Opel Agila alternatives
Latest model: Opel Agila 2008
With five doors and five seatings, the new Opel Agila is not only as practical as its predecessor, which sold over 440000, units, but is now also much more dynamically developed. The small, versatile Opel was represented to the public at the 2007 IAA in Frankfurt (september 13 - 23, 2007) and made its sphere premiere in spring 2008. It boasts balanced proportions, soft curves and a distinctive side graphic. Its passengers still sit high and upright, but the roofline has been dynamically lowered and now blends into a smooth arc toward the back. This helps create the Opel Agila's aerodynamic drag coefficient of 0. 35 - a relatively low figure for a car of this size. The urban vehicle is now 20 centimeters longer, six centimeters wider, but seven centimeters lower than its predecessor.
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The front boasts typical Opel look-and-feel. With its round headlamps integrated into almond-shaped lamp units that echo the new Corsa, the Opel Agila sees the world via wide eyes. The tapering of the front and back bumpers are also typical Opel components, just like the crease in the hood. The back also features several rounded details. The positioning of the narrow vertical light units, which are accented by the spherically styled back lights, allowed developers to create a big, simple load-through tailgate.
The same is true for the interior: the boring days are over. A wide selection of fresh colours and modern styles create an ambience that's improved even more by the roomy headroom. The versatile five-seater's high seats position ensures good visibility, while the high placed gear stick and height-adjustable helm with radio remote controls ensure simple operation. The rev counter is housed separately on the instrument panel. All other data readouts are given on big, distinctive, round instruments.