Established in 1994 and taking delivery of its first Vauxhalls not long after, the order is the fourth that the company has made through Pentagon Vauxhall in Nottingham.
The company founder, Jonathan Mounsey, said: “In my experience, nothing has the combination of reliability, fuel economy and space as the Vivaro, and the service I receive from Pentagon Vauxhall is second to none. The attention to detail has been superb, from fitting out the vans to organising the signwriting.”
JD Mounsey, which carries out all manner of electrical, plumbing, heating and security work, has taken delivery of five short-wheelbase and two long-wheelbase panel vans, as well as one short-wheelbase double cab crew van. The vans include a load length extension under the passenger seat to accommodate longer items, and have been specified with air conditioning and Bluetooth.
All the vans are Sportive specification and are powered by the 1.6 CDTI (120PS) BiTurbo ecoFLEX engine, with a manual transmission and Start/Stop technology. The vans can achieve 47.9mpg on the combined cycle and feature CO2 emissions of just 155g/km.
Pentagon Vauxhall Nottingham is an established Vauxhall Business and Van Centre, with its staff having a combined total of more than 50 years’ experience in the commercial vehicle sector.
Jonathan said: “With more than 20 years of experience in the trade, we are able to undertake all manner of work, regardless of the size or complexity, in the domestic, commercial and industrial sectors. We need vans that we can rely on, and with the Vivaro we know there is no downtime.”
JD Mounsey is a fully-approved NIC EIC contractor, is GasSafe and OFTEC registered, and is a Vaillant Advance and Worcester Bosch Gold Accredited installer. The company has helped thousands of local homes and businesses in the North Yorkshire & North West regions.
Richard Collier, Vauxhall’s National Commercial Vehicle and B2B Manager, said: “Small businesses are the backbone of the British economy and it is fantastic to have supplied JD Mounsey with its fourth batch of British-built vans.”