The Opel Cascada has been recently launched in Romania where the model has been priced from 22, 820 euros, VAT included.
The newest convertible signed by Opel is named the Cascada and the model is now available for order in Romania. Its official starting price has been set at 22,820 euros, VAT included, for the cheapest version, equipped with the 120 HP 1.4 Turbo engine. The carmaker says that the same unit is also available with 140 HP and the engine lineup is completed by the 1.6 SIDI with 200 HP, which will also be available with 170 HP, and the diesel will be a 2.0 CDTI with 165 HP.
The Opel Cascada is 4,696 mm long and 2,020 mm wide (mirror to mirror), riding on a longer wheelbase and fitted with a soft top, which can be raised or folded in just 17 seconds at speeds up to 50 km/h. The “goodies” found on the Cascada include the new Opel Eye generation, a system which is monitoring the distance towards the front vehicle and it also has a forward collision alert, a rearview camera and an advanced parking system, along with a blind spot alert. The starting price of the Opel Cascada in Romania has been set at 22,820 euros.