The Combo comes with new brand. 2012 Opel Combo is based on the Fiat Doblo van with the exterior styling changes over the Italian model limited to the design of the front bumper that somewhat awkwardly incorporates the German firm’s family grille. Opel Combo offers two wheelbases 2,755 mm or 3,105 mm, giving an overall vehicle length of 4.39 and 4.74 meters respectively, as well as two roof heights, 1.85 m or 2.10 m.
The new generation Opel Combo also added standard equipment, including central locking, power steering, a height and reach adjustable steering column, electric windows, and a four-way adjustable driver’s seat (also optionally available with height adjustment), as well as a driver’s airbag, ABS brakes and a tire repair kit.
The new Opel Combo is also available as a versatile car-van, with five or seven seats and a paneled or glazed body. The new Opel Combo goes on sale in Europe this autumn. And the car wide range of variants, is technically advanced, exceptionally economical and provides maximum utility. There are six available engines including four diesel, one gasoline and a CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) unit. A Start/Stop system is offered on all powertrains expect the CNG and the 90HP 1.6 CDTI when equipped with the Easytronic transmission. Not only there, Opel Combo also offer gasoline engine.