Vauxhall calls it a van, but when it comes down to it, the 2015 Crossvan is really an all-new Corsa in three-door disguise. But for utility, Vauxhall has given it a panel-van look and removed the rear seats for further functionality.
Official pricing for the small-on-size, but big-on-utility, vehicle has been announced, and it will set you back £10,995, or $16,400 USD. That price point will get you the base model, which is equipped with the 1.2-liter petrol engine. The 1.2-liter makes only 69 hp, so the engine many will want to opt for is the 1.3-liter diesel engine. Diesel arrives in either 74 or 89 hp flavors.
Both engines and their variants are all Euro 6 compliant, and offer fuel efficiency for whatever your small-business requires. Though, it looks like the perfect replacement for aging delivery vehicles across the UK.
Vauxhall also says the 2015 Crossvan’s chassis has been “enhanced and improved” for better driving dynamics, and allows the car to load up to 1,258-pounds. It seems like the just right amount before buyers can step into the larger and more purposeful Vauxhall Vivaro.