Opel and Renault presented Vivaro and Trafic vans

April 12, 2014 at 6:59 pm

Opel and Renault Company simultaneously presented a new generation of commercial vans joint development. German and French Vivaro Trafic is available in the summer of 2014. Both cars are very similar in appearance, but the design of Opel Vivaro came out a bit brighter.

Picture of Opel Vivaro

Picture of Opel Vivaro


Representatives of the German automaker Opel argue that some design elements of the new van were taken from version Astra GTC. Anyway, cars built on a common platform and have the same power trains. These include a 1.6-liter CDTI turbo diesel power in several variants. In a top bi-turbo version it develops 160-hp, spending 6 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers. Other embodiments of the impact are 90, 115, 120 and 140-hp. Both models have 216 millimeters longer than its predecessor, but kept the old layout options: two freighters different size and capacity, and one passenger.

Image of Renault Trafic

Image of Renault Trafic

Differences “twins” in the design reduced to brand grille with family emblems, different bumpers and fog lamps sections, as well as design their own wheels. Currently, images of cars are scarce, and they are represented in the cargo versions. More information about the updates should appear closer to the start of sales. Renault Trafic for the first time will gather in France. Previously, the build was in the UK, Spain, Chile and Argentina. Now, the model will be on the factory assembly line in Sanduville. In production already invested about 230 million euro.

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