Renault Trafic is the trademarked name used by Renault for recent generations of its light vans. Recent versions have been a result of a joint venture with Opel and are sold as Renault, Nissan, Opel and Vauxhall versions. Previous versions have been sold by Chevrolet and the original generation is now sold in India by Tata. The current Trafic resulted from a joint venture between German Opel, Japanese Nissan and French Renault. It is also sold as an Opel Vivaro, Vauxhall Vivaro and by Nissan as the Primastar. The Trafic is built at GMM Luton, Luton in the UK, along with the Vivaro and Primastar. In an agreement between Renault and Nissan, versions of the van are also manufactured at Nissan's plant in Barcelona, Spain. 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). The van was designed by Renault in Paris, and both Renault and Opel versions are manufactured by Vauxhall at their plant in Luton. 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.
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