2010 Geneva Auto Show: Opel Meriva

Opel has just unveiled its new Meriva at the 80th Geneva Auto Show. Customers can already order the car in Germany as well as in several other European countries. The price starts at 15,900 Euros for the entry level 1.4 liter gasoline engine which produces 74 kw (100 hp).

The Meriva comes in three equipment levels: Essentia, Enjoy and Cosmo. In standard, Opel offers a lot of safety features like ESP, front airbags, side and curtain airbags, seat belt reminders front and rear, front seat belt force limiters and pretensioners, adaptive brake lights, the Opel Pedal Release System as well as ISOFIX for rear outer seats.

The Essentia equipment level offers Electric Park Brake (EPB), heated power exterior mirrors, power windows in the front, remote control for doors, tailgate and fuel filler cap locking, the FlexFloor (the floor can be raised to bumper height for ease of loading and under-floor stowage), a seat height adjuster for the driver as well as a height and reach-adjustable steering column.

The Enjoy equipment level adds air conditioning, a radio CD300 system with MP3 and the FlexRail storage system between the front seats that features a tray with cup holder. Side and curtain head airbags are standard as of Enjoy (optional on Essentia). For the interior, the customer can choose between three colour combinations.

Cosmo, la most expensive equipment level offered by Opel for its Meriva, adds front and rear power windows, front fog lamps, a board computer, cruise control, a leather steering wheel with controls, the flexible front armrest from the FlexRail system as well as 16-inch alloy wheels. The Cosmo trim level is available in two colour combinations for the interior.

Opel Meriva has an engine line-up ranging from 55 kW/75 hp to 103 kW/140 hp.
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