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. Opel have confirmed that they will produce the next generation Vivaro at the GM Manufacturing Luton plant in 2013. 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. From 1997 to 2000 the Renault Trafic was marketed as the Chevrolet Trafic, Opel Arena and Vauxhall Arena.
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