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Opel Movano
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Manufacturer Opel
Also called Nissan Interstar Nissan NV400
Renault B90
Renault B110
Renault Mascott
Renault Master
Vauxhall Movano
Production 1998-present
Class Panel van

The Opel Movano is a mid-sized commercial vehicle made since 1998 and badged as an Opel, and as the Vauxhall Movano in the United Kingdom. It underwent a facelift in late 2003 and a major revision in 2010.

Both generations are based on the concurrent Renault Master. The Nissan Interstar (similar to the first generation) and Nissan NV400 (similar to the second) also derive from the same development programme.

Both generations have been available in a number of size, weight, engine, body, and chassis configurations. It is a popular base for ambulance and campervan conversions.

Movano A

Movano A
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Manufacturer Opel
Also called Vauxhall Movano
Renault Master
Nissan Interstar
Production 1998–2010
Assembly Batilly, France
Length 5,643-6,848 mm (221,895.7 in)
Width 2,070 mm (81.5 in)
Height 2,258-2,557 mm (88,797.0 in)
Related Renault Master

The Movano A was based on the Renault Master and is similar to the Nissan Interstar. It was facelifted in late 2003.

Movano B

Movano B
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Manufacturer Opel
Also called Vauxhall Movano
Production 2010–present
Assembly Batilly, France
Length 5,643-6,848 mm (221,895.7 in)
Width 2,070 mm (81.5 in)
Height 2,258-2,557 mm (88,797.0 in)
Related Renault Master

Vauxhall Movano

An all-new Movano was launched in May 2010. It shares its platform and most of its bodywork with the also-new Renault Master and the Nissan NV400.

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