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It’s been a decade since the Vauxhall Movano first hit the roads, yet during that time this large van hasn’t really changed all that much. This latest version, unveiled at the end of 2019, makes do with a facelift and new engines.
Based on the Renault Master van, the Vauxhall Movano is also closely related to the Nissan NV400, and has to compete against titans of the large van sectors like the Ford Transit and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, as well as the Fiat Ducato, Citroën Relay, Peugeot Boxer and Volkswagen Crafter.
The Movano is available with gross vehicle weights (GVW) from 2.8 tonnes to 4.5 tonnes, can transport up to 2100kg (over 1500kg for a 3.5 tonne van) and has a maximum load volume of 17m3.
On the inside there is a new Intellilink 5.0 navigation system that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. There are also new seats with improved lumbar support and the option of an air suspended seat option for the driver. New safety features have been added too, with Side Wind Assist, lane departure warning and blindspot detection, as well as the option of a rear-view camera that's paired with a 7in screen where the rear-view mirror would be.