Opel’s revolutionary Meriva continues to offer an innovative and ergonomic design in an elegant and refined package. To increase the value offered to customers, General Motors South Africa has consolidated the Meriva range into one key model, the new 1.4 Turbo Enjoy model available with higher levels of specification than before.
General Motors South Africa has made changes to the standard specifications of the Opel Corsa range which include the addition of an all-new turbocharged 1.4 litre model. Changes to vehicle specification have been implemented to rationalise the range and improve its value offering, while the new turbo model is geared towards efficiency, increased engine performance, and a reduced environmental footprint.
The all-new Opel Astra sedan has been released in South Africa, marking the return of Opel’s C-segment sedan and the addition of four new models to complete the Opel Astra range in South Africa. The new sedan, which is based on the Opel Astra hatchback, arrives on South African shores with guns blazing and a sculptural design which is set to attract the style-conscious minds and eyes of compact sedan buyers.
The all new Opel Astra GTC was shown for the first time to the international motoring press at the Frankfurt Motorshow in September last year. Just weeks later this exciting Coupe was seen in South Africa for the first time at the Johannesburg International Motorshow where it was announced that the GTC would go on sale in South Africa early in 2012.
As a product of Opel’s latest design language the Meriva shares a number of its design elements with the Opel Astra and all new Astra GTC, particularly the blade motif in the body sides. A distinctive wave introduced to the belt-line adds a unique visual character to the Meriva while at the same time improving visibility and imparting a sense of space. The Meriva has its own defined personality but remains clearly a member of the family of latest generation Opels.
The new third generation Chevrolet Utility enters the market with an infusion of Chevrolet DNA clearly apparent. The frontal view incorporates a bold face typical of all current generation Chevrolets defined by a strong dual-port grille design with the traditional “bow-tie” emblem placed on the separator bar between the two ports. This unmistakeably defines this new sub-1 ton pick-up as pure Chevrolet ...
Following on its first public showing in South Africa at the Johannesburg International Motor Show, Chevrolet’s all new Sonic Hatch has now been officially launched by General Motors South Africa, GMSA. This exciting new small car from Chevrolet is available in LS trim with a choice of either a 1,4 litre or 1,6 litre petrol engines ...
General Motors South Africa has taken the opportunity presented by the Johannesburg International Motor Show to preview its third generation Chevrolet Utility prior to its public launch towards the end of 2011 ...