Earlier this year, Opel unveiled the stylish new redesign of the utilitarian Vivaro commercial van. The van features a new, more modern exterior, a more upscale interior and a family of all-new turbo diesel engines, among many other notable changes. Now, the automaker has priced the new Vivaro out at 23,590 euros (28,072 euros incl. VAT and RRP) in Germany.
The entry level price will get you the 4,998mm L1H1 panel van body style coupled with the new 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbo diesel engine producing 90 horsepower and 190 lb-ft of torque. The Vivaro is also available in combi, crew van or platform cab body variations with two different body lengths and two roof heights. There is also a more powerful engine option, the 1.6-liter BiTurbo CDTI unit, which is offered with either 120 or 140 horsepower.
Opel has sold nearly 600,000 Vivaro vans since the first-generation of the vehicle went on sale in 2001. It is currently built at Vauxhall’s plant in Luton, UK. Production of the second-generation Vivaro began there during the second quarter of this year.