is There a site for the changes piloted in the era of the automatic changes of double clutch? Yes, there is. And because we do not talk only of cars urbanites modest, but also of a compact made and right as the Opel Astra. The automatic changes piloted – also known as manual controlled – are less sophisticated, comfortable, and fast, a dual-clutch, the refinement is not his strong point, although they have improved significantly in the past years with mechanisms that are faster, able to reduce slippage and provide greater comfort. The best example we have in the Opel Astra 1.0 Turbo with Easytronic 3.0, a combination of automatic change-with which you can forget to engage gear and depress the clutch for only 700€ with respect to the change handbook (see test of the Opel Astra 2016).
the price of The change Eastyronic 3.0 is 700€ and is available as an option on the three-cylinder 105 HP.
The change Easytronic 3.0 is present in other models of the Opel, as we have seen in the latest Opel Corsa and the Opel ADAM, and now will also be available on Astra and KARL.
This change is offered as an option on the Opel Astra Selective 1.0 ECOTEC Turbo 105 CV, a three-cylinder with manual gearbox starts off in the by 19,900€ (fee, that translates into 15.589€ with PIVE, and promotion) and that for 700€ plus can be configured with this automatic change Easytronic 3.0. See test of the Opel Astra petrol.
In the range Opel Astra there are also other alternatives automatic, as the 1.4 Turbo 150 HP and the 1.6 CDTI 136 HP. But in these case you decide to change faster and more comfortable, based on a torque converter. See the range and prices of the Opel Astra 2016.
The additional costs of this automatic change in the 1.4 Turbo 150 CV already amounts to 1,600€. In the case of the 1.6 CDTI 136 HP, we have a cost of 1,400€ to buy it with automatic.