Opel has taken the wraps off the 2015 Corsavan at the Brussels Motor Show and they are already accepting orders.

Several months ago Opel introduced a more substantial facelift for the Corsa supermini and now they have applied the same treatment onto its utilitarian sibling, the Corsavan. It's based on the three-door Corsa and has the following dimensions: 4021mm length, 1944mm width and 1479mm height. Compared to its predecessor, the maximum payload has increased by 21 kg to 571 kg while the flat loading area grants a capacity of 920 liters.

It comes as standard with a solid steel floor and half-height steel bulkhead, along with half-height sidewall paneling and load-resistant lashing eyes for stabilizing cargo. At an additional cost, the 2015 Corsavan can get a rubber floor mat, upper load resistant mesh and a four-piece load compartment cover.

Opel is offering a range of frugal 1.4-liter gasoline and 1.3-liter turbodiesel engines which have outputs varying between 70 and 95 HP. The 1.3 CDTI ecoFlex has been revised specifically for the 2015 Corsavan and delivers 190 Nm (140 lb-ft) of torque. It’s a Euro 6-compliant motor equipped with a start/stop system and allows the city delivery van to consume just 3.3 liters / 100 km in the combined cycle, with corresponding CO2 emissions of 88 g/km.

For more money, clients can get the IntelliLink infotainment system packing a seven-inch color touchscreen display along with a generous array of tech goodies such as Opel Eye front camera, Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition, Forward Collision Warning and others as well.

Already available on order, the 2015 Opel Corsavan will hit dealerships in the first quarter of this year.

Check out the attached press release for more info.

Gallery: 2015 Opel Corsavan shows its practical side at Brussels Motor Show

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