Vauxhall Combo (2002–2012)

Model History

January 2002

Vauxhall Combo launched in the UK

Compact van using Corsa mechanicals. Various engines including Fiat 1.25 Multijet diesel. For UK available as a 'Crewvan' with back seats like continental Combo kombi, but tin sides so it still qualifies as a van for VAT purposes. Handles very well indeed, almost sporty.

Combo 1.3 CDTi available with Easytronic automated manual and priced from from £10,665 ex VAT, rising to £11,665 for the five-seater crew van model.

Combo Expression launched October 2007 from £7,995 (ex VAT). Load volume of 2.76 cubic metres (SAE method) and a payload of up to 613kg. 75PS 1.3-litre CDTi engine, power steering, ABS with EBD and Electronic Brake Assist and a light, easy-shifting five-speed gearbox, standard glazed rear windows.

Length: 4,323mm
Width (body only): 1,685mm
Width (including mirrors): 1,892mm
Height: 1,801mm
Cargo length (rear seats up): 980mm.
Cargo length (rear seats down): 1980mm.
Cargo volume (rear seats down): 2.7 cubic metres.
Kerb weight (1.3CDTI): 1287kg
Braked towing weight: 1,000kg

1.4i 16v Twinport Ecotec 4 petrol: 1,364cc belt-cam petrol: 90PS at 5,600rpm / 125Nm at 4,000rpm.

1.3 CDTi 16v Ecotec 4 1,248cc chain-cam diesel: 70PS at 4,000rpm / 170Nm at 1,750-2,500rpm.

1.7 CDTi 16v Ecotec 4 1,686cc chain-cam diesel: 100PS at 4,400rpm / 240Nm at 2,300rpm.

What does a Vauxhall Combo (2002 – 2012) cost?