The new generation of Combo model from Opel was presented to the public officially, in two different body versions.
Based on the Doblo and schedualed to arrive in showrooms in February next year, the new Combo generation is offered in two versions, with five or seven seats and it can be a normal car or a panel van, depending on the customer’s needs.
The new Opel Combo will be available with three diesel engines, 1.3 CDTI, 90 HP, 1.5 CDTI in two versions, 90 or 105 HP, and 2.0 CDTI which produces 135 HP. Petrol fans don’t have any choice and they will have to settle to the small 1.4i engine which produces 70 HP.
Petrol and diesel units are connected to a manual five-speed gearbox, while stronger CDTI versions will benefit from an extra gear.
The short wheel base can be loaded up to 3.800 litres while the other version has a maximum task of one tone and a capacity of 4.600 litres.
Customers of the new Opel Combo will get standard ABS, a driver’s side airbag, central locking, electric front windows and a kit to repare flat tires.
The new Opel Combo will be available in showrooms from February 2012, the starting price remaining unknown for the moment.