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If your business needs a large van and you're familiar with this segment of the market, you may have in recent years ignored the Vauxhall Movano as a potential alternative in a sector full of more modern, efficient designs. This third generation version though, once more deserves a place on your shortlist.No fresh standards have been set here, but this model line now matches most of the requirements many operators will have in terms of efficiency, practicality and body choice. And there's an all-electric option for those businesses needing it. In short, Vauxhall's biggest LCV has moved on. It'll be interesting to see if potential customers are ready to move on with it.
Size matters. To businesses needing a really big van. And to Vauxhall, which as one of the UK market's leading LCV players, needs a really class-competitive large van to top off its commercial vehicle range. In truth, it's some time since the brand has had that, but with the switch of its Movano model to Peugeot/Citroen underpinnings in its third generation form, the figures now seem to stack up much better.The second generation Movano this current design replaced was on sale for over a decade, but this MK3 version will have a much shorter life because it's based on Peugeot Boxer and Citroen Relay models already well advanced in their life spans. Both though, are based on underpinnings allowing for the provision of an all-electric version, so this Vauxhall can offer that too. The most important news for operators though is that the volume diesel variants produce class-competitive efficiency.
Instead of the aging 2.3-litre CDTi diesel engine used by the previous generation model, this third generation Movano gets the more efficient Stellantis Group 2.2-litre unit. This better meets strict Euro 6d emissions regulations and is available with three power outputs, either 120PS, 140PS or 165PS, and with torque figures of between 300Nm and 370Nm. All versions of the engine feature a six-speed manual gearbox and front-wheel drive.
Alternatively, there's the full-battery Movano Electric. Vauxhallis only offering this variant with this design's larger 75kWh battery, which gives a 154 mile driving range between charges. This Vauxhall's battery powers a 90kW electric motor that provides 122hp and 260Nm of instant torque. Expect the Movano Electric to feel nippy around town, but it might struggle when fully loaded at motorway speeds or when going up steep hills, so it's probably just as well that the payload capacity isn't particularly great.
On the plus side, the Movano Electric model's under-floor battery positioning results in a low centre of gravity, improving cornering and stabilityeven when fully loaded. There's a mode selector that allows drivers to switch between ECO, NORMAL and POWER settings. There's also a 'B' option that ploughs extra energy back into the battery, offering more resistance while you're slowing down.
Vauxhall wasn't given leave to redesign the front end of the existing Peugeot Boxer / Citroen Relay design, so the nose section is much the same, save for the addition of the familiar Vauxhall Griffin badge, with its chromed wings either side. The large high-mounted headlights incorporate daytime running lights. And there's a multi-piece front bumper to minimise accident damage and reduce repair costs.Climb inside and you'll be greeted by decent quality cab trim and a reasonably modern dashboard layout. As you'd expect, this Movano features a dual passenger seat, this one incorporating a drop-down desk unit. Up to ten in-cab storage areas are available, including the glovebox, a dash-mounted document clip and various open or lidded compartments on the dashboard. In addition, there arelarge door pockets, storage space beneath the passenger seat and a sizeable 22-litre overhead storage compartment.There's been a clear effort in design here not just to improve the perception of quality in the cab but also to beef up high use, high stress items such as the rear doors. These have been reinforced and high strength door hinges are used. Similarly, the sliding side load doors get reinforced rails, tough-design runners and security-tested door locks.
Prices, as you'd expect, are much the same as those being charged for the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer models that now share this Vauxhall's engineering. That means that for the Turbo D diesel variants without VAT, you're looking at starting figures beginning at just over£27,000 and rising to just under£35,000. There's only one trim level option - 'Prime'. You'll need a lot more than that for the full-battery Movano Electric of course; excluding the VAT, think around£58,500 for the 75kWh L3 version, or around£59,500 for the 75kWh L4 model, after subtraction of the available government grant.For Turbo D panel van customers, there are three roof height choices - 'H1', 'H2' and 'H3'; and three body lengths - 'L2', 'L3' and 'L4'. As well as the panel van body shape, the Movano Turbo D is also available as a chassis cab, a chassis crew cab and a platform cab with a single row of three seats. And customers can opt for a wide range of conversions, including tippers and dropside loaders. The Movano Electric only comes as an H2 panel van with L3 or L4 wheelbase choices.On all versions of this Movano, LIVE Navigation provides online traffic information in real time. Customers get use of the MyVauxhall app, which allows access to information such as nearby charging stations. There's also the Vauxhall Connect system, which comes with Vauxhall's e-Call and b-Call technology, where in the event of an emergency or breakdown drivers are put in touch with a trained advisor with just the touch of a button.Safety features include forward collision alert, blind spot warning, lane departure warning and Hill Descent Control, which takes into account the extra length of a trailer when warning drivers about objects in their blind spot.
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