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Vauxhall introduces Vivaro Doublecab

The Vivaro Doublecab has seating for a team of six and still offers a considerable load space.

The rear passenger seats, reached through wide-opening sliding doors, meet M1 passenger car safety ratings for the seatbelts - not currently mandatory in vans.

The Doublecab available in both LWB and SWB versions, is aimed at those who need a vehicle to carry up to six while still maintaining a sizeable load area.

The LWB load area measuring a maximum length of 2.3 metres (1.9m in SWB) and width of 1663mm, means the doublecab is fully capable of performing both as a load mover and as a people carrier. It also retains a substantial loadspace volume of 4.2 cu metres (3.3 cu m in SWB).

A full length roof rack and ladder is offered as an extra.

Doublecab is available on both 2900 SWB and LWB variants providing a payload of over one tonne. Engines are 1.9 CDTi or 2.5 CDTi and on-the-road prices (ex VAT) range from £15,209 to £17,949.
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