Used Vauxhall Combo Tour cars for sale

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Vauxhall Combo Tour

2010 10 VAUXHALL COMBO TOUR 1.4 - WAV - 5D 90 BHP 5-Door

£4,000
2010(10)
£69.07 per month
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  • 64,000
  • Manual
  • Petrol
  • 1.4L
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Vauxhall Combo Tour

1.3 CDTi 16V 5dr WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE VEHICLE

Reduced by £500 was £5,495
 
£4,995
2011(61)
£91.98 per month
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  • 30,534
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 1.2L
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Vauxhall Combo Tour

Automatic Diesel Wheelchair Disabled Accessible Vehicle 5-Door

£6,950
2011(61)
£137.00 per month
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  • 25,800
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 1.2L
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Vauxhall Combo Tour

1.3 CDTi Diesel Automatic (Wheelchair Ready) 5-Door

 
£5,995
2012(12)
£115.01 per month
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  • 20,350
  • Semi Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 1.2L
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Second-Hand Vauxhall Combo Tour

Used Vauxhall Combo Tour
The LCV (light commercial vehicle) market is one of the most competitive motoring segments there is. These vans are driven by tradesmen, florists, couriers and the like, for whom practicality, economy and reliability are everything. With the Vauxhall Combo Tour, Vauxhall has delivered an extremely competitive option to this demanding market, with serious load carrying capabilities too.

What You Get
The design of the Vauxhall Combo Tour is much different to that of its predecessors. It is a big, boxy shape which goes down well in this market and has a pair of bulbous headlamps. The cabin is very practical and there are plenty of storage bins and a large lockable glove compartment. The storage extends to overhead bins if you go for one of the better specs or high roof models. The driving position is very car-like with a fully adjustable steering wheel and very comfortable seats, especially if you plump for a Comfort model with driver’s seat height and lumbar control alongside a built-in armrest. There is a choice of long and short wheelbase versions, the latter offering the choice of that high roof body. Loading bays range from 3.4 cubic metres to 4.2 cubic metres in a bay that is wide enough to take a standard pallet.

How it Drives
Earlier models of the Vauxhall Combo Tour were based on the Corsa’s running gear and that has not resulted in a great driving experience. The third-generation vans are more advanced, and drivers will get the sort of car-like performance they have come to expect from this class of van. There is a supple but firm ride that offers comfort but can tackle heavy loads without too much body roll.

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