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.
Sintra, Portugal, is a town in the Portuguese Rivieria, and is full of stately homes and castles, which used to home for royalty.