Vivaro is a mid-sized light commercial vehicle produced from the house of the well-known German based carmaker Opel since 2001. The new 2012 model also comes under the medium-sized van category, and it even comes as a panel-van.
2012 Vivaro as a panel van presents remarkable capabilities to carry maximum load and cargo. From its initial model, it has been made available in many body forms including panel van, combined van/bus, minibus, and also platform crew-cab body configurations.
Basic Design Cues
It has been developed particularly as a carrier that is capable of carrying huge luggage and cargo quite comfortably. It basically comes with a front-track measuring around 1615mm and a rear-track that measures nearly 1630mm. It is said to have the capability to offer maximum cargo capacity of up to 5m3.
The length and height of the cargo area measures around 2415mm and 1387mm respectively. The interior cabin of this vehicle provides polite and kind hosting courtesy of the relaxed interior layout, and it is featured with options including an adjustable driver seat, and top-class cloth material is used for interior seating.
One of the main features of the 2012 commercial van, which makes it one of the top-choices for a panel van is the availability of both diesel and petrol engine options. Both its Enjoy Bus and 1.9 CTDi trims are equipped with a diesel engine, while the 2.0-panel van model is provided with a petrol engine option.
A standard 1.9-liter 4-cylinder diesel engine equipped in this vehicle has the ability to produce 74kW and torque of 240Nm. The petrol 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine has the capability to pump out a decent 86kW and 190Nm of torque.
2012 Opel Vivaro has been released with a base price that starts at €16,250.