The Opel Movano will be receiving a new line of engines for the upcoming generation, and each one comes with a turbo or two. The use of the turbocharger is entirely practical, reducing fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Each engine will be diesel and come standard with a six-speed manual transmission.
The base panel version of the massive Opel/Vauxhall van with its fuel-sipping little diesel and standard six-speed manual transmission will come in at 24,390 euros excluding VAT in Germany (or 29,024 euros including VAT, RRP in Germany).
The engines available are as follows:
1.) The aforementioned entry level engine produces 110 horsepower fro a 2.3 liter turbocharged diesel engine.
2.) The next level produces 125 horsepower from the same engine.
3.) A 2.3 liter BiTurbo diesel that makes 136 horsepower.
4.) The same BiTurbo engine is tuned to make 163 horsepower.
5.) The old 2.3 liter CDTI remains for those that need some Movano nostalgia, which produces 150 horsepower.
None of these engines may seem very powerful, and power is practical when moving a large van packed with tools or packages, but the practicality has been accomplished through another route. The top BiTurbo Movano makes 265.5 foot-pound of torque. So, while you might not get their very quickly, you will get there calmly and without burning a hole in your wallet.