Throughout this year we have met the new generation Opel Astra. This is a major generational change in terms of technique and technology, not in design. Now it’s time to meet your family version, the Opel Astra Sports Tourer 2016 , which also renewed with the same attributes as the 5-door version and adds an extra space in front of his predecessor.
Prior to Frankfurt Opel shows an Astra Sports Tourer shares the standard Astra design, but adds a rear box to give the interior of greater roominess and cargo space . No wins in front of his predecessor size with 4.70 meters long , and presents some details of own style as the roofline with chrome frame extending down the last pillar.
Inside we find the same thing in the Astra, but with more room to move. The headroom earn 26 mm in the front seats and 28 mm in the rear with respect to the outgoing Sports Tourer, but the trunk is the most critical success. Cubica 500 liters and can reach more than 1600 liters with the rear seats folded.
As for comfort, the cabin load itself will have rails and compartments to distribute and place the burden of Similarly there will be a gate of electric trunk with handsfree hanging foot below the bumper. It is hoped that the charging system integrated FlexFix bicycle is also available.
The engine range will be similar to that already presented in the conventional Opel Astra. The Astra Sports Tourer will enjoy 2016 95-200 mechanical horses at first waiting for new versions might sport. There will be mechanical tricilíndricas petrol and 1.0 liters of new generation, plus some EcoFlex low-power version. Keep in mind that the family adheres to the weight reduction of 200 kilos also presents the conventional model.
The 2016 Opel Astra Sports Tourer is a reality that will debut alongside the standard Astra in Frankfurt next week. His arrival at the dealers should be made this autumn and only need to know the price ranges for Spain.
Source – Opel
From 20,700 euro
Article 2016 Opel Astra Sports Tourer, more space and technology for the family was originally published in Current Motor.