New Opel Corsavan, the commercial version of the Corsa

nuevo opel corsavan comercial 1 Nuevo Opel Corsavan, la versión comercial del Corsa The Opel Corsavan is the version Commercial small new generation Opel Corsa. Noted for its paneled rear windows and leave all the trunk space and back to the loading area, separated from the two front seats seats. It is a type of vehicle which is usually often used by companies such as SAT or repairs locksmiths, to cite a few examples, in cities. Its small size coupled with a good load capacity are key.

The cargo area offers a total volume of 920 liters with a capacity of 571 kilos , 21 more than in the previous generation. Inside the trunk offers the most profitable ways and fasteners for charging. Elements such as hard plastic panels and plastic flooring are optional, along with the grid dividing the top.

nuevo opel corsavan comercial 2 Nuevo Opel Corsavan, la versión comercial del Corsa

Cargo area with Options

As for the engine range, they will have between 70 and 95 horses, the most potent 1.3 CDTi 95 horses . This equipped with Stop & amp engine; Start and complying with the Euro 6 legislation makes the Opel Corsavan a truly efficient car with average consumption of 3.3 liters and CO2 emissions of 88 grams per kilometer. The gasoline engine will be a 1.4 four-cylinder, atmospheric, although in Spain only diesel specification will be offered at 75 hp. Service intervals are set every 30,000 miles or one year.

Despite being a commercial vehicle not let go of the equipment. You can equip the system IntelliLink with touch screen 7 “or heated windscreen and security features such as warning blind spots, or Opel Eye including recognition of traffic signs, warning of involuntary change lanes, short-long automatic and impact mitigation system. Opel Eye versions without having the City button for the power steering, which makes it softer. The hill start assist is standard.

Source – Opel

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Article New Opel Corsavan, the commercial version of the Corsa has been originally published in Current Motor.

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