2014 Opel Vivaro Combi review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 15 September 2014 , 20:09:45 byDan

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Opel Vivaro Combi

Opel is quite a famous name among the car fans worldwide. It is headquartered in Germany, a stage where there are perfect conditions for automakers to develop their business. And Opel has become in time a respectable brand with clear future politics. It is also one of the brands preoccupied with providing commercial vehicles to the ones who need such a thing. The new Opel Vivaro Combi has just been introduced, but this time it is a passenger-oriented version. The vehicle will be showcased in Hanover, starting September 23rd.


We are already accustomed to the two chassis lengths (4998mm and 5398mm) from the panel van and double cab body styles and we can also find them on the Opel Vivaro Combi.  The second and third rows of seats can be removed to gain a lot of room for the ones who need to carry massive objects. The van features a rear compartment protected by interior trim paneling and the cabin also has the firm's IntelliLink infotainment system with a seven-inch color touchscreen display providing map updates via USB. It also supports telephony via Bluetooth, audio streaming and keyless access.


The Opel Vivaro Combi is powered by a 1.6 CDTI offered in two stages 90 PS (66 kW) and 115 PS (85 kW). Theirs is also a 1.6 BiTurbo CDTI benefiting from sequential charging and twin-cooler system developing 120 PS (88 kW) and 140 PS (103 kW). The 120 PS BiTurbo engine has a fuel consumption of less than 5.7 liters / 100 km (41.2 mpg US or 49.5 mpg UK) with corresponding CO2 emissions of 149 g/km. In Germany, the vehicle is priced from €25,485.