This time the car is not a version of the Opel Corsa (which actually is a Fiat Grande Punto 2007), it is the exact Fiat Doblo 2011. So the only differences are noticeable in terms of design, where the Opel designers slightly retouched the front of the Italian car, just to be a little mode different than the Fiat Doblo 2011 version.
The range version includes a diesel 1.3 CDTI Multijet and 1.6 CDTI Multijet egine, each developing a 66 kW/90 hp on the output and a 1.6 CDTI version with 77 kW/105 hp power engine and a 2.0 CDTI Multijet engine, which has an output of 99 kW/135 hp on the output.
The 1.4 liter gasoline engine has an output of 70 kW/95 hp. The petrol and the diesel 1.3 CDTI engines are equipped with a manual transmission with five speeds and the more powerful CDTI units are equipped with a manual transmission with six gears.
All drive systems are available with optional start / stop function, which reduce the fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.
The Combo car variant is available with the Essentia, Enjoy and Cosmo system equipment. Among the optional features, it includes a central locking remote control, electric rear windows and side airbags for the front passengers.
According to sources, the purchase price is up to 1,000 euros higher for the Opel Combo than for the Italian Fiat Doblo, this means that choosing one of them is very difficult job for the buyers, as the two exposed cars are totally identical.