Rugged and ultra-practical, Combo Cargo sure does make a lasting impression. It's down-to-earth design paired with a sleek, sporty finish means it really looks the business.
Combo Cargo's interior is full of premium features. Including a modern cockpit that puts everything your need at your fingertips, with an 8-inch colour touchscreen, and all your controls and buttons where you need them. The Interior's complete with an all-adjustable steering wheel and high seating position that lets you drive in total comfort.
The new Combo Cargo also offers a safe solution for comfortably transporting both people and equipment with its crew cab option – suitable for a team of up to five. Working material is safely stowed behind a removable partition wall and the rear bench can be folded down for optimum versatility. A handy flap in the partition means that especially long items can be transported too. These clever solutions enable the Combo Cargo to double as a “team bus” for five people and a transporter with extended load area.
Furthermore, the new Combo offers numerous additional storage possibilities for smaller items such as bags, laptops/tablets and stationery, as well as large door and seat back pockets and two gloveboxes.
The highly versatile seating configuration options are further proof of just how flexible and comfortable the new Vauxhall Combo is. These range from a four-way adjustable seat for both driver and front passenger, to a six-way adjustable driver seat with adjustable lumbar support, integrated armrest and practical under seat storage compartment. Alternatively, three occupants can also sit abreast in the front of the Combo, thanks to the two-seater bench – which is optionally available with a moveable table, so the driver can catch up on work when stationary.
The driver and front seat passenger can also enjoy heated seats on cold days, while the optional heated steering wheel brings luxury and technology to the LCV market, usually only found in higher segments.
Elsewhere, the dual zone climate control ensures pleasant temperatures inside the new Combo and allow the driver and front seat passenger to enjoy separate settings. Integrated sun sensors adjust the system depending on intensity of the sun, while the humidity sensor and automatic air dispersion prevent misting.
The Combo is available as a standard (4.4m) or XL version (4.75m) – both with a choice of two or three front seats. It also comes as a spacious crew cab with five seats. The new compact Vauxhall transporter outshines its segment rivals with a load volume of up to 4.4m3. It can also transport payloads up to 1,000kg and long items up to 3,440mm in length. The Combo can also load up to two Euro pallets thanks to the increased distance between the wheel arches.
Long items, such as wooden planks can be stowed at an angle via the optional roof hatch. A sensor-based overload indicator is also available. It allows the driver to check the vehicle is not overloaded – a unique feature in the segment. While the optional Construction Pack set-up ensures the Combo even masters difficult terrain with ease.
The Construction Pack provides improved underride protection thanks to a sump guard and Michelin Latitude Tour Mud and Snow tyres for added grip. The chassis height is also increased by 30mm.
The Combo is available in numerous variants, allowing countless configurations to suit all sector needs.
Another major advantage to the Combo, is being able to easily load bulky items through the rear doors, with a low loading edge of just 548mm. Even in the standard Combo variant, there is enough space between the wheel arches for a forklift to load two Euro pallets. This saves time when loading and unloading and in turn money, as work can be turned around more quickly.
Safety is also a major consideration in the new design. There are six tie rings on the floor and an option to fit four more at mid-height to ensure everything is kept secure and in place. Furthermore, a partition available as a solid.