Is the Fiat Doblo the same as the Vauxhall Combo?
The last Vauxhall Combo was mechanically identical to the Fiat Doblo. But Vauxhall is now part of the same group as Peugeot and Citroen, and the new Combo is based on the Citroen Berlingo/Peugeot Partner.
Where is the Vauxhall Combo life made?
Like most “Vauxhalls” they are made by its sister company Opel – in Germany.
What engine is in a Vauxhall Combo?
Combo D (2011-2018)
|Engine||1.4 L Fire I4 (petrol) 1.4 L Fire Turbojet I4 (CNG) 1.6 L CDTI I4 (diesel)|
|Transmission||5-speed manual 6-speed manual 5-speed automatic|
|Wheelbase||SWB: 2,755 mm (108.5 in) LWB: 3,105 mm (122.2 in)|
Does a Vauxhall Combo have a Cambelt?
Registered. yes 1.7 has a toothed belt. Interval is 100k or ten years for those.
What is the best small van on the UK market?
The best small vans 2021
- Fiat Doblo Cargo. Fiat updated the Doblo Cargo some years ago, adding a new engine and an updated interior.
- Nissan NV250. The Nissan NV250 is the replacement for the oddly proportioned but very practical Nissan NV200.
- Ford Transit Courier.
- Ford Transit Connect.
- Volkswagen Caddy.
- Peugeot Partner.
What type of van is a Vauxhall Combo?
With its switch to PSA Group running gear, the Vauxhall Combo van is now a front-runner in the small van class. There are generous cargo weights in the back, easy access and plenty of useful load carrying options.
Who makes the Vauxhall Combo van?
Although the Fiat has been updated since then in Europe, Vauxhall has retained the original interior in the UK. The firm has announced that it will replace the Fiat-based Combo in 2018 with an all-new model based on the forthcoming Peugeot Partner, courtesy of Vauxhall/Opel’s new ownership by PSA Group.
Are Vauxhall Zafiras still being made?
Vauxhall has ended production of its Zafira Tourer and Astra GTC models following low sales, driven by growing demand for SUV alternatives.
What kind of Van is the Vauxhall Combo?
The Vauxhall Combo may look familiar because it’s actually a rebadged version of the Fiat Doblo Cargo with a slightly redesigned front end. That’s good news as the Doblo is a capable and good quality van with proven mechanicals.
Is the Vauxhall Combo 1.3 CDTI a good car?
A stupid result of one of the many ridiculous laws the Brits put up with to the bemusement of other nationalities. The Combo 1.3 CDTI is by far the best van I’ve ever driven. It steers well, rides well, handles very well and even goes well, despite its tiny 70bhp engine.
How much does a Vauxhall Kombi combo cost?
So please, Vauxhall, go for volume, charge £9,750 for a proper Combo Kombi with windows in the sides, and let Britain have the best handling utility there is for sensible money. What do owners think?
How often do you have to service a Vauxhall Combo van?
The system is set up so that it automatically starts in front-drive mode when you start the van – you have to physically select 4WD via a dash-mounted control to engage the rear wheels. Service intervals for the 1.2 Turbo petrol are annual or every 12,500 miles.