What's the difference between the Vauxhall Movano and Renault Master?

I am trying to find out exactly what is the difference between the Renault Master and the Vauxhall Movano? Most reviews say they are almost the same but that isn't detailed enough for me? Can you help?

Asked on 20 October 2014 by Elsa

Answered by Honest John
The Vauxhall Movano is nothing more than a Renault Master with Vauxhall badges. But they did continue to be assembled at Luton long after Vauxhall stopped assembling cars there.

Renault is actually the biggest LCV manufacturer in Europe, beating Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen and offers side entry horseboxes based on the Master. See: www.honestjohn.co.uk/road-tests/renault/renault-ma.../
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