Redesigned Opel Meriva Interior Detailed

2011 Opel Meriva 1

You recognized it as the Vauxhall Meriva until date but with Opel taking over, the reworked edition of the car is dubbed the Opel Meriva. The latest edition offers a lot more on the inside compared to its predecessors beginning with the wraparound wing-shaped instrument panel that renders a warm and inviting cabin ambience. A buyer gets to choose from three trim levels- Essentia, Enjoy and the range topping Cosmo that embraces embossed black Morrocana seat upholstery.

Opel has also added the FlexRail system which offers a modular storage options depending on the need. The previously found FlexSpace system which facilitates the increase in leg and boot space has been improved upon with the addition of a FlexFix bicycle carrier in the rear bumper. The addition enables the car two carry two bicycles at a go, when the need be. Meriva now comes with rear-hinged FlexDoors which open at an angle of 90-degrees making it easier for entrants to enter and exit the cabin.






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