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Vivaro

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Opel is a German automobile manufacturer that makes vehicles of all shapes and sizes, including the Vivaro which is on the larger side. The Vivaro is a light commercial van that was rebranded and marketed from Renault, the French automobile maker. Because this vehicle has been so popular, many people all over the world actually have access to it. Currently, any technician that works on Vivaros can do so with the help of an Opel Vivaro workshop manual. These manuals can make any maintenance or service requests much easier.

The first generation of the Vivaro was called the Opel Vivaro A and it was actually based on the second generation of the Renault Trafic. Production began in 2001 and went for almost 13 years. This vehicle was offered in one petrol engine but three different diesel engines too. Due to its size and compatibility, diesel engines were preferred.

The Opel Vivaro B was the second generation and it was again based on the Renault Traficís third generation. However, the Vivaro B was only in production for about 4 years. The second generation Vivaro B included larger capacity diesel engine options. Turbocharged engines were improved for the second generation which helped with the amount of hauling that vehicles of this size were doing. 2018 saw the end of production for the Vivaro by Opel and Vauxhall.

Because the Vivaro did so well for Renault and Opel, other automobile manufacturers also marketed and rebranded the vehicle. Nissan introduced the NV300, Mitsubishi produced the Express, Vauxhaull also adopted the Vivaro name, and Fiat introduced the Talento.

Over the course of itís production, the Vivaro along with the other rebadged vehicles have seen notable changes including engine upgrades, exterior improvements such as head and tail lights as well as better power variants.

Currently, there are plans to debut the third generation Opel Vivaro. It is to be named in accordance with its predecessors. However, the Vivaro C would be debuted under Group PSA instead of Opel or Vauxhall.

Since 2001, Opel has been producing the Vivaro, although rebranded from Renault. All over the world, Vivaros can be found, some marketed as a Renault and others even as Nissans. Thankfully, technicians all over can refer to an Opel Vivaro service manual in order to perform routine service. Vehicles of this shape and size need routine care in order for them to last a long time. Referring to service manuals as such can be helpful in achieving this.