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 bandwidth 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.
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