Vauxhall Combo Life available to order now | New Release - Car News Jun 2018


13:35 Friday 08 Jun 2018

Order books for the all-new Vauxhall Combo Life have opened now ahead of its showroom launch in the autumn.

It will arrive in Vauxhall showrooms from September, and comes in a choice of either Design or Energy trims. The latter will be available as either a five- or seven-seater, while customers can also choose between either standard or XL wheelbases.

Priced from £20,530 on-the-road, the entry-level Design 1.2-litre 110PS Turbo Start/Stop 6-speed manual model includes features such air conditioning, DAB Radio with USB and Bluetooth audio streaming, and 16-inch steel wheels with styled wheel covers all as standard.

Energy trim starts from £21,970 on-the-road for the five-seater 1.2-litre (110PS) Turbo Start/Stop 6-speed manual model, which boasts an eight-inch colour touchscreen infotainment system, 16-inch alloy wheels, and front and rear parking sensors.

The Energy seven-seater starts from £22,530 on-the-road for the 1.2-litre (110PS) Turbo Start/Stop 6-speed manual model, whose specification includes 35/30/35 split-folding second-row seats with fold-flat facility, two removable third-row seats, and two foldable tables with cup-holders.

The Vauxhall Combo Life will be available with a variety of turbo-charged, direct injection petrol and diesel engine options. CO2 emissions are as low as 111g/km, with fuel economy of up to 67.3mpg. All engines are compliant with the Euro 6d-TEMP emissions standard that comes into force for all new registrations from September 2019. Transmission options include both five-speed and six-speed manual, and a low-friction eight-speed automatic with Quickshift technology on top-of-the-range 1.5-litre diesel versions.

Combo Life will have driver assistance systems such as Driver Drowsiness Alert, Rear View Camera with 180° bird’s-eye view, Head-up display, IntelliGrip traction control, Forward collision alert with pedestrian detection and Automatic Emergency Braking, Front camera system, Speed Sign Recognition, Lane Keep Assist, Automatic Cruise Control, Intelligent Speed Adaptation, Advanced Park Assist, and new Flank Guard system that supports the driver while turning at low speeds by providing a warning when there is a risk that the flank of the vehicle will collide into an obstacle, such as pillars, barriers, walls or other vehicles.

Comfort features include heated steering wheel and heated front seats. Technology includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Standard length versions boast at least 597 litres of luggage capacity, rising to at least 850 litres for XL wheelbase models.


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