The new Opel Astra Sports Tourer brings style, reasonableness and eco-accommodating innovation to the reduced wagon portion, giving proprietors the adaptability to join proficient and private use in one vehicle.
A wide powertrain choice of nine fuel-efficient engines provides a range from 70 kW/95 hp to 132 kW/180 hp. Fuel-saving Start/Stop technology will be first introduced on the 1.3 CDTI engine (70 kW/95 hp) early next year, resulting in CO2 emissions as low as 109 g/km.
The Opel Astra Sports Tourer joins premium smaller autos in offering a two-touch gear compartment cover. The Easy Access Cover slides upward and off the beaten path with a basic tap to load or expel littler things. For bigger burdens, the cover withdraws totally into the tape with a speedy hand movement, reaching a delicate stop. At the point when not required, the total gathering can be effortlessly expelled and put away beneath the heap floor of the payload space.
The Opel Astra Sports Tourer Electric, the first all-electric station wagon from a German manufacturer, is set to go on sale next spring. According to Rüsselsheim, the Opel Astra...read more
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The new Opel Astra Sports Tourer is a designer masterpiece and a practical everyday vehicle. The next version of Opel's compact class bestseller is the first electric station...read more
It's electric, it's digital, and its design will win you over; the new Opel Astra Sports Tourer is the versatile car for the modern era. It continues our long tradition of...read more
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