2019 Vauxhall Vivaro Life first drive review

The Vivaro Life is based on Vauxhall’s midsize Vivaro van, but with windows and seats, it’s designed to carry people (up to eight as standard) rather than payload. But how well does it fulfil the brief of MPV, taxi or minibus? Auto Trader’s Road Test Editor, Ivan Aistrop, goes to Vauxhall’s home of Luton, England to find out.

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11 Replies to “2019 Vauxhall Vivaro Life first drive review”

  1. What equipment does it have? Nav? Bluetooth? DAB? Do the seats fold? Are they removable? Slidable? Cubby holes, power points, vents etc etc etc
    Come on, that was garbage.

  2. So now we have a Citroen/Peugeot/Toyota/Vauxhall version of the exact same vehicle… soon we won't need separate reviews of vehicles.

  3. It seams that this new one is much smaller compare to last generation(Trafic/Vivaro), and this one is called "new" Zafira in europe.

  4. This Vauxhall/Opel/Renault/Nissan looks like a Peugeot/Citroen/Fiat. So, in this part of the market you can have a Ford Transit Custom or this with one of a dozen manufacturers' badges on it. 🙂

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