Opel Movano the Second Released

The second generation Opel Movano has been introduced by German manufacturer Opel with the promise of bringing both increased payload and better, more fuel efficient engines. The Movano will be launched on the market this spring, with other variants to be introduced later this year. Prices have not been announced yet.

The new Movano comes in a wide choice of body types, with panel vans available in four vehicle lengths and three roof heights, platform, chassis, crew cabs and combi versions. It will be available in either front- or rear-wheel drive, while the weight range has been increased to up to 4,5t with payloads up to 2.5t.

It will come powered by a new generation of four-cylinder common-rail diesel engines, with power outputs ranging from 100 hp/285 Nm,
through125 hp/310 Nm and to 150 hp/350 Nm. All three version will be paired with a six-speed transmission as standard, with the two more powerful version benefiting from Easytronic automated manual transmission as an option.

The new engines allow for a fuel consumption rating of up to 7.8 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 203g/km. Depending on the variant, the new Movano can reach a range of up to 1,300 km.

"The second-generation Opel Movano grows in size and range coverage, thereby raising the bar in the European light commercial vehicle segment with a new large van platform. It introduces a host of innovative technologies, a superbly comfortable and practical interior, competitively low fuel consumption and best-in-class operating costs," Opel says in a release.
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