V21200A4 Vauxhall Vivaro Life Electric Edition L Auto accessible minibus

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V21200A4 Vauxhall Vivaro Life Electric Edition L Auto accessible minibus
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Extra base vehicle options:
  • Electric adjustable & heated mirrors
  • Cruise control
  • Anti-theft alarm
  • Air Conditioning
  • Dual Side Load Doors
  • Blue tooth hands free
  • Plug in Electric
  • 3 person bench seat in row 2 as standard to base vehicle
  • AMF Smartseat Tip & Fold M1
  • COVID screen temporary flexible full width cab protection
Wheelchair Access:
  • AMF EasyPull winch combining front strap restraints
  • AMF ramp roll-over plate
  • Space is provided for one wheelchair. The standard floor is cut away to allow for a lowered pan to accommodate the wheelchair. A short wheelchair ramp is mounted inside the rear entrance
  • Upgrade ramp stowing flat within luggage space when wheelchair not carried
  • Wheelchair Provision
Wheelchair fittings:
  • 3-point wheelchair passenger double inertia split reel restraint with high level fixing
  • 4 point webbing system with extra long front electric belts secures the wheelchair and the lap and diagonal passenger belt has a high level fixing
  • Unwin Quattro wheelchair 4-point webbing restraints with cassette & karabiner all round
  • Saloon lighting as standard to base vehicle
  • HD Witness camera with micro SD card
Additional features:
  • Signwriting to exterior in detail required provision
  • Type Approval certification

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