Vauxhall offers just two trim levels – Vivaro and Vivaro Sportive – with both closely matching their equivalents in the closely-related Fiat Talento, Nissan NV300 and Renault Trafic.
The standard Vivaro gets a DAB radio with USB connectivity and Bluetooth, in addition to steering wheel-mounted audio controls, stability control and a trip computer.
However, it’s the Sportive that you should really be looking at, because this adds air conditioning, LED daytime running lights, cruise control, parking sensors, the all-important load-through bulkhead, and metallic paint with colour coded bumpers.
That said, it should be noted that even the standard Vivaro gets more than a base-level Vito does.
Keyless entry and start are options, as is a Navi 80 IntelliLink sat-nav system. It has free TomTom Live traffic updates, but best of all it declutters the central dash replacing all of the radio controls with a 7.0-inch touchscreen.