The Opel Corsa LPG is the newest addition to the Corsa family as this has been officially unveiled by the German based automaker recently.
The new Opel Corsa LPG is getting the bi-fuel operation directly from the factory and it is allowing drivers to switch between LPG and gasoline at the simple touch of a button, which is controlling the newly developed module. The vehicle is said to have a total driving range of up to 1,200 km thanks to both the petrol and the LPG tanks.
“Specifically aimed at cost-conscious customers, this latest member of the new Corsa family is an ideal choice in the small car segment because LPG drivers’ wallets benefit two-fold. On the one hand, fuel costs plummet by almost 50 percent compared to gasoline due to the low price of LPG, while on the other hand, the Corsa 1.4 LPG ecoFLEX boasts a particularly attractive entry-level price”, says the carmaker in its official press release.
The Opel Corsa LPG is packing a 1.4 liter four-cylinder engine wit 90 HP (66 kW) under its hood, which is connected to the 5-speed manual transmission. The model is capable of burning 6.9 liters of fuel every 100 km, in the combined cycle, using LPG, and the CO2 emissions stop at 113 g/km. The three-door version is currently available for order from 14,745 EUR, on its local market, VAT included, while for the 5-door hatchback, customers will have to pay 15,495 EUR.