The Opel Sintra, sold between 1996 and 1999, is an unloved American minivan sold in Europe, but what does its name mean. And, is it named after anything?
The 1996 to 1999 Opel Sintra is a short wheelbase version of the Pontiac Montana minivan. Built in the US, it was fitted with smaller Opel engines.
With Opel/Vauxhall now making a profit as part of the PSA Group, the company has announced its expansion plans for the US, India and Russia.
With the new Opel Zafira Life and Vauxhall Vivaro Life, the PSA Group’s new German-English siblings have a new minivan and preview their new commercial van.
The 2019 Opel Zafira Life is a new minivan based on the Citroen Jumpy van. Available in two lengths, the car is also sold as the Vauxhall Vivaro Life.
The Opel Adam (Vauxhall Adam), Opel Karl (Vauxhall Viva), and Opel Cascada (Vauxhall Cascada) are going out of production because they’re GM cars.
The former GM brands, now owned by the PSA Group, have displayed their new design language with its Visor panel, Compass hood ridge and Pure Panel interior.
The Opel and Vauxhall GT-X Experimental concept previews the new look for the Opel and Vauxhall brands under the PSA Group, and has a black panel grille.
The 2018 Opel Corsa GSi has a 1.4L turbo I4 with 110kW (150hp) and 220Nm (162 lb-ft), a 6-speed manual, optional 18″ wheels, and 0-100km/h in 8.9s.
The Vauxhall Cascada was axed from the UK and Ireland range months ago, but no-one noticed, and now the last cars have been sold spelling the end.