By Stewart Smith on 2018-02-19 - Stewart was the former motoring editor of the Coventry Telegraph and is now a freelance contributor to Eurekar. He is based in Scotland and specialises in First Drive reviews.
New Vauxhall Combo
Life on horizon
VAUXHALL is set to launch a spacious new mini people carrier called the Combo Life later this year.
The roomy and versatile Combo Life is equipped with two rear sliding doors and can be ordered as a five or seven seater, making it perfect for those needing plenty of room for people and luggage, such as a small sports team and their equipment.
It comes with three individual rear seats, all with ISOFIX child seat brackets, and optional panoramic glass roof.
The Combo Life is available as a 4.4-metre standard length version or a longer 4.75-metre long model.
It is also fitted with technologies and driver assistance systems that are more commonly seen in the compact or SUV segments, such as driver drowsiness alert, rear view camera, head-up display, and IntelliGrip traction control, as well as improved comfort features such as heated seats and a heated steering wheel.
There will be a choice of a variety of turbo-charged, direct injection petrol and diesel engines, all with a high level of fuel economy, says Vauxhall. The engines are available with either five or six-speed manual transmissions, or an eight-speed automatic.
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