Opel Vivaro B Combi Variant Detailed, Priced From €30,327 in Germany

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After the original Vivaro ceased production earlier this year, the successor made its world debut a few months ago sporting way more practicality and a more visually pleasing face than before. The regular and double cab were showcased at the April reveal, while the Combi variant has been detailed recently.
Some of you might have figured out already that Combi is Opel and Vauxhall's way of saying that this Vivaro is specially made to haul passengers, not work tools and materials. Slated to debut at the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hanover this September, the new Vivaro Combi is fitted with three rows of seats. But the practical side of the cabin can be found with the seat benches in the second and third-row, which are removable for added modularity.

In Germany, the manufacturer announced that the Combi will hold a €30,327 ($39,250) price tag, which is two grand more than the basic single cab panel van. Available in 4,998 mm and 5,3998 mm chassis lengths, the Opel Vivaro Combi is laden with the most recent General Motors technology, including the IntelliLink infotainment system that uses a 7-inch touchscreen to show you sat nav data and such.

Bluetooth phone connectivity and media streaming are also on the menu. As for drivetrain options, customers can opt between a 1.6L CDTI turbo diesel with either 90 or 114 horsepower. If you need more grunt, the 1.6-liter BiTurbo CDTI mill is also available with either 120 or 140 ponies, but the pick of the bunch is the 120 hp variant. In this tune, the 1.6L BiTurbo CDTI drinks just 5.7 liters of diesel for every 100 kilometers, a figure that translates to 41.2 US miles per gallon.
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