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Vans get a new look and fresh set of engines

THE Vauxhall Vivaro and its twin brother the Renault Trafic are being facelifted, with slight alterations to exterior styling and a new set of Euro IV compliant engines.

At the front, both headlights and grille get a new shape while at the rear, the lens tail-lamp units have been redesigned.

In the cab, the dashboard has been given a new look.

Under the bonnet, there will be an all-new 2.0-litre common rail diesel unit offering 90bhp and 115bhp, while a 2.5-litre unit will pump out a range-topping 150bhp.

A six-speed gearbox will now come as standard. Meanwhile the larger Renault Master gets a new front-end look too and a new bumper which can accommodate factory-fit foglamps. Under the bonnet, the Master gets a 2.0-litre unit offering 100bhp and 120bhp and the 150bhp engine from the Trafic, which replaces the old 3.0-litre unit.

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