Movano 3500 L3 Diesel FWD 2.3 Turbo D 145ps Crew Cab Tipper
The Vauxhall Movano is a large van that first went on sale in this 'Movano B' guise in 2010. It got a major refresh and facelift in 2019, and remains one of the best big vans to choose if you need plenty of payload.
Based on the same platform and structure as the equivalent Renault Master – which also forms the basis of the Nissan NV400c– this Movano is not the most sophisticated large van on the market. But does it offer strong value and very high payloads at the all-important 3.5-tonne (3,500kg) gross vehicle weight.
Following the introduction of the latest Euro 6.2 (Or 6d-Temp) emmissions regulations, leading the class in this critical area.
Sometimes referred to as the 2020 model year change, the most recent Movano facelift introduced a new-look front end, vastly improved interior, additional safety equipment and a substantially upgraded range of 2.3-litre diesel engines, all of which feature BiTurbo twin-turbo technology for better fuel efficiency and performance.
The facelift, which informs much of this review, brings a higher bonnet line and improved engine cooling, and is easily spotted by the large griffin badge (apparently the biggest Vauxhall has ever made) in the centre of the grille, aligned with a central chrome strip that joins up with the new daytime running lights.
With a range of both panel vans and also chassis cabs conversions such as Dropside, Tipper, Boxvans and Lutons available - Vauxhall have every option covered.
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