2013 Opel Astra sedan was spy photographed

2013 Opel Astra sedan was spy photographed

A good news which is going to stricken the European division of General Motors is the fact that Opel will soon be able to offer its Astra sedan to enthusiast customers as the Insignia will never be a choice for a family buyer due to the fact that it is heavy and not big. The salvation of Opel and its numerous employees will come from this sort of car and not the upcoming Junior. It is not as much of a quick conversion as the boxy previous generation sedan and it is enhanced by a three-box design which ensures a lot more room in the boot as compared to the hatch. It is most likely that the hatch will borrow its engine range to the sedan, starting with the normally aspirated 1.4- and 1.6-liter units, delivering an output of 100 and 115 HP respectively, while the petrol range will be topped out by the turbo 1.4L producing 140 HP or the stronger 180 HP 1.6L turbo. As far as the diesel range is concerned, it is likely for the company to use one of the three power outputs for the 1.7L CDTi (110, 125 or 130 HP), considering the fact that the test mules of the sedan have all been seen with thin tires that do not match the 2.0-liter 165 HP diesel.
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