Opel Vectra alternatives
Latest model: Opel Vectra 2006
+ Striking front-end in new Opel layout language, luxury interior+ New top-of-the-line aluminum V6 turbo gasoline motor with 230 hp+ All diesels with particulate filter as traditional, new 1. 9 CDTI version with 100 hp+ Improved IDS chassis provides optimized handling and increased comfort+ Unique: Continuous Damping Control, bi-xenon curve and cornering light.
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The new Opel Vectra and Signum models are on the starting grid: sales of the new versions of the successful Opel mid-size models will start September 17, shortly after they premiere at the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt. Highlights include a completely new, striking face in dynamic Opel layout language, an extensively modified motor range with a make new, top-of-the-line 230 hp 2. 8-liter V6 turbo unit, as well as an array of original technical features. The new Opel Vectra and Signum models also option new chassis tuning including optimized steering precision for more distinctive driving dynamics with enhanced convenience. The Idsplus (interactive Driving System) chassis with electronic CDC (continuous Damping Control) is still original in this class and now also available with the 2. 2 Direct motor. Also best-in-class: bi-xenon headlamps with curve and cornering light (AFL - Adaptive Forward Lighting), as well as the maintenance-free diesel particulate filter system fitted as traditional with all diesel variants, including the new 100 hp 1. 9 CDTI. Add-on features include a state-of-the-art cellular phone control panel with Bluetooth technology, and the high-tech Trailer Stability Assist, which prevents dangerous yawing of the car-trailer mix.
The new front clearly expresses the superb driving dynamics of the new Opel Vectra models and new Signum. Combined with numerous class-leading technical innovations, the course is set for continued success in the mid-size segment, says Hans H. Demant, Vice President Engineering, Basic Motors Europe. Like their predecessors, the new Opel Vectra and Signum will be manufactured in the state-of-the-art Rüsselsheim plant.
Shortly after the release in 2002, the Opel Vectra already became one of Europe's most successful sedans in the classic mid-size segment, and held on to this position in the first half of 2005 with a segment share of over 10 percent in a highly competitive environment. In total, over 600000, third-generation Opel Vectras have been sold worldwide to date. This model range also played a major role in Opel's 30 top results in numerous tests carried out by German and European interior experts since 2004. The Signum also achieved impressive results in buyer satisfaction in the latest J. Performance Report in Germany: the Signum was called best German vehicle in the survey, which also assesses reliability.