Taking the Vivaro Sportive model, for example, the vehicle now comes with over £700 of extra features for a list price increase of just £250.
Standard equipment on the Sportive now includes 16-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, front fog lights, Radio CD with Bluetooth connection and body-coloured rear light clusters and mirror housings. A leather steering wheel, incorporating for the first time on Vivaro the new cruise control option, is also available.
Dubbed Plus Packs 1 or 2, they include features such as radio CD with Bluetooth, Remote Control Security Alarm System, Rear Parking Sensors, Electric Pack (mirrors and windows) and Air Conditioning.
All Vivaro models now have a new fascia and steering wheel, as well as a new infotainment system, while a new Steel Grey exterior option extends the colour range.
Safety wise, the range received a full steel bulkhead that is now standard, and for £50, a windowed version can be fitted. However, customers not requiring a full bulkhead can specify the full height steel driver’s guard instead, also for no extra cost.