Opel is “WLTP-ready” with all its passenger cars


 

« This state-of-the-art offer puts Opel at the forefront of the automotive industry. »

 

Xavier Duchemin
Opel Managing Director Sales, Aftersales and Marketing

 

New automobiles registered as of September 1, 2018 must be certified according to the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). The new test procedure provides customers with more realistic fuel consumption data. Opel has been preparing its portfolio for the introduction of the new standards for several years and the entire passenger car range – without any restrictions – meets these new requirements. Opel is thus “WLTP-ready” with all its passenger cars and customers can order the whole range, from ADAM to Zafira, at Opel dealers without having to fear lengthy delays in delivery. Depending on the model, buyers can choose from diesel and petrol, or LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) and CNG (compressed natural gas) units.

“We have been working for several years already to prepare our model portfolio for the WLTP milestone always under the guiding principle that we do not want any disruption for our customers. The result is that the introduction of WLTP on September 1 is almost a non-event for these two vital stakeholders: the same cars are ready to order and ready for delivery, and this is 100 percent of our portfolio. This state-of-the-art offer puts Opel at the forefront of the automotive industry,” said Opel Managing Director Sales, Aftersales and Marketing, Xavier Duchemin.


September 2018