MADRID – Opel and Renault separately announce they will renew their Vivaro and Trafic light-commercial-vehicle ranges at the end of next summer. For Renault, it will be the third generation of the Trafic range, a product launched in 1980 as the replacement for the Estafette van. Since then, the French brand has sold more than 1.6 million Trafic models. In 2001, Opel/Vauxhall reached an agreement with Renault to assemble a Trafic clone named Vivaro. Since then, about 600,000 units of ...

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