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Vauxhall Combo offers a greener alternative

VAUXHALL'S Combo is now available with a Dualfuel option. The van, which was launched in autumn 2001, now boasts a petrol/LPG version costing £10,960 ex-VAT, £1,660 more than the equivalent petrol version. PowerShift grants will be available.

The new model no longer requires petrol power to start it up under normal temperatures of between 15 and 60 degrees fahrenheit and at other temperatures, the van automatically switches to gas on start-up.

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