|Assembly||United Kingdom: Luton (GMML)
Chile: Los Andes (first generation)
Argentina: Santa Insabel (IKA) (first generation)
The Renault Trafic, Nissan Primastar and Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro are rebadged light commercial vans created from a joint venture. Previous versions of the Renault Trafic have been sold by Chevrolet and the original generation is now sold in India by Tata Motors.
First generation (1981–2000) 
|Also called||Opel Arena
|Body style||3-door van
2-door pickup truck
|Engine||1,397 cc (1.4 L) I4 OHV
1,647 cc (1.6 L) OHV I4
2,164 cc (2.2 L) OHC I4
2,068 cc (2.1 L) OHC I4
2,499 cc (2.5 L) OHC I4
The original Renault Trafic was sold from 1980 to 2000 and was somewhat revised and updated during its lifetime, including a major facelift around 1990.
The chassis and cab of the 1980s model were sold in complete knock down (CKD) kits for Winnebago, who built the Winnebago LeSharo from 1983, and Itasca Phasar. In order for the chassis and cab version to meet United States safety and emission requirements, this version was sold with Renault's J6T/J7T: 2165 cc badged as 2.2L.
Opel Arena 
From 1997 to 2000 the Renault Trafic was marketed as the Chevrolet Trafic, Opel Arena and Vauxhall Arena.
Tata Winger 
South America 
For South America, was made in the argentinian facility of Santa Isabel, Córdoba, for the Mercosur. In Brazil, was badged as Chevrolet Trafic and after as Renault Trafic. The production ceased in 2002.
Second generation (2001–present) 
|Also called||Nissan Primastar
|Body style||4-door minivan
2-door pickup truck
|Engine||1,870 cc (1.9 L) dCi 100PS I4
1,995 cc (2.0 L) dCi DOHC 90PS/115PS I4
2,488 cc (2.5 L) dCi DOHC 150PS I4
1,997 cc (2.0 L) 120PS DOHC I4
6-speed Quickshift semi-automatic
|Wheelbase||SWB: 3,098 mm (122.0 in)
LWB: 3,498 mm (137.7 in)
|Length||SWB: 4,782 mm (188.3 in)
LWB: 5,182 mm (204.0 in)
Regular Pickup: 5,038 mm (198.3 in)
Crew Pickup: 5,438 mm (214.1 in)
|Width||1,904 mm (75.0 in)|
|Height||Crew Van: 1,380 mm (54.3 in)
SWB: 2,497 mm (98.3 in) & 2,400 mm (94.5 in)
LWB: 2,800 mm (110.2 in)
Pickup Regular: 1,966 mm (77.4 in)
Pickup Crew: 1,973 mm (77.7 in)
Designed by Renault's corporate design department based within the company's Technocentre outside Paris, the Trafic was developed by the engineering team of Renault's light commercial vehicle unit at Villiers-Saint-Fréderic. Manufactured by GM Manufacturing Luton at its plant in Luton—beside Primastar and the Vivaro—the Trafic was the first Renault vehicle to be built in the United Kingdom in more than 30 years.
The van exists in several versions, from a 3-seater with all the rear space available for loads, to a 9-seater. Its name is based on the French word for "trade" or "traffic" (depending on the context).
A mild facelift in 2006 saw the orange indicators swapped for clear ones more integrated into the headlamp housings. On the Vauxhall and Opel models, the indicators moved from the front bumpers, up into the headlamp housings, thus looking more similar to the Renault.
Nissan Primastar 
The Nissan Primastar, was also launched in 2001, and is available in panel van, combi, bus and chassis cab configurations. Two wheelbases and two roof heights are available, as well as three diesel engines and a petrol.
Opel/Vauxhall Vivaro 
The Opel Vivaro from the German automaker Opel launched in 2001. While the Vivaro is sold as an Opel in most European markets, in the United Kingdom it is sold as a Vauxhall. The Vivaro is primarily manufactured at GM Manufacturing Luton (previously IBC) in Luton, England and by Nissan at their Zona Franca (Barcelona) facility in Spain.
The Vivaro is available in panel van, minibus, combined bus/van and platform crew-cab configurations. Two different wheelbase styles and two roof heights options are also available, as well as three diesel engine power options and a petrol engine.
The vehicle was given a mild facelift in 2006 during which the front indicators were moved from the front bumper, up into the headlight housing and only a 2.0 L four-cylinder diesel engine is available in two states of tune; a 90 PS (66 kW; 89 bhp) or 115 PS (85 kW; 113 bhp) mated to a six-speed manual or optional automatic transmission.
The Vivaro e-Concept debuted September 2010 at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hanover, Germany. It is plug-in hybrid vehicle, with an extended range of up to 250 miles (400 km) and includes 21 kWh lithium ion batteries enabling over 60 miles (97 km) of pure electric driving range.
|2.0||1,997 cc (122 cu in) I4||120 PS (88 kW; 118 hp)||190 N·m (140 lb·ft)|
|1.9 dCi||1,870 cc (114 cu in) I4 turbo||100 PS (74 kW; 99 hp)||240 N·m (177 lb·ft)|
|2.0 dCi||1,995 cc (122 cu in) I4 turbo||90 PS (66 kW; 89 hp)||242 N·m (178 lb·ft)|
|2.0 dCi||1,995 cc (122 cu in) I4 turbo||115 PS (85 kW; 113 hp)||290 N·m (214 lb·ft)|
|2.5 dCi||2,488 cc (152 cu in) I4 turbo||150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp)||320 N·m (236 lb·ft)|
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- "Opel History". General Motors. 2006-12-01. Archived from the original on 2009-03-18. Retrieved 2011-09-24. "1997: With the Arena, Opel reenters the commercial vehicle market segment."
- "Tata Motors says holding margins a challenge". Reuters. 18 June 2007.
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- "History & Heritage". Vauxhall Motors Ltd. Company Profile. General Motors. Archived from the original on 2009-02-11. Retrieved 2011-09-24. "GMM Luton Vehicles is also based in Luton. Its Vivaro medium sized van is produced for sale under the Vauxhall, Opel, Nissan and Renault brands."
- "New Renault Trafic voted International Van of the Year 2002" (Press release). 2002-01-01. Unknown parameter
- "Vauxhall Vivaro: Technical Data". Vauxhall. Retrieved 10 April 2012.
- "Visitors: IAA - Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung". Iaa.de. Retrieved 2010-10-02.
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- "Discussion about the battery capacity". The Green & Energy Consulting Group. 2010-11-08.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Renault Trafic|
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Opel Vivaro|
- Renault Trafic official website
- The original Renault Trafic as a camper van (includes a photo of the original Trafic, pre-facelift)
- Opel Vivaro official website
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