The recipe is well known: we take a break and we offer all the paraphernalia of the good adventurer. The car adopts generous crude plastic protections at the level of the shields, wheel arches and rocker panels. But it’s not just look: the car can receive an intelligent all-wheel drive, which distributes the torque more finely to each wheel.
A single engine is on the program for now, the 2.0 diesel 170 hp (the brand promises the arrival of a more muscular block later). To lower the price of access, it is available in single traction. The customer can also opt for the 8-speed automatic transmission, only available in two-wheel drive version.
Unlike the German market where the model exists with several engines, PSA and Opel have made the choice for the French market of a single diesel engine, the L4 2.0 L CDTI strong 170 ch and 400 Nm (engine tried by us Under the hood of the Cascada convertible).
The slightly off-road break from Opel is therefore standard in the FWD version with the BVM6 but the customer can opt for an Insignia Country Tourer with BVA8 or an AWD with BVM6.