As the second-largest selling car manufacturer in the UK for more than two decades, Vauxhall have a reputation for quality, reliability, style and affordability. With 5 main vans in their commercial range, from the compact Corsavan to the giant Movano, it seems like there is no job too big or too small for a Vauxhall van.
When it comes to insuring your van, it’s important to make sure you not only pay the right price, but also get the right policy. On this page you’ll find links to articles about different kinds of van insurance, useful guides, as well as some information about Vauxhall’s range that can help make sure you get the most out of your policy.
Below is some information on Vauxhall’s current range of vans – some of their vital statistics that will not only help you find the right van for you, but also indicate how much you can expect to pay in insurance premium. You can generally expect vans with larger engines, higher load tolerances or more seats to cost more because of the added risk this can pose for insurers. And remember, if you want more information about van insurance, there are dozens of helpful articles and guides just a click away.
||1.2 Petrol / 1.3 Diesel, 5 speed manual
||0 - 550kg
||1.7CDTi 16v, 6 speed manual
||0 - 650kg
||1.3 – 1.6CDTi 16v, 5/6 speed manual
||3.4 - 4.2m3
||2 - 5
||0 - 1000kg
||2.0CDTi 16v, 6 speed manual / techshift
||4.2 - 8.7m3
||2 - 9
||1016 - 1271kg
||2.3CDTi 16v, 6 speed manual
||Up to 17m3
||2 - 17
||802 - 2525kg
*All information sourced from the Vauxhall website and Parkers.co.uk
With the information above you can imagine how just some of the customisable specifications for Vauxhall’s van range may increase your insurance premium – in general, the bigger the engine or load capacity, or the more seats you have in your van, the higher premium you can expect to be charged.
You might also be interested in some of our articles and guides on van insurance, including a breakdown of some of the van insurance rating factors.