Opel has announced a new Tourer Pack for the Vivaro which will be setting its customers back for up to 1, 369 euros.
Opel and Irmscher have teamed up in order to create a new Tourer Pack for the Vivaro. The upgrade package is turning the model into a “luxury vehicle”, as the company is stating, and it is adding features such as the black headliner, the contrast silver stitching for the shifter, door panels and dashboard, the velour floor mats and several other tweaks.
“The Tourer Pack adds a further trim level to the product range of the Opel Vivaro – a package that appeals to clients who value high-quality interior fittings. Now we can offer all of our Vivaro clients – no matter whether they are transporter, family or leisure time focused – an even more comfortable traveling experience”, said the Opel / Vauxhall director for commercial vehicles, Steffen Raschig.
The carmaker says that the floor and the wheelhouses have been covered with smooth material and the noise inside the cabin has been reduced considerably. The model has also received the bi-color 7X17 alloy wheels, with five spokes, which can be ordered in two versions, matt or gloss, for 1,500 euros. Both have the same low-rolling 215/60 resistance tires, made by Dunlop, and for an extra 130 euros, the Opel Tire Pressure Monitoring System Valves can be added. The engines outputs are varying between 90 HP (66 kW) and 140 HP (103 kW) and they are diesel burners. Prices for the package cost between 491 euros and 1,369 euros, depending on the selected model.