Vauxhall Combo, Vivaro and Movano vans get a range revamp with Prime and Pro models
New Prime models kicks off a new-look Vauxhall van trim level hierarchy and are applied across Combo, Vivaro and Movano van ranges
Vauxhall has given its range of vans a shake up, introducing new Prime and Pro versions alongside a sporty GS trim level found exclusively on the Vivaro. The Prime and Pro trim levels will feature on the smaller Combo and the mid-size Vivaro while the larger Movano is offered in Prime guise only.
The updated Vauxhall van range is available to order now with deliveries expected later this year. Replacing the outgoing Dynamic, Sportive, Elite, and Edition trims, Vauxhall claims the new lineup “simplifies the Combo, Vivaro and Movano line up by offering customers clearer choice between vehicles as well as adding greater connectivity and improved technology”. The trim level switch also arrives alongside Vauxhall’s renaming of its electric vehicles. The e-Vivaro is now known as the Vivaro Electric.
As standard, all entry-level Prime models receive Apple CarPlay and Android Auto capability on the central touchscreen - an eight-inch unit on Combo models, seven of the Vivaro and five on the Movano. Automatic headlights and Vauxhall Connect are also standard on Prime vans, as are automatic windscreen wipers on the Vivaro and rear parking sensors on the Vivaro and Movano.
Above this is the Pro level on Combo and Vivaro models, which add sat-nav, a rear-view camera and rear parking sensors. The Combo Pro and Vivaro Pro also get Vauxhall ‘FlexCargo’ opening hatch in the bulkhead to help transport longer items.
The Combo Prime starts at £19,800 (excluding VAT), rising to £33,705 for the Combo Electric Pro. £22,265 (excluding VAT) will secure you a Vivaro in Prime trim level, whereas the larger Movano starts from £25,645 in Prime guise.
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