Four small vans to look out for: Fiesta Van, Transit Courier, Fiorino Cargo, Corsavan

Date: Friday, August 10, 2018

 

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Vauxhall Corsavan

The Corsavan offers a maximum payload of 571kg and its load area is accessed via a rear hatch tailgate and contains four tie-down points and a wipe-clean rubber floor.

Kit includes ESP, which brings with it standard safety features such as cornering brake control, active rollover protection and hill-start assist.

All models also get six airbags, electric windows and door mirrors, an audio system with aux-in, DAB and Bluetooth, a tyre pressure monitoring system and speed-sensitive power steering.

All Corsavan engines are Euro6-compliant. We drove the generously specified Sportive 1.3 CDTi 95hp S/S. It features a stylish interior, with reasonable storage provisions and an impressive amount of legroom. On the road, it is lively and nimble and likely to appeal to customers looking for an engaging drive as well as a little load-lugger.

This year, Vauxhall has expanded its Corsavan line-up with the addition of a new top-of-the-range Limited Edition Nav model. The load space of 0.92m3, with a load bay height of 921mm, is simple to access from the rear hatch, and has a comfortably low loading height.

Sample model: Sportive 1.3 CDTi 95hp s/s
Engine size 1.3-litre
Payload 571kg
Load volume 0.9m3
Combined mpg 74.3mpg
CO2 101g/km
Price (ex VAT) £14,458


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