Vivaro is an accomplished performer, but higher running costs put it at a disadvantage for fleets, concludes Matt de Prez.
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All-round improvements aimed at turning the tables on its rival
Vivaro’s somewhat neglected relative gets an upgrade to keep it in the race
New Vivaro offers enhanced practicality, better driveability and higher fuel economy
Fuel-saving technology delivers up to 23% greater efficiency than predecessor
The first thing I thought about this massive Movano when it arrived for a week’s appraisal was that no way would this goliath fit on my driveway at home.
Sharp looks, a stop-start system and 70mpg on offer add up to a credible fleet package.
The Vauxhall Movano has long been a fleet favourite at the heavy end of the market and now with a new model on offer there are even more reasons to choose it.
Despite the fact that I’m on record saying the Vauxhall Vivaro and its twin brother the Renault Trafic are probably my favourite vans to drive, this doughty fleet performer has never won a Fleet News or Fleet Van award since it was launched in 2001.
It might be small but a great deal of effort has gone into it. Fleet Van drives the chic new Vauxhall Corsavan
With dynamic new looks, car-like road manners and a new set of engines, Vauxhall’s evergreen car-derived van takes the LCV driving experience to new heights.
As our long-term Vauxhall Vivaro goes back to its rightful owner, Fleet Van looks back over six months of glorious motoring
Fast, feisty and fun - Fleet Van falls in love with the stylish charms of the Vauxhall Vivaro Sportive
Vauxhall is exploring every niche in a bid to accelerate its van sales. And with models like the Combo crew van on offer, it deserves success