2012 VAUXHALL ZAFIRA TOURER
Zafira tourer concept, first at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, will be a production reality, with the first cars in UK showrooms early in 2012. it has been confirmed previously by Vauxhall. is set to raise the bar for design, luxury, flexibility and innovation in the MPV sector.
Integration of the seven-seat Zafira in 1999 original at Flex7 seating will be applied to the Vauxhall Zafira Tourer.
The Vauxhall Zafira Tourer will also hold great driver appeal. A new chassis, using key components from the Insignia, with a longer wheelbase (complementing its 190mm increase in overall length) and wider tracks, will provide outstanding dynamics, while offering occupants more cabin space and ride comfort. Vauxhall’s acclaimed FlexRide adaptive damping system a rarity in this class will also be available as an option.
The Vauxhall Zafira Tourer’s diesel engine range will comprise three versions of Vauxhall’s Euro-5 compliant 2.0CDTi common rail unit, also found in the Insignia and Astra. Power outputs start with a choice of either 110PS or 130PS, while the most powerful engine has been upgraded to produce 165PS.
2012 OPEL ZAFIRA TOURER
The Opel Zafira Tourer will make its world premiere at the 64th International Motor Show. Offering a perfect blend of functionality and wellness, the Opel Zafira Tourer brings Insignia premium quality values and innovative technologies as well as Opel’s design philosophy “sculptural artistry meets German precision” to the monocab segment.
When it was launched 1999, the first generation Opel Zafira was not only the first seven-seater in its class. It also set new standards with fully integrated on-board flexibility. This means there is no need to remove and store heavy seats. Since 1999, Opel has sold more than 2.2 million units of two Zafira generations in Europe. Along with the Meriva, the European class leader in small monocabs, the Zafira has established Opel as the benchmark in flexibility and in the monocab segment.
2012 Opel Zafira Tourerwill be available with three versions of the 2.0 CDTI common-rail turbo diesel engine familiar from the Astra and Insignia. Outputs are 81 kW/110 hp and 96 kW/130 hp, while the unit topping the offer has been reworked to deliver 121 kW/165 hp. The gasoline range comprises two downsized, fuel-efficient 1.4 ECOTEC turbo-charged gasoline units, with 88 kW/120 hp and 103 kW/140 hp. Six-speed manual and automatic transmissions are available.
Opel’s new Start/Stop technology that brings further fuel savings, particularly in urban stop and go traffic, is offered with both the 1.4 Turbo gasoline and 2.0 CDTI powertrains.