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Vauxhall’s British-built Vivaro finds new home

06 May 2015 #News #Sales #Top Stories #Van

Anglian Home Improvements has taken delivery of 29 new British-built Vauxhall Vivaro models.

The 2900 L1H1 spec vans, powered by 1.6 CDTi (90PS) stop/start engines, have gone into action with the company’s regional service engineers, who cover an average 30,000 miles per year.

Michael Shepherd, Fleet Manager, said the company was initially attracted to the Vivaro due to its fuel efficiency, adding: “When we came to experience the new model, we were extremely pleased with the smart interior and the in-cab technology, which includes a modern infotainment system and DAB radio.

“We’ve already received excellent feedback from our drivers who said the vehicles are comfortable and good to drive. Keeping our employees happy is extremely important to us, so we’re very pleased with the comments.”

Built at Vauxhall’s Luton plant, the new Vivaro comes with ecoFLEX technology, improved fuel economy of 46.3mpg and CO2 emissions of 150g/km.

Richard Collier, National Commercial Vehicle and B2B Sales Manager at Vauxhall, said, “We’re really pleased to hear such great feedback from the fleet manager and drivers. The Vivaro is designed to be practical with its increased payload and cargo space, and enjoyable, with its high quality interior, modern technology and comfortable cabin.”

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