A car seating four or more with a fixed roof that is full-height up to the rear window. Known in British English as a saloon. Sedans can have 2 or 4-doors. This is the most common body style. In the U.S., this term has been used to denote a car with fixed window frames, as opposed to the hardtop style wherein the sash, if any, winds down with the glass.
North American term for a vehicle similar to a wagon but without side windows, similar to a panel truck but …
Sporty: Sculptured, dynamic looks echo agile handling
First class practicality: Premium quality luggage area features
Wide choice: Extended powertrain menu enhanced by Start/Stop technology
The new Astra Sports Tourer brings style, practicality and eco-friendly technology to the compact wagon segment, giving owners the flexibility to combine professional and private use in one vehicle.
Sharing the same Opel design DNA and Sports Tourer name as its larger Insignia counterpart, the Astra Sports Tourer also introduces a similar focus on first class quality and functionality. The sculpted shape encapsulates a cabin with all the widely-acclaimed …
Opel at the Paris Motor Show: Emotion and Motion for the Future
* World Debut: GTC Paris, Opel’s New Concept Combines Speed and Beauty
* World Premiere: Astra Sports Tourer, The Athletic All-rounder
* New Meriva: Expanded Diesel Line-up On the Flexibility Champion
* ecoFLEX Family: New Entries that Further Lower CO2 Emissions
* Ampera: Extended-Range Electric Vehicle On Track for 2011 Production
Rüsselsheim. With two world premieres and several new exciting entries, Opel will bring emotion in motion and e-mobility to the Mondial de l’Automobile 2010 in Paris (October 2 – 17), the most …