The L2H2 panel van is the latest addition to the Vauxhall Commercial Vehicles Combo line-up, which provides load height of over five feet, the company announced at the CV Show in Birmingham in late April.
The latest Combo model is a long-wheelbase, high-roof panel van and is expected to satisfy the growing demand for such commercial vehicles. The vehicle offers an extra 245 millimetres of height over the H1 model and is offered with two different engine types – 90 horsepower or 105 horsepower 1.6-litre diesel engines. Both engines have stop/start technology fitted as standard.
The van comes with an outstanding cargo capacity of 5.0 cubic metres, it is 2,125 millimetres high and has an overall length of 4,740 millimetres, meaning the model provides more room than its predecessors. The L2H2 has a payload of one tonne, the same as that of the other Combo models.
The new addition to the Combo range is designed to meet the expectations of the end user. It has a width of 1,230 millimetres between the wheel arches, which allows the vehicle to easily transport a Europallet, for example.
The new Combo van demonstrates Vauxhall's commitment to satisfying the needs and demand from customers, says Steve Bryant, brand manager at Vauxhall Commercial Vehicles. Today's customers increasingly look for various options when it comes to commercial vehicles and the latest Combo will have a positive impact on the already impressive Combo line-up, answering the need of the end -user, Bryant added.
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