In 2011, Opel is looking for cooperation with Italy's Fiat. Namely because Fiat is also working very hard on a new Fiat Doblo which they want to introduce in 2012. The Italians also want to have a trump card in the segment of small van. And this car should also be given a variant for passenger cars, preferably for seven people. This goal is identical to that of the Opel Combo, and so do both brands to join hands and is the same model used for both brands.
The car may be equipped with up to seven seats. While the van optionally available sliding doors, these are the passenger car standard. Through the sliding doors or through the large tailgate, you have access to all the space in the car. The seats are easily accessible. The large gap that arises in the opened sliding doors make getting in and out easy, but also loading and unloading. Even with the children, the problem of double doors is resolved in tight parking spaces. The seats can be folded or removed, giving you access to a lot of cargo space.
The Opel Combo Tour is available in the equipment levels Essentia, Enjoy and Cosmo. By default, there are already central locking, power steering, height and reach adjustable steering wheel, electric front windows, driver's seat adjustable in four directions, a driver's airbag, ABS and a tire repair kit. The kit can be extended with a remote control for the central locking, electric windows and rear side airbags. There is also a list of options and accessories that you can dress up with your Combo at additional cost to your liking.
- 1,4 ecoFLEX gasoline engine with 95 horsepower, 5 Speed Manual
- 1,4 CNG ecoFLEX engine with 120 hp, 6 speed manual
- 1.3 CDTI ecoFLEX diesel engine, 5 speed manual
- 1.6 CDTI ecoFLEX diesel with 90 hp, 6 speed manual
- 1.6 CDTI diesel with 105 hp, 6 speed manual
- 2.0 CDTI diesel with 135 hp, 6 speed manual
Optional is the 1.6 CDTI ecoFLEX diesel engine available with an automated Easytronic ?? ?? - five-speed unit. All engines are equipped with the Start & Stop system, which contributes to reduced fuel consumption and a better environment.