Opel continues to expand its range of access to Opel Karl EcoFLEX . It is, as the name suggests, a version of saving and emissions now seizes the smallest, most affordable model in the range. Promises lower fuel consumption than the standard version with its gasoline engine and intends to maintain a very low price.
Opel, which has not yet announced pricing for other markets, said it will sell its Kalr EcoFLEX by 9,950 euros in Germany , ie only be a few hundred euros more expensive than the standard model and keeping below the barrier of 10,000 euros.
The engine is the same 1.0 Ecotec fitted to other versions, an engine of 1.0 liter, three-cylinder 75 horses power, just enough to move with ease to this car around town, unpretentious. But Opel has loaded its EcoFLEX with elements like Start / Stop as a measure of fuel economy. A spoiler is also installed at the rear for improved aerodynamics.
and Get approved an average consumption of 4.1 l / 100 km , very low power consumption for a gasoline engine and down from 4.5 l / 100 km in the other versions. In addition to consumption also reduces emissions with a figure of only 94 g / km of CO2 into the atmosphere.
Building on the launch of the Opel Karl EcoFLEX, we do not know the release date or prices in Spain, the brand has announced that its access model will available this fall a new Intellilink multimedia system, just as it is compatible with the system OnStar already present in other models of the brand.
Source – Opel
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