Opel has recently introduced a new version of the Corsa, the 1.3 liter CDTI EcoFLEX, which will be offered for sale in Germany this March.
The Opel lineup is getting bigger and bigger and the newest addition to it is the 1.3 CDTI EcoFlex. The model in question is said to be the most economical Opel currently present on the market and it is coming in with regenerative braking system, with the start / stop technology and with low-rolling resistance tires, amongst others.
“Our automated five-speed manual transmission in the new Corsa is a real highlight for price-conscious customers who do not want to miss the comfort of an automatic. When combined with the frugal diesel the small car becomes an efficiency giant. Therefore, it is perfect for both short urban shopping trips and longer journeys”, said the Opel’s official Peter Christian Kuspert.
The new Opel Corsa version is packing in a 1.3 liter CDTI ecoFLEX diesel engine, which is capable of producing a total output of 95 HP (70 kW) and a peak torque of 190 Nm (140 lb-ft). The unit is sending power to the front wheel through a 3.0 Easytronic transmission, which is allowing the mode to burn an average of just 3.1 liters of fuel every 100 km, the equivalent of 91.1 mpg UK / 75.8 mpg USD and to emit 82 g/km of CO2. Opel hasn’t announce any pricing details for this model just yet and these are expected to be made public in March, once to model will go on sale in Germany.