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New Vauxhall Movano

The new Vauxhall Movano is available in a variety of body sizes and styles, so it’s an extremely flexible option that you can design to meet your needs.

Design

The Vauxhall Movano is a capable workhorse that can get any load from A to B in style. A choice of bold paint colours are available to make you stand out, including Saffron Yellow, Ink Blue, Mandarin Orange or Arctic White (all available as standard). In the cabin, you’ll also benefit from a host of stowage spaces to help you keep the interior tidy.

Trim levels

The Movano is available in lots of different body styles, including Panel Van, Chassis Cab, Crew Cab, Doublecab, Tipper, Dropside and Luton Van versions. What’s more, you can take your pick from short, medium and long wheelbase sizes (SWB, MWB and LWB) depending on your needs, and there are three available roof heights, too (H1, H2 and H3). It’s up to you to create the van that suits you down to the ground.

Vauxhall Movano Interior mobile phone holder detail
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Bluetooth

Air Con

SatNav

Air-Suspended Driver's Seat

Technology and comfort

For your convenience, every model in the line-up comes with power-adjustable and heated door mirrors, complete which integrated indicator lights. And when you get behind the wheel, you’ll love the six-way adjustable driver’s seat. A raised position gives you an excellent view of the road ahead.

Performance, engines, economy and efficiency

When it comes to performance, the Vauxhall Movano certainly won’t let you down – and it can manage payloads from 1,700 litres to 7,800 litres depending on the model and configuration you go for.

There’s an impressive 2.3-litre diesel engine with various output powers (ranging from 108bhp to 161bhp), and it’s paired with a super-smooth six-speed manual gearbox to make gear-changing a breeze. Depending on the powertrain you go for, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions vary between 29mpg and 41mpg, and 249g/km and 184g/km respectively. The Movano’s ecoFLEX engine is one of the most popular options, giving you up to 37 mpg combined.

Safety and security

For extra strength, the Movano is kitted out with a laminated windscreen. And you’ll also find lots of driver aids to enhance safety behind the wheel. Anti-lock braking, Electronic Stability Programme and Emergency Brake Assist all help you maintain control, whatever the road conditions. And a suite of passive safety features include height-adjustable head restraints, inertia-reel seatbelts and a driver’s airbag.