Friday, July 15, 2011

Opel Combo 2012, debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show

Opel has released the first images in this hour of the new generation of Combo, a versatile MPV in 1994 as a commercial vehicle - Opel Corsa derived from utilitarianism - and evolved over the years even in the MPV version, following the success of cars such as the Renault Kangoo, Citroen Berlingo and Fiat Doblo.

And it is that comes from Fiat Doblo Combo dell'Opel the last generation, thanks to a partnership signed with the Italian manufacturer that has allowed the House of Lightning to build the new model with a skilled task of re-badging. The design of the MPV German is clearly linked to that of the Fiat Doblo, although men of Rüsselsheim worked well on the front of the car, especially on the grille and bumper that incorporates fog unpublished, so give the car a certain family resemblance to other models of the German manufacturer.

The Opel Combo 2012 is available as a van, capable of seating up to seven passengers, cargo in declination, which is dedicated to freight. This latest version is available in turn with two wheelbases, which measure respectively 2.75 and 3.1 meters and with two different roof heights from 1.85 to 2.1 meters.

The version for the carriage of passengers, has scorreveli rear doors on both sides: a practical solution that will be proposed at a later time, even sull'allestimento Cargo. The versatility of the Combo is also underlined by the practical hatchback available with various opening systems, while large trunk can reach a capacity of 3800 liters in the variant with the short wheelbase and even 4600 liters in the long wheelbase.

Depending on your needs you can choose from a wide range of engines powered by petrol, diesel and LPG. The supply of diesel opens with the familiar 1.3-liter CDTI engine capable of delivering 90 bhp, 1.6-liter CDTI declined followed by a 90 bhp version, combined with the Easytronic automated transmission sophisticated, and in a more powerful 105 bhp, coupled with the six-speed manual, while the top of the line you place the powerful 2.0-liter CDTI with 135 hp.

As for the bi-fuel and gasoline, we find the 1.4-liter 95 bhp and the 1.4-liter turbo on LPG, capable di120 CV. All versions are fitted by the Stop & Start system, excluding the engine-powered 1.6-liter CDTI GPL and with Easytronic transmission. The Opel Combo will formally debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2011 (15-25 September), before joining in the autumn in all official Opel dealer network.

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