Opel have most sectors coverd with their range of cars, from small city cars to large family estates and SUVs to MPVs. All cars are comfortable, practical, well built, stylish and enjoyable to drive. The GSI and VXR models are particularly potent. See below for all the latest text and video reviews of the Opel range.
Replacing the popular Meriva, the Crossland X is a likeable crossover and an impressive new addition to Opel’s growing 'X' range.
If you can restrain yourself on the options list, the Opel Insignia remains a good value, comfortable family cruiser
This is now the largest Opel ‘SUV’ following the earlier arrival of the Crossland X.
The new Opel Insignia is very impressive Opel Insignia Grand Sport/Sports Tourer Like a teenager fresh from a holiday romance, I have fallen in love over the summer. No,
The thought of a 1.5-litre turbo petrol in a large family estate would have perished on the vine as recently as a year ago.
The Crossland X is one of the less-pronounced Crossovers, I’m glad to say. That’s because it’s more a cross between people carrier and SUV.
You can't get too much of a good thing, they say, but sometimes I wonder. Opel already have a compact SUV; it's called the Mokka X. Now they have