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How many seats does a Vauxhall Combo van have?

How many seats does a Vauxhall Combo van have?

five seats
**In-vehicle features should be used by drivers only when safe to do so. Drivers must be in full control of the vehicle at all times. For extra versatility, go for the Combo Crew van. You’ll get five seats – two up-front and three in the second-row – giving you plenty of space for everything, and everyone.

Are Vauxhall Combo vans any good?

The Combo 1.3 CDTI is by far the best van I’ve ever driven. It steers well, rides well, handles very well and even goes well, despite its tiny 70bhp engine. (Checking specs, this engine in the Combo seems to be up on torque compared with the FIAT Panda.) It’s much more stable than a Berlingo, especially under braking.

Is a Vauxhall Combo a car or a van?

says… The Vauxhall Combo Cargo van nameplate has been on the UK’s roads for a long time, but that doesn’t mean that it hasn’t kept pace with the times. Previously based on the Fiat Doblo, the new Vauxhall Combo now shares its platform with the Citroen Berlingo and Peugeot Partner.

How much is road tax for a Vauxhall Combo van?

Fuel economy for this used diesel VAUXHALL Combo model is 55 MPG, giving an indicative fuel cost of 9.2 p/mile; in VED Band E this small van’s standard 12 month car tax rate is £155.

Where is the Vauxhall Combo van made?

As the Azambuja Opel plant in Portugal is the sole production site of all Combos, all those models were replaced gradually with the Combo C in 2001.

Is it worth buying a high mileage van?

If you only anticipate doing a few thousand miles annually, and thereby not putting too much demand on your vehicle, a high-mileage used van may well prove the most cost-effective choice. If you’re looking to use your van to support your brand, you may prefer a more modern edition.

How many miles will a diesel van last?

Today’s modern vans are engineered to last – and 100,000 miles showing on the clock is commonplace.

What is classed as a light van?

A Light Commercial Vehicle or LCV is another term for a van, basically. It refers to vans that weigh 3500kgs (3.5-tonnes) or less, which includes vans like the Ford Transit or the Mercedes Sprinter.

What kind of van is Vauxhall Combo?

With its switch to PSA Group running gear, the Vauxhall Combo van is now a front-runner in the small van class. There are generous cargo weights in the back, easy access and plenty of useful load carrying options.