Vauxhall “rightly proud” of new Corsavan

Vauxhall has given details of its new Corsavan model, saying that it is "rightly proud" of the car, with its "about-town driveability, minimal running costs and a body shape that oozes style and chic".

The new model shares many characteristics with the Corsa car, but Vauxhall states that it has been designed as a commercial vehicle to cater for the needs of fleet and small business users.

A purpose-built load bay is incorporated into the new Corsavan, offering a "best in class" payload of 550kg, as well as a choice of "lively yet frugal" engines and the "all-important benefit of good looks".

The model comes with either a 1.3-litre CDTi diesel engine or a 1.2-litre Twinport petrol engine, both of which have already been successful in the Corsa car, while a five-speed manual gearbox comes as standard.

Stylistically, the new Corsavan features body-coloured bumpers, full-width wheeltrims and a choice of colours.

Inside the car are a range of high-quality materials, as well as a "superb" driving position, a "curvy yet durable" dashboard and translucent backlit dials for stereo and ventilation control.

Security is also a priority with the new model, owing to its expected popularity with business users, with remote central door locking and deadlocks, anti-theft protection for audio equipment, an engine immobiliser and a dash-mounted door locking button all included.

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