4.02 metres long and 1.94 metres wide, it's compact enough to fit in to tight parking spaces and negotiate the narrowest of city streets.

The new Corsavan is also equipped with an impressive array of Euro-6 compliant petrol and diesel engines, offering economy up to 83.1mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 90g/km. There's also advanced new IntelliLink infotainment smartphone connectivity, as well as more comfort and convenience features than ever before.

Driver ergonomics have been vastly improved, with new seats that provide increased support, durability and extended travel. In addition, ambient lighting and reduced levels of noise, harshness and vibration further improve the workday experience, whatever the line of business.

The new model has a plethora of new options to choose from, making it one of the best-equipped car-derived vans on the market. New extras include electronic climate control, Winter Pack with heated seats and heated steering wheel, IntelliLink with 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system incorporating Bluetooth and DAB, 16-inch black alloy wheels and rear parking sensors.

Technical Pack is also available, which includes forward collision alert, lane departure warning, rear camera, traffic sign recognition and following distance indicator.

Steve Bryant, Vauxhall's Head of Commercial Vehicle Brand said: "Vauxhall's all-new Corsavan is stylish, comfortable and affordable to run. Like its award-winning predecessor, it will hold massive appeal to van drivers, small businesses, fleet decision-makers and company drivers alike."

by: Becca Chaplin

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