2010 Opel Agila – Official photos, features, specs | Auto Spectator: New car reviews, pics, info & specs

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and packaging

The Agila has always supremely practical. But for this generation, the target was made more complex. “We wanted to our small car substantially more in its design without making any in functionality,” says Chief Uwe Müller. The front is typical the almond-shaped lighting units are of the Corsa, and the integrated round give the Agila a smart and face.

The front and rear tapering is an trademark, just like the in the hood. The slender, vertical lights allowed a tailgate that makes loading and very easy.

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Fresh and attractive shapes create a interior atmosphere which is by generous headroom. The versatile features a high seating for excellent visibility and the gear lever is located higher up for operation. The rev counter has its own separate on the instrument panel, while all data is in a large, distinctive instrument cluster.

The rear backs and bench are available in a split. When one side of the back is folded down, the cushion also swings so that a perfectly level area floor is created.

2010 Opel Agila

safety

The Opel Agila’s boasts a sophisticated combination of and superb energy absorbing and distribution characteristics. Additional is provided by two front and two side safety belt pretensioners and force limiters for the safety in front, as well as head for all five seats. The Opel Release System protects the feet from serious in the event of a head-on collision.

Mountings for the child safety system ISOFIX and Top Tether are into the outer rear

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Chassis and active safety

The chassis – with A-arm and struts in front and a twist rear axle – is set up for optimal dynamics. The front subframe precise handling and high comfort, and carries the lower suspension stabilizer and steering. The wide track (front mm, rear 1480 mm) also to its stable handling characteristics.

of a rigid axle like its the new mini monocab features a pivot pin in the rear, which does its part to optimize the and easy-to-control self-steering properties. ESP is as an option.

Photo: 2010 Agila

The rack and pinion steering varies according to speed. The steering wheel a diameter of 370 mm is as much an indication of the sporty steering layout as its 3.2 lock-to-lock. Turning clearance has reduced from 10 meters to 9.6 to curb).

All Agila models are with newest-generation ABS with brake assist, which braking distance in emergency Internally ventilated disk in front and drum brakes in ensure powerful deceleration.

2010 Opel Agila

and transmissions

Two newly-developed gasoline are used in the Agila. Both an aluminum cylinder block and as well as twin overhead The entry-level engine is the 1.0-liter unit with 48 kW/65 hp and a top of 160 km/h.

The 1.2 four-cylinder engine with 63 hp sprints from zero to 100 in 12.3 seconds and reaches a speed of 175 km/h (with gearbox). This unit is available with a four-speed transmission.

The most economical available for the Agila is the 1.3-liter turbo -diesel. This offers a particularly low-cost alternative. The 1.3 CDTI ecoFLEX 55 kW/75 hp takes the Agila zero to 100 km/h in 13.9 and to a top speed of 165 km/h.

The powerful features maximum torque of 190 Nm and fuel efficiency, consuming 4.5 liters of diesel per 100 km and emitting 120 CO2. The Agila even just 119 g/km CO2 with the gasoline engine, enabling the 1.3 CDTI and the 1.0 variants to carry the badge, which identifies as extremely fuel efficient

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Opel Agila: Facts and

Timeline

July 2000: launch of first generation in which sold 440,000

September 2007: Premiere of new Agila at IAA in Frankfurt

Spring Start of sales in Germany

2010 Opel Agila

Highlights

Two gasoline engines and one unit to choose from

1.0 and 1.3 CDTI (diesel) with badge

Available with transmission

Main markets: Italy, France, the Netherlands, Britain

Most popular variant in Germany since of sales: Edition

Most engine in Germany since of sales: 1.2

Update: Opel and Agila Now with Start/Stop

Opel Agila

Opel now offers Start/Stop on the Corsa 1.3 CDTI (55 kW/75 hp) and 1.2 l (69 kW/94 hp) gasoline together a Euro 5 upgrade and a CO2 engine package, delivering significant economy in urban driving.

ecoFLEX technology next be extended to the Astra range with the 1.3 CDTI as part of the rollout. By the end of 2011, all major carlines will offer CO2-saving innovation.

With the of the Start/Stop technology Opel to strive towards its goal in fuel consumption and emissions. The is committed to working on a range of that can reduce and ultimately oil dependency, minimize CO2 emissions and energy diversity.

Start/Stop is most advantageous for city where the Agila and Corsa are suited. The principle is simple: An which is not running cannot fuel. Instead of idling at a light or train crossing, the will automatically stop the driver engages the neutral and releases the clutch pedal.

When the traffic light green, drivers simply the clutch pedal to restart the shift into first and take off. Naturally, the performance, power steering and performance is maintained to keep safe and comfortable even the engine is temporarily off.

By idling time, engines less greenhouse gases importantly, create less The Corsa 1.3 CDTI 75 hp (190Nm/55 kW) optional Start/Stop requires 4.0 l/100 km and emits 105 grams 6.25 percent less the same variant without the in the combined cycle. Owners see the greatest savings in city In the urban cycle, the Corsa Start/Stop emits 10.6 less CO2 than the Corsa this eco-friendly technology.

In the cycle, for the Corsa uses 4.8 km, compared with 5.3 l/100 km Start/Stop. In the combined cycle, the requires only 4.0 liters of per 100 km.

The ecoFLEX Technology Package on the also includes:

Start/Stop with enhanced starter which ensures the system last the lifetime of the vehicle;

performance Absorbent Glass Mat This upgrade of the vehicle‘s system keeps the operation and makes sure the engine every time;

Intelligent Management with Battery which has been added for and quality control.

Electric Management, too, ensures the restarts every time;

Additional water pump the cabin warm in cool during the stop phase.

button for manual control so customers can choose when want to use this feature.

In the ecoFLEX Technology Package includes configurable climate level with electronic control. This allows to personalize the amount of air conditioning they wish to have the engine is temporarily stopped. can choose to maximize the ecological and leave the car off even if the cabin is warm. Alternatively, they can an AC Configuration button, in which the turns on as required to keep the cool.

Opel is the only manufacturer to offer this

The Agila 1.2 liter 94 hp (69 kW/118 Nm) 5.0 liters of gasoline per 100 km and emits 116 g CO2 Start/Stop technology, some 2.5 less than the same without this feature. In the cycle, Start/Stop decreases by 9 percent.

The ecoFLEX Technology on the Agila offers:

Start/Stop

Enhanced battery

Intelligent management with battery

Switch-off button for manual

The ecoFLEX Technology Package on the is available on-cost at 350 euros. The costs 300 euros on the Agila.

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