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Opel, through its distributor Unitrans, returns to the local commercial vehicle segment with the Opel Combo Cargo Van.

It is available in Standard and LWB configurations measuring 4 403 mm and 4 753 mm respectively, with generous width of 1 848 mm. It delivers a payload of up to one ton and a towing capacity of up to 1 250 kg with a braked trailer.


Safety comes via dual front crash bags, 3-Point Seatbelts, Hill-Start Assist, anti-lock braking, EBD and ESP, with comfort features including air-conditioning, Radio/Bluetooth/USB/MP3 Input and four speakers.

It offers maximum protection for cargo and equipment by keeping it out of sight in the alarm-equipped, enclosed shell that is an integral part of the vehicle’s body due to blacked-out windows, remote-controlled central locking, rear interior electronic door lock and an anti-theft immobiliser.


The 1,6-litre turbo-diesel engine is more efficient and fuel combustion is 15% to 20% less with a combined fuel consumption of 5,0 l/100 km. It offers 230 Nm of torque and 68 kW of power.

The Combo offers up to 4,4 cubic metres of load space with a flat floor and no intrusion from the wheel arches. The van’s lower load floor height allows for efficient and easier maneuvering of goods and equipment, both in and out of the sliding side and dual-opening back doors and the squarer body shape means there is ample space inside to load up to 600 kg and 1 000 kg of cargo in both the Standard and LWB option.


Combo has a Warranty & Roadside Assistance for 3 Years / 120 000 km, a 3 Year / 60 000 km service plan and service Intervals are every 12 Months /15 000 km

Standard configuration – R311 700.
LWB configuration – R350 400.


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