Opel and Vauxhall have officially pulled the wraps off the brand new Vivaro which will go on sale this summer.
After the new generation of the Renault Traffic has been officially unveiled, time has come for Opel and Vauxhall to present their new Vivaro, which shares the same platform with its French cousin. The model in question is looking very much like the new Renault Traffic, with its large front grille, wraparound headlights, chrome accents and glossy black mouldings.
The two companies are saying that the 2015 Vivaro will come in two lengths and with two roof heights. Exterior color choices count an impressive eleven, five solid and six two-coat metallic, along with the specific hues for special versions. Power to the 2015 Opel / Vauxhall Vivaro will be provided by a 1.6 liter CDTI engine, which will be more economical and it will provide exactly the same fuel economy as Renault’s 1.6 dCi, 6 liters / 100 km (47 mpg UK / 39 mpg US). The new Opel Vivaro will be produced in Sandouville, France, while the Vauxhall Vivaro will be assembled in Luton, UK. The LCV will go on sale this summer. No pricing details are known so far.