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Vauxhall Vivaro LWB 2.0CDTi [115PS] Euro 5 Sportive Van Review
Vauxhall may not have realised it at the time, but when they designed the Vivaro van they were doing something rather clever. Because they created a unique product for a growing number of small – and large - businesses that wanted to project a stylish, upmarket image yet have a need for commercial vehicles. And when it comes to style and panache, no other panel van can come close to the Vauxhall Vivaro Sportive. So, while the Sportive will only ever be a niche vehicle mainly chosen by owner/drivers, nevertheless some will be bought with company cash. And what’s more, it’s made in the UK.
At a glance
It’s hard to believe that this futuristic van shape is now 12 years old. It stood out from the crowd back then and it still looks stylish today. That’s mainly down to the distinctive streamlined profile that runs at a rakish angle from the radiator grille, across the bonnet and up the windscreen into a ‘bubble-topped’ cab. The van was given a make-over in 2006 that included new profiled front and rear bumpers and a revised ‘Griffin’ logo in a new bolder V shaped, chrome finished grille. New headlight units were added, with integral indicators as opposed to the separate units previously fitted in the bumpers, while the rear light clusters have benefited from fashionable clear lenses as opposed to the previous ‘smoked’ finish. Smart alloy wheels add the finishing touch. The result is an unusual but smart looking van which should keep its looks thanks to the plastic mouldings. In addition to the plastic bumpers front and rear, there are plastic guards along its flanks and shrouding the high-up rear light clusters. Engines and spec.
The Vivaro slots in just below the Movano in the Vauxhall van line-up and is the manufacturer’s answer to the shorter and lower versions of the Ford Transit. Similarly, the most popular version is a panel van, available in short or long wheelbase forms. But other body styles are on offer including a 12-seat minibus, double cab and a low deck drop-side.
Powering our Vivaro test vehicle was the 2.0-litre common-rail diesel engine, with the option of 90bhp or 115bhp outputs. Plus, at launch the Vivaro was one of the first vans to be fitted with a six-speed gearbox as standard. This helps to deliver low fuel consumption, although it’s possible to boost economy further by choosing a Vivaro ecoFLEX. These models use green tweaks such as low-rolling-resistance tyres, longer gear ratios and optimised aerodynamics – plus an optional speed limiter – to deliver up to 42.7mpg economy.
At the wheel
Little has changed inside the Vivaro cab since the vehicle was launched and perhaps that’s down to the fact that it was so good in the first place. The instrument lay out and their visibility in bright sun light is good and everything seems logically laid-out and where you’d expect to find it in a van. If there is a niggle, then leg room and shoulder room are a bit tight for the larger figure although the range of adjustment in the driver’s seat is among the best in class. The test vehicle also had the optional driver’s seat and single passenger seat, as opposed to the standard two-seater passenger bench, which had the effect of creating more room for two burly blokes. The glove box is also a bit on the shallow side, although it has a deep pocket above it, while there is another handy A4-sized slot above the main central radio panel that’s ideal for storing the all-important driver’s clipboard. The top of the dashboard is steeply raked, like the windscreen, so nothing can be placed on it without it sliding down against the glass and covering the air vents. For eating out (in lay-bys!) there are a couple of ‘stepped’ can holders at each end of the dash which are ideal for cans and Styrofoam cups, though they don’t hold 500 ml bottles securely. There is also a curry hook on the left side of the dash, which may not sound too important at first. But the next time you buy a takeaway – curry or otherwise – and try transporting it home without this particular item, it can become very important indeed!
The Vivaro remains competitive in terms of dimensions, as well as payload, with even the SWB version capable of carrying a heavier load than short-wheelbase versions of its competitors.
On the road
Vauxhall’s Vivaro has been using the 2.0-litre diesel to power the van since the 2006 face-lift and it provides good performance. Owners who regularly do motorway work or drive the van fully laden will find the 115bhp version we tested a better choice than the 90bhp engine, though. Refinement is decent whichever you go for, and the six-speed gearbox helps to keep noise to a minimum when cruising.
Handling is crisp and clean, allowing for some pretty nifty work on the corners. It’s no exaggeration to say that you could sometimes forget you’re in a van and driving a big car. In fact, this must be one of the best riding vans on the road, whether running empty or loaded. No doubt that is down to the independent front suspension with McPherson struts and the semi-independent rear end with trailing arms and load-adaptable shock absorbers. The power steering is not too strong either, offering a decent bit of feedback when at speed or manoeuvring. Enhancing the whole package is the comfortable seat and pretty good driving position. Overall, the Vivaro handles well, with good ride quality either laden or unladen, and it's a comfortable van to drive for long distances.
A week with this van and I really did not want to give it back. It’s fast, it’s feisty and it’s fun. It will turn heads and should retain a high percentage of its original price at selling time as long as it is well maintained and kept in good condition. On the plus side, the Vivaro is designed with the driver in mind in that it is quiet, practical, has lots of storage space in the cab and the cargo load area in the rear is also well laid out and spacious. There are very few ‘cons’ worth mentioning, other than that the cabin can be a little tight for the fuller figure, the overwhelming grey-ness of the dashboard and centre console could have done with a cosmetic make-over and how to tune the radio still remains a mystery to me!
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Brilliant van and brilliant features.
Only had the van a short while but I am very happy with all the aspects of it.
Very pleased. Drives like a car and fulfills all my requirements.
Better than our VW Transporter it replaced.
Best van I've ever had simple as that!
Having had previously a ten year old large van which was slow and in need of an update, to drive the Vivaro is like driving a performance car, really pleased so far with every thing about the van, in particular build quality and performance. I can't fault Vanarama really pleased with the service they provide.
They are an absolutely brilliant van.
Very good high spec for the cost.
Not as quick as I hoped and not as good on fuel.
All round great van.
It could do with an arm rest that doesn't gather dirt and dust as much, some more storage on the dash and slightly bigger buttons on the radio as I have to really push them to get them to work. The door handles on the outside are quite stiff and sticky, but a very nice cab and nice to drive.
Super van, does exactly what it says on the can!!
This to me is the most practical and economical van of this range on the market. Really happy with the mpg I am getting and its so comfortable to drive. Mostly have 'eco mode' switched on for driving around town, but turn it off and the van has a decent bit of power when needed.
Great to drive, I had some great looks from passersby's, could be me or the van, either way enjoying the the whole drive to work and back.
Transit Custom Limited beats this in every department EXCEPT mpg. 30-32mpg as opposed to 38mpg ave. Everything seems cheaper on this and it has annoying alarms going off for different things and doors that don't unlock unless you press button several times. Stop/start doesn't like fast clutch/gear movements. You end up stopped at traffic lights for a few seconds while trying to encourage the engine to start. Radio changes in tone randomly now and then so it's booked in at the garage. Not had it long enough to comment about reliability. But I hired this for the mpg and it's doing well with that.
The driver is enjoying his experience so far.
A versatile vehicle that meets all my needs both business and pleasure, so much so I'm now seriously considering selling the family!
Only had the van a couple weeks so can't comment much but it turned up on time as promised and all looking and working well. Beautiful to drive, just like a car. Went for a LWB again but this new model is noticeably 100mm longer again.
Seems like an excellent van. The paintwork is definitely not hard wearing.
A true pleasure.
Value for money.
Very nice ride well equipped a pleasure to drive
Not being a petrol head I'm easily pleased, but I'm impressed so far. MPG seams good, drives well, I have it on Eco all the time and use cruise control on duel carriage ways. I have the platinum silver colour and it looks great. A few of the other builders and roofers have van envy. So far so good.
Only had van for 1 week but can't complain
Great van and nice to drive.
Like driving my car
Great van and certainly more cost effective than Transit, Vito & Transporter.
Really good van the one to have.
Great van, great colour, good looking all round. Kids love the rear seats plenty of room and space in the back for carrying my tools and materials.
Nice comfortable van, well kitted out in front and rear cabs.
The Vivaro is a very good van and a pleasure to use. My van has a limiter on it which beeps over 70mph, it is being addressed as we speak but I would recommend checking that none of the rest have it as I can imagine having a lot of call backs if this is the case.
great practical and roomy van
My Vivaro is great to drive, lots of torque when carrying 500ltrs of water, brilliant mpg and loads of leg room in the rear seats which is ideal for the mother in-law, all round brilliant van.
Brilliant van but load length would benefit from being 100mm longer.
It's early days, but on first impression it's very good. It's taken a while for me to get my head around leasing a vehicle, but i'm glad I made the decision to go down this route. I chose this van for its size as i'm a carpenter, at the moment, it fulfils my needs.
So far a super posh van full of lots of useful extras.
Generally quite pleased with vehicle, just let me down once, after only 2000 miles on clock with battery problems. Eventually, I found a Vauxhall dealership that would help me, they told me battery was fine. I'm not 100% certain the van will start in the mornings now winter is approaching.
This is the second Vivaro Sportive we have in our fleet. We like the build and drive quality of the Sportive and this latest Bi-Turbo has much more torque than the previous 155PS model.
Having owned the previous model, this takes it to another level! 40mpg urban is an excellent return, and comfort like driving a car.
Very good spacious sporty van.
Fantastic van with great fuel consumption, but still with the pulling power.
It's a fantastic van, I've really enjoyed driving it so far, it looks great and drives great. I couldn't be happier with it.
very good van
Second time we have bought this van. Great performance and very comfortable.
Early days yet, but so far so good. Really pleased with it.
The vehicle is very good, very fuel efficient and very comfortable.
Overall it’s a great van. A bit plastic on the inside, but an all-around nice van.
This is the best van I've ever had. It drives like a car and is very comfortable. The driving position is just as good, if not better than the old model Vivaro that I had. It is very economical due to its 1.6 twin turbo engine. I would recommend this van to anybody.
Practical modern van with all mod cons - Bluetooth, air con., cruise control, eco engine etc. Drives like a car, yet built for work.
It's like driving a car and very economical. A pleasure to go to work in. Thanks Vanarama!
This van is exactly how Vanarama said it would be! Great to drive with loads of power and performance but still giving superb MPG and a comfortable car like ride. Packed with all the essential features such as air con, parking sensors, cruise control, electric windows and Bluetooth connectivity. With colour coded bumpers and mirrors our business now has a great looking van and an essential tool in our marketing plan. We've only had this van for 4 months but already it has won us new business. A fantastic van-arama!
Brilliant would not swap for anything.
Drives well, looks good and I like the Bluetooth connection. Fuel economy is good and overall I am very pleased.
It's a good looking, good sized van and perfect for our type of work. The colour is great. The service from Vanarama throughout the purchase was excellent.
Very smooth, refined drive, amazing engine. I'm getting 40mpg so far and have only covered 500 miles, so expect this will improve further. Sat Nav, carpet mats, passenger airbags and alloys would be nice for this level of modern van - shame it hasn't got these. Good service from Vanarama, very happy, good ply lining. The Vivaro is the best value mid size van in the market place in my opinion. The BiTurbo engine is incredible.
At the moment its a very good van and I'm pleased so far.
Top vehicle, very happy !!
I should have leased this van earlier. It has had a positive direct impact on the business, both in profit and image! I was initially concerned that the 1.6 would be underpowered but has surprisingly more poke than our old Vivaro. It handles the weight we have to deal with too. Imagine a cut up double garage door on the side rack with a van full of tools and supplies! I would also like to recommend Vanarama for the transaction. It went as smooth as can be.
An excellent vehicle. Absolutely love my van, it looks so professional in my business. Handles superbly and very comfortable. It has all the refinements of a car. Really pleased with Vanarama as well so courteous and professional.
The L2 Vivaro stood out from the crowd due to the extra load space through the bulk head. With good looks, practicality and great performance for the amount of load we carry, it really is a great van to own. The styling is spot on, and the Sportive model has all the modern day equipment as standard. Once ply-lined and racked out, it carries all the essentials to run a carpentry business, as well as the capability to carry materials, including 8x4 sheets with ease. The colour options on the Sportive really make the van stand out on the road, and it's really like driving a modern family car rather than a van. Alloys as standard, like on the old model, would have been nice. For the price, you can't really go wrong. So far, it's been a pleasure to own.
Excellent van, comfortable, good looking, economic on fuel and a great specification. Well pleased.
Value for money against other makes/models.
I've had this van for about a month now and it's easily the most comfortable and easy to drive van I've driven so far. The bluetooth connectivity and the DAB radio are major perks and the cargo/tool space is spacious and easy to use and customize. Motorways are less tiring with cruise control and overall it's built for comfort. A big thumbs up from me.
Very good sporty van.
Lovely van, thanks for all your help.
I had a VW transporter before but fancied a change. After looking at all the vans available, I chose the Vivaro for looks and I liked the fact I could get a 3M pipe inside with the neat little lift up flap under the passenger seat.
I’ve only had the van for 3 months, so hard to tell if it is reliable or not. Downsides are 1. Brakes are a bit spongy, 2. MPG isn't that great. 3. Inside the cab isn't really well thought out. On the plus side 1. Very practical. 2. Ride quality is good. 3. Like creature comforts. 4. Good looking van. Overall I am very pleased with it so far.
Perfect van, looks good and drives well, best purchase I've made for a vehicle.
I love it. I am a kitchen and bathroom installer and I need to carry a lot of kit. I seem to have space to spare with this long wheelbase layout! I've only had it a couple of weeks but it has made a huge difference to my working day. Although I have been an installer for 17 years it makes me feel much more professional. I like the easy driving style, it's just like driving a good car really. Air con, electric everything, parking sensors, cruise control...what else could you want in a VAN! I'm getting over 40mpg driving locally, according to the comprehensive trip computer, so absolutely no complaints there. Very nimble even when fully loaded - brilliant! Only downsides are the horrible digital speedometer and lack of temperature and oil pressure gauges. Radio graphics are also disappointingly basic. Can't imagine that the flimsy plastic fuel cap cover will last long either and I don't think it was a clever idea to make me open the passengers door every time I need to fill up with diesel. And it would be better if you could turn off the Autostop feature PERMANENTLY instead of having to disable it every time you start the vehicle. But overall it was a superb choice and I look forward to driving to my jobs now!
I'm now two weeks in. Really happy with the van overall and the service provided by the guys at Vanarama. Really quick turnaround from initial placing of my order, to delivery! I am an electrical contractor and my vans are key to my business so having smart, reliable vehicles capable of carrying all the equipment used on a day to day basis is very important. This Vivaro ticks all the boxes. Very practical in terms of load carrying in the back and storage in the cab. Loads of cubby-holes. It's a very nice spec with everything I need. Bluetooth allows me to answer the phone while on the move, cruise control for the longer journeys. The cab feels more like a nice car than a van! The 1.6 BiTurbo engine is very impressive. Smooth and very quiet. Plenty of power even when loaded - shows up the equivalent Ford model! No problems climbing and motorways are a breeze. MPG is pretty good when driven fairly conservatively, but be warned, it is easy to get carried away where the engine pulls so nicely! Overall, the package is excellent and I would definitely have another based on my experience so far!
The van looks fantastic especially in Black. It shouts professionalism when you turn up at a client’s property. I am a builder specialising in extensions and refurbs, new kitchens and bathrooms all top end quality homes. I was concerned that a 1.6 was not going to have enough power despite the horsepower figures. I was wrong it has muscle and refinement is smooth and so quiet in the cab, it’s like being in a modern car. I have had the van for about 6 months now and it’s a real pleasure to own and drive. The load through hatch is great and saves leaving the rear door open for gear to get wet. We drive locally every day about 50 miles and a few times per month to London, which is about 300 miles there and back. It’s a dream and eats the miles. The fuel consumption really needs to be seen to be believed it uses so little even at speed and with a load on. The built in Bluetooth system to the stereo is great and my iPhone connects straight away and the handsfree clarity is great, never had anyone say I sound like I’m underwater etc. Just a note to say that the headlights are very good the daylight running lights look good but at night the main headlights really do work well. The centre seat is folded down and I use it as my desk, iPad on it and clipboard up it makes it so easy not to forget materials etc. as I just write it down and it’s in my face all the time which is great if you’re busy and forgetful. A great van. Only problem I have had is the service due light coming on prematurely, but my local Vauxhall swapped the binnacle over and hey presto all is well. PS the cruise control is a real nice feature when on the motorway. GET ONE YOU WILL LOVE IT!!
I use my van for my heating and plumbing business and have had the van for a month now. The van is the lwb version as I needed to get full lengths of pipe and my ladders inside so no roof rack. The van is averaging 39 mpg considering the van is always full that is very good. Would recommend van to anybody as well as the service from Vanarama first class.
After having larger vans in the past, I went for something a little bit smaller as I'd taken on a bit more work where I needed to access underground car parks and this van does the job due to the height of the vehicle. The long wheel base is perfect for storing tools and materials, it drives like a dream and is also very reliable.
Considering it is only a 1.6, I am surprised by how powerful and responsive it is.
Very pleased. I will be looking to get another in the new year.
Just what I was looking for! Perfect in all the ways! Very helpful customer service! Ed, Bianca and the rest of the team was absolutely outstanding! Thank you Vanarama!
I use this van every day for work. It's comfortable to drive and is very good on fuel, great size van for all my work purposes.
Very good all round vehicle.
A very good all round van, great on fuel and very good performance.
leased a van 2 months ago. I am very pleased with it, great drive, looks like a car inside and it has all the mod cons. Cheap to run saves me at least £70 pounds per month on fuel. All in all very happy.
A good all round long wheelbase van. Good mileage numbers and comfortable cab area.
I've had my van almost a year now and I can't fault it - it is vantastic. Very comfortable and looks the part too. Definitely recommend.
My van is very good for me because off the mileage I do. Very comfortable too - thanks!
Overall very pleased with this van. Car like drive and and comfortable...only thing I'd like is adjustable front passenger seats. Definitely recommend the Vivaro crew :)
So far so good
Vehicle replaced ten year old van for my carpenters use. They travel 35 miles to get into work and work around north London so need a van that is comfortable and reliable. The Vauxhall Vivaro is a great edition to our company fleet.
Very comfy van to drive with loads of room for tools and material in the back. Delighted with it😀😀
We use our van for driving to work and back, we have had the van approx. 8 weeks, very comfortable and drives great compared to our old Vivaro although we have one problem the space between the gear stick and the passenger seat is smaller and also if you put anything on the passenger seat it slips off and goes between the seats. Would like it to have sat nav.
This van is used for our fire protection engineer to attend sites all over the UK. It is large enough to transport the tools and consumables we need to carry out our works efficiently. In the 4 weeks we have had the van we have not experienced any problems. We have found it to be comfortable and economical with fuel consumption. Our engineer finds the Vivaro to be comfortable to drive which helps keep him happier on the road. At this stage we do not have anything negative to review and overall are extremely pleased with our choice.
Very good at the moment but early days yet as I have only had it a couple of months
First impressions very good, however too early to make a considered opinion.
We have transits but thought we would give the cheaper vivaro a go. Not in the same class but it is a cheaper vechile so I guess you get what you pay for. But not unhappy with it!
A little under powered compared with previous model
Perfect.....Exactly what we were after.....
Easy drive, looks like a car inside. Loads of space on the rear.
A great bit kit!!
Great van with lots of extras, long loads can be stored inside with the with lift up door in bulk head.
Perfect for our needs
Delighted with the van, becoming more like a car comfort wise!!
Had the van a few months now. A good drive. Downsides - struggled pulling box trailer up hill and its the Bi-Turbo!Also not keen on the gearbox as its easy to select the wrong gear.
It drives like a car, it is so smooth. Amazing on diesel and is extremely comfortable. I definitely recommend the Sportive.
Good work van.
Fantastic. Leased as a second van but can't find enough excuses to go in the Vivaro. Great in every way.
Really like the van, however the seat belts are small in comparison to most other vans on the market. So you feel a bit trapped once your all belted up.
Very practical and comfortable. Looks great with my stickers on.
Very good. Only one thing lets it down, it can't carry 3 metre lengths of pipe in the under storage passenger seat compartment without lifting the load through hatch up.
Great little van for what we want it for. Every bit as good as we hoped.
I love this van. My first ever brand new van and this is how I will go in the future. When my contract is up I will get a new one again with Vanarama.
Very nice looking has all the toys except sat nav, which should be standard in today's expectations.
Amazing new vehicle. Very comfortable and great on fuel.
It's early days yet, but I am glad I traded my old Transit in for this new van with all the extras blue tooth, air con, reversing sensors, cruise control and much more. I am pleased with the pulling power of this 1.6 bi turbo 120 PS version Vivaro sportive van.
Happy with the van. Ideal with what I need it for.
Really nice van. Drives & handles like a car. I was a bit dubious of how well the 1.6 diesel would do, but the BIturbo 120 makes my old VW T5 2.5 TDI seem like a dinosaur. The only downside is that the sat nav and alloys are extras, even on the Sportive, yet come as standard on the Renault Traffic version. Other than that, a lovely van all round.
Over the moon class van and great power. Only averaging 34.9 to the gallon but I'm in the country, so no probs with that.
Excellent van. Really nice smooth van to drive, plus very good on fuel.
This vehicle is a excellent van. Total comfort and all the tech too. The Eco button is an amazing piece of kit.
Best van I've ever owned,or driven actually. Only my old Freight Rover Sherpa beats it on handling but that was made out of a solid block of British Leyland steel and stuck to the road like glue. Vans have come a long way since then needless to say and for me the new Vivaro is right at the forefront of where vans are at right now. I've done 3500 miles in this van so far and am returning 40mpg combined, in comfort. Load area with through bulkhead is very usable in my job as a bedroom furniture fitter and the van stays economical and pulls like a train even when fully loaded. Handles great. Much less body roll than the Transit Custom I had on rental for a week. Very comfortable driving position and having spent 3.5 hours driving to work on one job I still felt fresh enough for an 8 hour fit and 2 hour traffic free drive home with no back problems. Mirrors work well. Cruise control works great. Engine has very good torque even in eco setting. In normal mode van is actually pretty quick. Looks great, engine is quiet. It has quality sound from DAB radio and loads of cab storage. Only annoying thing for me is the rear door open alarm which should have a switch off mode for me. Buy one.
The van looks great, drives well and is very economical.
Having always bought vans before, I always stuck to the lowest spec - less things to go wrong! This van is sheer luxury to me. I still don't think I've worked out everything it does. Top marks.
This van is perfect for the job I have for it. Running costs are good and great comfort is all there with the Vauxhall Vivaro super van.
Great van so far, hope it lasts aswell as I think.
I have only had the van for a week but am very impressed so far. The styling is great and the extras in the Sportive add to its appeal. It looks like I should get 600 miles to a tank of fuel which is significantly better than my previous Vivaro.
Very nice van. Looks good and feels solid. Very quiet inside when driving. I like the power and fuel economy too. I also like the level of features as standard.
When it was getting delivered my first impressions were wow, what a smart van and after driving it even more impressed.
Too early to judge reliability, but this van is a real pleasure to drive. Last van was an 07 plate and the gulf in comfort and quality between the two is massive. The front cab looks and feels like a top quality car. I'm a bit gutted to have to install the seat covers. The rest of the van looks good too. I took it on the motorway and the engine performance was great. Really pleased.
Nice so far, but early days.
Better economy than my previous Vivario
Good all rounder, that drives like a car. It's a little under powered for steep hills and overtaking when in ECO and a little more space in the cab for a 3rd person would be better. The seat belt could do with being a little longer for larger people.
First impressions - excellent. Having only driven the vehicle for one day I cannot fully comment on reliability/performance/running costs.
So far I can't fault it.
Only lack was the alloy wheels, but maybe next time they will be in stock.
Vans have come along way nowadays, like driving a car!!
Great, very pleased.
Great value for money. Good size and easy drive.
The van is a nice looking van and is so nice to drive.
I had previously owned a Vivaro, so I was expecting the same or better and I got much better. Drives like a good quality car and everything is at hand for the driver. Only had it one day so I cannot give it 5 stars on all points, as a lot of them will take time to determine the ratings. But over all, a fabulous looking van with everything I need to make my business and working day a pleasure. Would certainly recommend one to others.
Looks great, drives great and good on fuel.
I had a Vivaro before and if this one is half as good, it's going to be great.
Really pleased, it's a completely different drive to my Renault Trafic, a lot more responsive in every way.
It's a great vehicle; very reliable. Good performance, easy to drive and powerful; rear design and design needs updating though now to match the new Ford which is aesthetically better looking.
Great van does exactly what I need
Great, very pleased
Arrived promptly. Great to drive, comfortable and stylish. Only just got it but so far very happy
Very nice van for the money.
Very pleased with the van in general apart from the radio, hands free information display it's a bit old fashioned looking. Does look good in black so probably worth the extra few weeks wait.
Could be more than 4 stars in some areas, could be less. Seems great!
A good practical van.
Really impressed with the features of the van
A very good van has done what I wanted to so far.
excellent van,looks great,very good to work off
Nice van - it is exactly what I want
Very comfortable, handles well.
Good value van that has improved over the years. Colour coded rear bumper is a mistake.
Just got the van today but its not the first Vivaro we have had so I will know what to expect, a great all round van.
I have only driven 50 miles in it so far on the day of delivery, Still getting use to it really, but as mentioned above it really needs to have reversing seniors/ camera so you can see where your reversing regards the blind spot distance. Can this be added to the van by the leasing Company?
As I said I was after something different but I am very pleased with what I have. Very comfortable, very spacious. Great looking and great to drive.
So far really good
Looks a fantastic van.
Very good van
Pleased with the van for the reasons above
great van am really pleased with it
Couldn't be happier
although I have only had this for over 24 hours, so far so good.
very nice drive smooth comfortable and easy on the eye
Great van and impressed with the mileage. Would definitely recommend Vauxhall's for their comfort and economy efficient running costs.
its a really nice van and great to drive.
I thought the Vauxhall is a nice looking van and well equiped, (To early to say about running costs at the moment)
Very happy with the van looks great drives superb looking forward to doing many miles in it
very economical what we need in this presant climate
Only had it 1 day.. but so far very very inpressed .
Practical van and nice to drive, wish it had rear parking sensors but you cant have everything in life.
The model purchased offers our engineers that little bit extra rather than driving the base model,and particularly with the no deposit deal its goood value for us as well.
This is our second one and we still prefers these to all the others
A quality and practical van .
The Vauxhall Viviaro sportive LWB is a comfortable van to be behind the wheel ,drives fantastic and holds the road well on cornering. A good looking van from the outside with all the sporty trim and the metallic paint and loads of electric gadgets that comes standard with the van which other vans they are all extras and are very costly when you start putting them on. The best one is the blue tooth stereo saves the effort and money getting one installed ,as running a company its a must have when you are on the move. Great van to have , really good on fuel. plenty room in load bay for all tools and materials. can get up to about 2.6m length in the back so doors wont struggle to close with a sheet of plasterboard or ply. Great value for the money . recommend this van to anyone looking for a good quality van
Only just received the vehicle but all looks good so far
It's a van !!
Exactly as ordered
very good - the added extra of the sportive trim makes a massive difference to the overall appearance and driver comfort.