The Movano is a big, strong and versatile large panel van. It comes in four vehicle lengths, three roof heights, larger load volumes and a choice of FWD, RWD or Twin wheel RWD with GVW's up to 4.5 tonnes. Movano drivers can also expect to be among the happiest and most comfortable when they get behind the wheel with special attention having been paid to cabin comfort and ergonomics, as well as to the cargo space areas. The very latest Movano has a new range of fuel-sipping common rail diesel engines.
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It still stands out from the crowd and it’s built in Britain, one of the very few vans in the UK market that can make that claim. Fly the flag.
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The Combo is a really popular choice amongst tradespeople and delivery drivers and has been since the first generation of van came out in 1993. Back then it was based on the Corsa and shared tfe same front end up to the B pillar. The second generation Combo came out in 2001 with a refresh and that sold for ten years, giving many people a superb day to day van for over a decade. The newest Combo is the third generation of the van and has been built since 2011. It moved away from the style of the Corsa and is based on a shared platform with the Fiat Doblo.
The Corsavan is a Corsa but turned into a van by filling out the rear windows. It might be small but this nippy van can carry a lot of weight. It's been on sale since 1994 so you can easily find used versions of the van. The very latest one is extremely stylish and drives nicely - it's very ecomomical on fuel too, making it an ideal get-around for a small business that parks up on the drive at home at the end of the day.
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