Opel Meriva alternatives
Latest model: Opel Meriva 2011
High-tech, versatile and elegant: The second generation Opel Meriva, to premiere at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, will set the new traditional for auto versatility with a multitude of high-tech features engineered to optimize the customizable use of room. And it is all packed in a distinctive, contemporary layout.
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Opel Meriva details:
After pioneering automobile on-board versatility with the compact seven-seater Zafira in 1999, Opel created a new sphere segment for small, cheap monocabs when it launched the first generation Opel Meriva in 2003. With its revolutionary Flexspace rear-seating concept, high seats position and spacious cab, the Opel Meriva was large on flexibility yet small in size. This well-known formula has enabled it to consistently lead the small monocab segment, with sales in Europe totaling more than 1 million units.
Now, the second generation Opel Meriva again raises the bar for cheap, on-board flexibility. Its Flexspace system has been further designed to become even more intuitive and easier to use. It also introduces Flexdoors, high-tech rear-hinged back doors that facilitate access to its cab - a premiere for a volume maker. Moreover, the new Opel Meriva features great dashboard cargo room improved by a revolutionary concept of customizable center control panel, as well as the Opel-exclusive Flexfix system - the integrated back bicycle carrier that is stored like a drawer under the luggage compartment.
The Opel Meriva's flexibility trademark is improved by expressive look and dashboard look-and-feel that carries forward Opel's proven new sculptural layout language. Its monocab silhouette is fluid, elegant and dynamic. The back window graphic features a distinctive wave accentuating the rear-hinged Flexdoors, improving the view for back seated passengers, particularly children.