Opel’s fifth generation compact, multifunctional commercial vehicle, the Combo, has been developed with the ambition of offering top efficiency to professionals and the lowest cost of ownership in the segment.
The new model features all-new architecture, ingenious packaging and unique technologies while simultaneously representing a huge leap compared to outgoing version, and it will be available to order from September.
Combo offers a wide range of variants to choose from including a short version with 4.40 metres length, a long version with 4.75 metres, both with cabins featuring two or three front seats, and a spacious five seater crew cab.
Opel says that it also outshines most of its main competitors with a load volume of up to 4.4m3, a payload of up to 1,000 kg and a loading length of up to 3,440 mm for objects and work material. An especially ingenious feature is that the distance between the two wheel arches is wide enough to enable the loading of Euro pallets, two of which can even be accommodated in the cargo space of the short version with a lower floor height.
A new generation of infotainment systems ensures outstanding on-board connectivity. The Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible Multimedia Radio and Multimedia Navi Pro systems can easily be controlled via the prominent 8-inch colour easy-to-read, easy-to-reach touchscreen.
Just like its passenger car sibling, the Combo will be able to draw upon a range of lively and efficient engines combined with modern transmissions. Together with first-class load volume, comfort levels similar to those in passenger cars and extensive on-board entertainment, they make the new Opel Combo an ideal general purpose commercial vehicle for much more than just working life.