New Vivaro


The all-new Vivaro puts flexibility first. It comes in two lengths (4.95m and 5.30m) and three body styles –panel van, doublecab (for up to six occupants), and platform chassis. Your call.

Payload, capacity and flexibility

Handle your heaviest jobs, hassle-free:


  • Maximum cargo capacity 6.6m3
  • Payload of up to 1,400kg – 200kg more than its predecessor
  • Maximum trailer load 2,500kg – 500kg more than its predecessor
  • The 5.30m version can stow objects up to 4.02m long with FlexCargo – an optional load-through flap under the front passenger seat


FlexCargo also lets you fold down the back of the middle seat into a table for documents, notebook or tablet.


Automatic side sliding doors are available – just open each door with a foot movement.


IntelliGrip traction control system (optional) provides stability on slippery surfaces and, to cope with work sites, the new Vivaro also has higher ground clearance plus underbody protection.

Driver assistance systems and connectivity

This van bristles with the latest technology, including adaptive cruise control, forward-collision alert and automatic emergency braking.


An head-up display shows you key information while helping you keep your eyes on the road, while its sensors warn you of obstacles when parking and monitor your side blind-spot.

New Vivaro infotainment systems come with:


  • A 7-inch touchscreen
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Vauxhall Connect
  • European navigation with 3D view (Multimedia Navi)


You can order New Vivaro from February 2019 and see it in showrooms from late summer. An all-new Vivaro battery electric vehicle will launch in 2020.

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