The new van, which seats up to six passengers and features sliding side doors, starts at £15,209 on-the-road.
Models are powered by a 1.9-litre CDTi or a 2.5-litre CDTi engine and Vauxhall hopes to target fleets needing to carry both passengers and loads or drivers using the work vehicle for private use at weekends.
The company is also offering fleets buying Vauxhall Vivaro and Movano vans the benefit of four years’ free servicing on orders placed by the end of September. The offer applies to 36,000 miles for all Vivaro engines and the Movano 1.9 CDTi and 48,000 miles in the 2.5-litre and 3.0-litre CDTi Movanos.
Also on offer is free air conditioning as an extra on the LS trim Astravan 1.7-litre CDTi until the end of the year.
Air conditioning usually costs £555 but is now available as part of the £12,454 OTR price.
The Astravan also has adjustable steering, driver’s seat height adjuster, fold-forward passenger seat back and upper load restraint mesh as standard.