The 2012 Opel Combo provides better solutions regarding the compact van segment as it is available in a wide range of variants, features technical improvements and maximum utility. The new Opel Combo can be purchased as a versatile car-van, offering five or seven seats together with a paneled or glazed body. One or two optional sliding doors can be ordered for easy access to the cargo area, while the passenger car version includes both sliding doors as standard, coming with a top-hinged tailgate. The cargo space is of up to 3,800 liters in short wheelbase form, while the longer wheelbase offers a larger volume of 4,600 liters. A choice of two wheelbases, 2,755 mm or 3,105 mm are offered for the panel van version and the overall vehicle length is of 4.39 and 4.74 m respectively with two roof heights, 1.85 m or 2.10 m.
The Combo passenger variant is available in Essentia, Enjoy or Cosmo specification.
Six engines are available for the new Opel Combo, a CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), one gasoline and four diesel. The CNG delivers lower consumption and emissions, mated to a six-speed manual transmission, while the gasoline units deliver 70 kW/95 hp and are fitted with five-speed manual transmissions. Finally, the diesel line-up integrates 1.3 CDTI and 1.6 CDTI motors, each with 66 kW/90 hp, as well as a 1.6 CDTI variant with 77 kW/105 hp and a top performance 2.0 CDTI unit providing 99 kW/135 hp. The standard equipment of the new Opel Combo is quite generous with central locking, power steering, a driver's airbag, a tire repair kit and ABS brakes.
Orders of the 2012 Opel Combo start this autumn.
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