New Opel Combo Cargo revealed

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Following on from the recently revealed Combo passenger vehicle, Opel has unveiled its 2012 Combo Cargo model.

Making its début at at “transportCH” in Berne, the Combo Cargo will be available in various configurations, with customers able to specify asymmetrical rear doors or a tailgate, and adding one or two sliding doors on the sides, to suit their needs. Depending on the style chosen, Opel can also add a roof-mounted flap, allowing the transportation of ladders etc.

Available in long- and short-wheel base form, the Combo Cargo can accommodate up to 3.8 or 4.6 cubic metres (with the front passenger seat folded down) respectively, and carry a ton load.

Powertrain options include four diesels, a petrol and an eco-friendly CNG (compressed natural gas) version, ranging from 66kW (90 hp) to 99kW (135 hp). Depending on the model, the Cargo can be ordered with five or six gear manual transmission, while the 66kW (90 hp) 1.6 CDTI is equipped with the electronically controlled Easytronic five-speed manual. Start/Stop fucntion can be specified on all models apart from the CNG.

Prices start at € 13,750 (plus VAT) 70kW/95 hp 1.4 L petrol-engined version.

[Source: Opel]



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