Prices, as you'd expect, are much the same as those being charged for the Citroen Relay and Peugeot Boxer models that now share this Vauxhall's engineering. That means that without VAT, you're looking at starting figures beginning at just under £31,000 and rising to just under £36,000. There are two trim level options - 'Edition' and 'Dynamic'. You'll need a lot more than that for the all-electric Movano-e of course; think around £61,000 for the 70kWh L3 version, or around £62,000 for the 70kWh L3 model, before you start subtracting the available government grant.
For panel van customers, there are three roof height choices - 'H1', 'H2' and 'H3'; and three body lengths - 'L2', 'L3' and 'L4'. As well as the panel van body shape, the Movano is also available as a chassis cab, a chassis crew cab and a platform cab with a single row of three seats. And customers can opt for a wide range of conversions, including tippers and dropside loaders.
On all versions of this Movano, LIVE Navigation provides online traffic information in real time. Customers get use of the MyVauxhall app, which allows access to information such as nearby charging stations. There's also the Vauxhall Connect system, which comes with Vauxhall's e-Call and b-Call technology, where in the event of an emergency or breakdown drivers are put in touch with a trained advisor with just the touch of a button.
Safety features include forward collision alert, blind spot warning, lane departure warning and Hill Descent Control, which takes into account the extra length of a trailer when warning drivers about objects in their blind spot.