Vauxhall has announced a new range of engines for its Movano large van.
All are 2.3-litre, BiTurbo diesels, with power outputs ranging from 130hp to 180hp, and are homologated under the Euro 6d-Temp or Euro V-ld emissions regulations, depending on if they are light duty or heavy duty.
The light duty engines produce 135hp, 150hp and 180hp, and the heavy duty engines produce 130hp, 145hp and 165hp.
All come with six-speed manual transmission – an automated manual gearbox is set to join the range at a later date.
Official WLTP combined fuel consumption figures are 22.7mpg-31.4mpg for the 135hp engine, 23mpg-32.2mpg for the 150hp engine, and 22.5-31.5mpg for the 180hp engine.
Front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive Movanos are available, depending on spec.
Rear-wheel drive versions can be ordered with an optional limited-slip differential, designed to provide additional traction on slippery surfaces.
Vauxhall also says that with the new range of engines, service intervals have been extended to 40,000km or two years.