The award-winning Vauxhall Movano, the heavy-duty van with more cabin comfort, more load-capacity, and a choice of either front- or rear-wheel drive.
With gross vehicle weights of up to 4.5 tonnes, Movano gets the job done. And with panel vans available in a range of heights, load lengths and drivetrains, choice is never going to be an issue. Select from a choice of doublecab models, chassis cab, crew cab and platform cab variants, plus tippers, dropsides, box vans and a range of passenger carriers.
All Movano panel vans provide easy access to the load area. Wide, 1,270mm side doors allow a euro-pallet to be loaded sideways with the L2, L3 and L4 versions. On H1 and H2 variants the rear doors are full height. H2 models cope easily with load heights of up to 1,820mm. Load lengths can be up to 4.38m, while conveniently located lashing eyes and points mean ample space for secure and balanced cargo stowage. In addition, a sturdy metal bulkhead to protect the cab occupants is standard.
The people you need, where they are needed, with whatever they need to get the job done. It’s easy with the Movano Doublecab. Three lengths, three gross vehicle weights, three power options and two heights fit to just about any task.
A fully trimmed cabin with three front seats, the centre seat with fold-flat capability, four seats in the second row, integrated into the bulkhead, offers comfort for a crew of seven.
No two jobs are the same, and no two roads are the same. So, if heavy payloads are important to your business, you’ll already be considering rear-wheel drive (RWD). Vauxhall Movano is available with RWD in a choice of two vehicle lengths, two roof heights and with gross vehicle weights (GVW) of either 3,500kg or 4,500kg, and a towing capacity of up to three tonnes. If a low loading height and low kerb weights are important, then the front-wheel drive (FWD) will suit your needs.
Available as an option is this deep-contoured seat with adjustable lumbar support and armrest. Fully height-adjustable.
Cruise control with speed limiter
Cruise control allows the driver to maintain a constant speed and to select a temporary maximum speed, helping to avoid speeding fines and reducing fuel costs.
A factory-set Speed Limiter (56mph, 63mph or 68mph) is also available as an optional extra.