Opel is introducing a series of important updates for the current Movano in both body options, Movano Combi and Movano Bus. To help aligne the LCV to current market needs, Opel introduces the all new 2.3 liter BiTurbo diesel engine in two output levels. Both feature Opel’s BlueInjection exhaust after-treatment system, helping them comply with the strict Euro 6 emission standards.
The most powerful engine in the Movano Combi now delivers 170 hp and 380 Nm of torque. This is an increase of 20 Nm and 7 hp compared to the previous Movano Combi. At the same time, consumption is reduced by 0.1 l/100km. An additional new 145 hp 2.3-liter BiTurbo for the Movano Combi also delivers torque of 360 Nm while cutting down on consumption, now averaging 6.3 l/100km.
For the Movano Bus we also have a new BiTurbo engine. A 163 hp 2.3-liter unit will replace the current top-of-the-range 150 hp engine. The new unit will deliver torque of 380 Nm – an increase of 9 percent. Furthermore, a 145 hp BiTurbo with torque of 360 Nm will be available for model year 2016.
All new engines come with Start/Stop along with an additional selectable ECO mode and are combined with a manual six-speed transmission. The driver assistance package now available for the Movano offers comfort and more safety. High Beam Assist, fog lights, Lane Keep Assist and an on-board computer.