Opel Combo

The Opel Combo is a panel van with high roof, originally based on the Kadett E and the second generation is based on the Opel Astra. The current Opel Combo D (since summer 2011) is built in a joint venture with the Italian FIAT Group and based on the Fiat Doblo. The new cars Opel Combo is offered in both a commercial vehicle version as well as a passenger variant as family van. The latter is also available in the superior equipment lines and tramp Edition. The capacity of the Opel Combo is as small vans up to 3,500 liters. In addition to the van there is also a 5-seater Opel Combo with plenty of space for family and leisure time, and the Combo Arizona, which is an alternative to the SUV Skoda Yeti and Nissan Juke. The car models have doors instead of a tailgate, and on request also French doors are possible. When selecting the engine a total of five different petrol and diesel engines with a power range from 90 hp to 135 hp (2.0 CDTi ecoFLEX diesel engine) are available. A particularly economical is built since January 1.4 CNG Turbo ecoFLEX, which provides natural gas as fuel 120 hp. Since autumn 2011, include the Opel Combo ESP and Hill Start Assist as standard equipment. The power transmission is based on the Opel Combo model (1.4 petrol) with a manual five-speed gearbox, all other versions employ a 6-speed gearbox and upgrade their performance to the front wheels. The perfect complement to Opel Combo Arizona with increased ground clearance and the athlete is under the high roof vans therefore on wide tires and alloy wheels.