The exterior highlights of the updated Antara include a newly designed front grille with the trademark Opel chrome bar, new fog lamps, adapted underride protection, modified rear lights and large format, 19 inch alloy wheels. The enhanced interior features new paneling and upholstery materials, optimized instrument graphics, a new center console, additional storage space as well as elegant interior lighting. An especially high grade leather version, called Light Titanium is available as an option. The powertrain range includes a newly developed common-rail diesel engine with 2.2 l displacement and 2.4 l gasoline engine. The 2.2 l turbodiesel is available in two output levels (120 kW/163 hp, 135 kW/184 hp). The gasoline version, which has also been upgraded, delivers 123 kW/167 hp. The 163 hp turbodiesel and the gasoline-powered model are available with front or all wheel drive and with manual or automatic six speed transmission. All engines meet Euro 5 emissions standards. Compared with their predecessors, they combine increased agility and driving dynamics with considerably lower fuel consumption and emissions. Both transmission types are also available for the 184 hp turbodiesel version, while the all wheel drive system is standard with this engine. The newly tuned chassis offers an extremely well balanced combination of dynamic handling and suspension comfort.
Opel, Antara, 2011, 2.4, 2.2, 16V, CDTI, Euro5, 4x4, SUV, GM, Vauxhall