Opel Meriva

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Opel Meriva – At a Glance

Status: January 2014

  • World premiere: European Motor Show Brussels, Jan 16-26, 2014 (Press day: Jan 14)
  • Market launch: January 2014. Orders accepted since early November. Market launch Jan/Feb 2014
  • Positioning: Small monocab, Opel’s flexibility champion with room: The first comprehensive ergonomic concept to be certified by the independent experts of AGR (Campaign for Healthy Backs), innovative IntelliLink infotainment technology
  • Segment: Small monocab, 5-seater
  • Dimensions (mm): 4,300 / 1,994 /1,615 (Length / width with exterior mirrors / height)
  • Competitors: Ford B-Max, Citroën C3 Picasso, Fiat 500 L, Hyundai iX 20, VW Golf Plus, Skoda Roomster
  • Entry-level price: 1.4-liter gasoline version with 74 kW/100 hp from 15,990 euros (RRP incl. VAT in Germany)
  • Target groups: young families, young mothers, active retirees, drivers with high standards regarding ergonomics, comfort and flexibility
  • Engine & transmission:
    • Three propulsion alternatives: gasoline, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
    • New-generation whisper-diesel 1.6 CDTI with exemplary refinement and especially low noise generation as well as the lowest frictional loss in its class in the 1,500 to 2,500 rpm range. Initially with 100 kW/136 hp, 320 Nm torque, 4.4 l/100 km and 116 g/km CO2
    • New Meriva 1.6 CDTI with 81 kW/110 hp, 99g diesel will be introduced in 2014 – first diesel monocab with CO2 emissions under 100g
    • All gasoline, LPG and whisper-diesel 1.6 CDTI already comply with Euro 6 emissions standard
    • Fuel-saving ecoFLEX technology package with Start/Stop system available
    • 1.4 turbo gasoline engine with 88 kW/120 hp or 103 kW/140 hp
    • New: especially low-friction 6-speed automatic transmission now also for 1.4 turbo gasoline unit with 120 and 140 hp as well as for 110 hp turbo diesel
    • Substantially upgraded 5- and 6-speed manual gearboxes with enhanced precision and silky smoothness.
  • Ergonomics & flexibility:
    • First and only comprehensive ergonomic concept in a series production automobile to be certified by independent experts of AGR (Campaign for Healthy Backs)
    • Standard ultra-flexible FlexSpace rear seating concept includes lounge seating configuration offering more shoulder and leg room
    • Higher seating position for driver and front passenger with optional ergonomic seats
    • FlexDoor door system with rear-hinged rear doors and 84-degree opening angle
    • FlexRail center console with improved functionality
    • Fully integrated FlexFix bicycle carrier system
  • Infotainment technology:
    • Modern Opel IntelliLink system integrates smartphone functions into car
    • Seven-inch, high-resolution color monitor with easy operation and new IntelliLink graphics as well as superb readability
    • Telephone function and audio streaming via Bluetooth
    • Destination entry into navigation system via voice command
    • Map updates via USB download
    • Top-of-the-line Navi 950 IntelliLink covers all of Europe, offers read aloud function for incoming text messages, supports smartphone voice recognition
  • Design:
    • New face with characteristics of recently introduced Opel Insignia, with elegant chrome front grille and new design for front and fog lamps
    • Sparkling design for lights with energy-saving LED daytime running lights and LED rear lamps
    • Elegant chrome waistline emphasizes wave-shaped design along the side windows
    • New, up to 18-inch wheel designs; two new colors

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