Opel Combo

· Comments Closed · Opel

The Opel Combo car entertainment from the automaker German Opel. The combo starts in 1993, for example, the second generation was introduced in 2001 and the third has been produced from December 2011, based on the Fiat Doblò. The name “combo” previously applied as a suffix to the three-door panel van body style of Opel Kadett E. The Opel Combo B and Opel Combo C share platforms, the important parts and some body panels with contemporary subcompact Opel Corsas, which used to be the standard line of such a vehicle. Generations are denoted B and C in the typical Opel fashion, but Holden applied the SB and XC respectively, reflecting a relationship with SB and XC Holden Barinas.

Opel Combo Kadett (1986-1994)

The Opel Combo Kadett was introduced in January 1986 and finished production in the summer of 1994. Was based on the Opel Combo Kadett E compact car and built in the United Kingdom at Ellesmere Port by Vauxhall until1989 when it comes to production Azambuja, Portugal and built by Opel. In Germany it was sold with a 1.3-liter petrol engine or a 1.6 (and later 1.7) liter diesel unit. The Bedford / Vauxhall Astramax (Opel Kadett combo in southeastern Europe) was a decision of the most popular drivers, and on the television show Lovejoy, which was used as a small car action. When the van started, it was called the Bedford Astramax. It was some years later, it was called the Vauxhall Astramax, where GM Europe decided to retire the badge of Bedford, and rebadge as Vauxhalls them.

Opel Combo B (1994-2001)

The first generation combo, launched in 1994, was based on Opel Corsa B, launched two years earlier. Previously part (B-pillar) it is likely that Opel Corsa  but the platform (and thus wheelbase and the body in general) is extended to a tall, boxy cargo compartment, capable of carrying a Europallet. The combo B had symmetrical twin doors stand that opened the side (rather than a single grille). This is counted as a “door” when referring to the single body style as the 3-door. Following the increasing popularity of leisure activity vehicles, Opel launched version 5 of the combo passengers in 1995, called the Opel combo Tour. Differed from the version of the panel van for cargo section fitted with side windows and three passenger with its split-bench seat.

Though the primary market for combo Europe, we have sold and other countries, the markets where GM traditionally use Opel models available. As the plant Azambuja Opel Portugal is the only place in the whole production Combos, all models were replaced gradually with the combo C in 2001. Combo with the production of limited numbers by SAIC subsidiary SAIC Yizheng as the “Shanghai Auto (Shangqi) Saibao SAC6420”, equipped with the same 1.6-liter, five-speed manual as the departure Buick Sail. However, from 2002 to 2005, there was a Deluxe version available, with wheels and a variety of other extras

Opel Combo C (2001-2011)

Second generation was launched in 2001. Though most determined opponents Their contact with their subcompact brethren, Opel decided to base vehicle on the Opel Corsa. The use of subcompact platform Gamma constrained to the overall width of the vehicle. Although the overall body shape of the new fashion to look “flush”, the front part (A-pillar) is shared with the Corsa. Compared to the previous generation, the combo C gained to the rear side doors (versions with either single passenger side door or double doors available).

An Opel Combo Tour version also introduced, followed by Opel combo Tour Tramp, in an effort to attract car buyers entertainment. Combo Tour Tramp / Arizona was thought as a more recreational vehicle off-road. Show improved suspension tuning, increased ground permit, the protection of the chassis cover many of the details of the styling distinguishes it from the standard combo Tours, with intention to conjure a sturdy, image outside the sports-related.

The production of this combo was completed in late 2011, when the new combo based on the Fiat Dobl0 was launched. However, Holden in New Zealand and  Australia in the archives combo enough inventory to last until mid-2013, with the finals of the 2011-build cars compliance in early 2012. In August 2013, the CarAdvice announced that the Holden combo was quietly discontinued and can not be to be replaced by the new generation available to customers in Europe

Opel Combo D (2011-Present)

The third generation of this production from December 2011, and is based on Fiat Doblo. The new Opel Combo manufactured in Turkey by Tofas.

Opel Combo 2008

Opel Combo 2008