Three generations - Opel Vivaro successful in Europe since 2001

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

"With the new Opel Vivaro-e, the Rüsselsheim-based brand is continuing a success story that began in 2001 with the first generation of the van. Until 2014, the Vivaro A was available primarily as a bus, panel van and platform van. During this period, Opel delivered over 650,000 vehicles to its customers. This was followed in mid-2014 by the switch to the second Vivaro generation, from which Opel sold around 310,000 models by the middle of this year. The third generation Opel Vivaro has been at the dealerships for a few weeks now. The new multi-functional Opel transporter is now available in three lengths instead of two (4.60 meters, 4.95 meters and 5.30 meters). With a payload capacity of over 1,400 kilograms in some cases, it can carry 200 kilograms more and a towing capacity of up to 2,500 kilograms, half a ton more than its predecessor. In addition, it is only 1.90 meters high in most versions and thus fully suitable for underground parking. What's more, the comfort for driver and passengers is increasing. A wide range of top technologies and assistance systems are available on request, from the adaptive IntelliGrip traction system and the 180-degree panoramic rear view camera to multimedia infotainment. Solutions such as sensor-controlled sliding doors and the FlexCargo pass-through make everyday work much easier.


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