New Vauxhall Combo to cost from £15.6K

Prices set lower than outgoing compact van.


Dealers have opened order books for the new Vauxhall Combo van, at prices starting from £15,630.

According to its makers, the new compact van is more car-like than any of its predecessors – as we reported in June. The Combo is part of a joint programme with sister brands Peugeot and Citroën.

The Vauxhall Combo, Peugeot Partner and Citroën Berlingo are all built on the same platform, combining the PSA Group’s EMP2 modular car platform at the front with a commercial vehicle rear chassis.

All the new Combo variants will go on sale at lower prices than previous equivalent models. The £15,630 price of the entry-level Edition Diesel compares to £16,125 for the outgoing version. The mid-range Sportive Diesel costs from £17,703 (previously £18,670) and the top-level LE Nav from £18,905 – all prices plus VAT.

Standard equipment on Edition models includes a four-way adjustable driver’s seat. storage under the passenger seat, 15-inch wheels, a fixed steel bulkhead, a kerbside sliding door and overhead storage.

The dash includes a five-inch display radio with Bluetooth and DAB, one-touch windows and electric and heated exterior mirrors.

Vauxhall Combo The Van ExpertSportive versions add two extra adjustments to the driver’s seat including lumbar support, as well as an armrest and storage, and four-way adjustment on the passenger seat.

Larger 16-inch wheels, air conditioning, metallic paint, front and rear body-colour bumpers, rear parking sensors, cruise control (with speed limiter) and an alarm are also part of the standard Sportive package.

Body-colour exterior mirrors, exterior door handles, side protection mouldings, a front bumper with skid plate, 16-inch alloy wheels and an eight-inch touchscreen with navigation feature on LE Nav models.

Vauxhall also offers a Combo Crewvan, at prices from £18,605. It is fitted with a fold-flat passenger seat and a two-position caged bulkhead that moves forward when the second row seats are folded down. A protective bag is included to prevent damage to the interior and dashboard from longer loads.

First deliveries of the new Combo van are expected in December.

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Andrew Charman
Andrew Charman
Andrew is the News and Road Test Editor for The Van Expert. He is a member of the Guild of Motoring Writers, and has been testing and writing about new cars and vans for more than 20 years, and attends many new model launches each year.

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