Vauxhall Zafira voted as the best people carrier 0
Fleet Awards have handed the Vauxhall Zafira as the best full size people carrier. The 7 seater multi purpose vehicle has a lot to offer is has been described as excellent value for money by many expert reviews.
The Perefct People Carrier
Stephen Briers, Fleet News’ Editor was on hand to describe the vehicle best features. He stated that the vehicle is innovative given that it is quite compact by nature but at the same it also offers a great deal of space. He went to state how the Zafira offers a very competitive price and cheap running costs too, whilst being good for the environment too with low C02 emissions. Mr Briers then said that the car was the “perfect people carrier for fleets and their company car drivers.”
James Taylor, Vauxhall’s Fleet Sales Director was on hand to state how pleased he was with winning the award. He claimed that the award was an honour and that the company are very proud.
Vauxhall’s Tech Line specification was branched out amongst further models in the range. This adds higher quality throughout the vehicle. This particular trim was aimed at vehicles such as the new Mokka, the classy Insignia and the Astra.
Vauxhall Zafira Engines
The Zafira comes with a number of different engines which will appeal to a wide variety of the market. There are a choice of 4 engines including a 1.4 turbo, a 1.8 litre petrol or even two variants of two different diesel engines. The two diesels come in either 130 BHP and 165 BHP. The best selling variant is possibly the 2.0 litre CDTi which is able to achieve a brilliant 130 BHP whilst achieving a combined MPG of 62.8. The C02 emissions hit a total of 119g/km.
The Zafira Tourer has a great deal of equipment which has played a major part in helping the vehicle appeal to the motorists and fleet companies. This includes air conditioning, DAB cruise control, a fantastic seven speaker sound system, Flex 7 seating, active headrests and cruise control.
Flex 7 is one of the Vauxhall Zafira’s best features. This offers a great deal of flexibility. Fleet companies and family drivers look out for the element of safety. The car received the maximum five star rating by Euro NCAP for it’s superb safety technology.
The Vauxhall Mokka has helped the company improve on their reputation. At first the vehicle was slightly strangely received due to it’s odd shape but it has slowly become quite a popular vehicle in the UK market. Coming with a 1.7 litre engine the vehicle is offered in two or four wheel drive.
Will the Vauxhall Zafira manage to win the award next year too?