Vehicle Dimensions & Weights
|Designated Passenger Seats||4|
|Berths (sleeping positions)||4|
|Dimensions & weights|
|Overall width (mirrors folded)||1.96m|
|Overall height (exc all aerials)||2.06m|
|Mass in running order (b)||2435kg|
|Maximum user payload (a-b)||525kg|
|Maximum trailer weight**||2000kg|
|Gross train weight||4960kg|
|Roof bed||1860mm x 1310mm|
|Lower bed||1860mm x 1120mm|
Engine & Gearbox Data
|Engine type||1.6 Ecojet (125 Hp)|
|Gearbox||6-speed manual gearbox|
|Mixture preparation/injection method||Common rail with fixed geometry Twin Turbo|
|Number of cylinders||4|
|Cubic Capacity||1598 cc|
|Max power: kW (hp) at rpm||92 (125) at t3500|
|Max torque: nm at rpm||320 Nm/1500 rpm.|
|Fuel tank capacity||80L|
|EU exhaust emission standard||Euro 6|
|Emission control||SCR catalizator and Adblue injection with particulate filter (DPF)|
|Fuel consumption, performance and emissions|
|Urban: mpg (ltr/100km)1||40.9 (6.9)|
|Extra-urban: mpg (ltr/100km)1||51.3 (5.5)|
|Top speed (where law permits): mph (km/h)||110 (177)|
All masses and weights are subject to a tolerance of +/-5% complying with the European Directive 1230/2012.
Roof load limit: 0kg - Randger models are not designed to carry any additional equipment or storage on the roof of the vehicle. Trailer nose weight: 100kg.
* MTPLM weight includes approximately 90% fuel load and 75kg for driver. Maximum User Payload = MTPLM minus mass in running order. Quoted weights are for vehicles with standard specification. MTPLM and mass in running order may be influenced by factory options and Van Centre fitted accessories.
1 Fuel consumption and CO2 figures are obtained under standardised EU test conditions. This allows a direct comparison between different manufacturer models but may not represent the actual fuel consumption achieved in ‘real world’ driving conditions. In addition to the fuel efficiency of a vehicle, driving behaviour as well as other non-technical factors (such as environmental conditions, including weather and traffic) play a role in determining a vehicle’s fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. More information is available at www.dft.gov.uk/vca. Other factors including trimline, extra equipment, options and accessories (wheels, tyres, etc.) may change vehicle parameters such as the weight, rolling resistance of the tyres and the aerodynamics and thus influence the fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and driving performance values.