CV Show briefs

Date: Thursday, May 28, 2015   |   Author: James Dallas

Vivaro range on show

Vauxhall displayed its full Vivaro range, including Combi, double cab, platform cab,
LWB and high-roof versions, for the first time. In addition, the manufacturer highlighted its ability to carry out bespoke racking conversions in-house at its Luton plant where it can also undertake signwriting and vinyl wrapping. Vauxhall has re-branded its in-house Core Conversions as Factory Recognised Conversions.

Book ATS online

ATS Euromaster has launched a new service for customers to book appointments online at its 343 UK centres. Customers can supply the tyre size required in advance to ensure the right product is stocked in time for their appointment. The online booking service is also available for aTS’s mobile fleet of 820 vans.

Fiat’s sporty Ducato

Fiat Professional unveiled the Sportivo version of its recently facelifted Ducato at the NEC. The Sportivo is based on the Tecnico specification, adding a painted grille, strip lights and alloy wheels. The cabin gets sports seats and leather trimming on the steering wheel and gear stick. The Sportivo is available with the most powerful 150hp engine on
the short-wheelbase and long- wheelbase high-roofed version.

 

 



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