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Crewcab joins Trafic line-up

The new model features seating for the driver and five passengers and a load area of up to 4.13 cubic metres. Payload for all models is 1,200kg.

It is available only with a low roof option but can be ordered in short or long wheelbase formats. The rear seats can be tipped or removed to increase versatility. Two diesel powerplants are available: 1.9-litre dCi 100bhp and 2.5-litre dCi 140bhp, together with a 2.0-litre petrol petrol engine with 120bhp.

The crew van has twin side sliding glazed doors plus integral bulkhead, CD player, driver’s airbag, alarm and ABS brakes.

Options include sat-nav and electric pack at £1,025, passenger airbag at £220 and air conditioning at £650. Prices are (ex-VAT): short wheelbase – SL29dCi 100 £15,450, SL29dCi 140 £16,900, SL29P 120 £15,900; long wheelbase – LL29dCi 100 £16,150, LL29dCi 140 £17,600, LL29P 120 £16,600.

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