Opel has introduced the online configurator for the Karl as the cheapest version of the model can now be bought from 9, 500 euros.
The smallest car in Opel’s lineup is called the Karl and it has been officially unveiled a few months back. The model in question is aimed towards the A-segment and this means that it will be going up against rivals such as the Toyota Aygo or the Citroen C1, amongst others. If you happen to have your eyes on the Opel Karl, we have some good news for you as the company has just released the online configurator. This basically means that you can see how your future ride will look like and you will get to play with colors, rims and other features.
The cheapest version of the Opel Karl can be bought from 9,500 euros and this may be significantly more than the Dacia Sandero which is larger and also cheaper, coming in from just under 7,000 euros in Germany. For the money you will get the 3.7 meter long vehicle with a total of 1,013 liters of storage with the rear seats folded and up to its roof and several other tweaks. If you are looking for a well-equipped version of the small city car, than get ready to pay 12,900 euros for the Karl Exklusiv. As far as the engine goes, this has the three-cylinder 1-liter Ecotec unit under its hood, which is capable of putting down 75 HP and 95 Nm of torque, connected to the 5-speed manual transmission. It needs 13.9s to reach 100 km/h and it can go up to 170 km/h while burning 4.3L / 100km and emitting 99 g/km of CO2.