What does ecoflex mean on Astra?

What does ecoflex mean on Astra?

Answered by Edmund King AA President. This is Vauxhall’s latest lightweight, compact Common Rail Diesel Turbo Injection engine with stop/start technology. Vauxhall claims outstanding fuel economy and describe the engine range as ‘whispering diesels’. AC means air-conditioning.

Is Opel Astra GTC reliable?

Reliability and Safety Although the suspension and stylish bodywork is new, the GTC’s engines and gearboxes have all been tried and tested in the standard hatch, and no major problems have been reported so far.

What’s the difference between Astra and Astra GTC?

The Vauxhall Astra GTC is the sportier, three-door version of the five-door Astra hatchback. However, all of its body panels are unique to this model, giving it a more flowing and muscular shape.

What is Opel ecoFLEX?

Opel revealed the most fuel efficient and cleanest Corsa of all the times: the Corsa ecoFLEX. It is powered by a 1.3 CDTI diesel engine boosted by a turbo with a variable geometry that need only 3.7 liters for 100 km and has a CO2 emission of 98 g/km.

Are ecoFLEX cars any good?

The ecoFLEX models are undoubtedly green with low emissions of just 109 g/km which is excellent for a family hatchback. There will be a compromise in performance but for many drivers the low fuel and tax bills will compensate for this.

Is Eco Flex with Turbo?

With a fuel consumption of 5.1 litres/100km – 55 mpg UK – 46 mpg US (Average), 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 11.0 seconds, a maximum top speed of 115 mph (185 km/h), a curb weight of 2643 lbs (1199 kgs), the Corsa E 3-door 1.4 Turbo ecoFLEX Start-Stop 100HP has a turbocharged Inline 4 cylinder engine, Petrol motor.

What is a ecoFLEX engine?

The ecoFLEX variant is designed to offer all the refinement and quality of the standard car, but with reduced running costs and less of an environmental impact. The ecoFLEX is available with only one engine, but the 158bhp 2.0 CDTI turbodiesel is the pick of the range.

What kind of engine does the Opel Astra GTC have?

For the drivetrain, Opel offered the Astra GTC with a choice of gasoline and diesel engines paired to manual or automatic transmissions.

When did the Astra GTC come out?

The Astra GTC was well received in 2011 when it was launched on the European market. It followed on its predecessor’s paths, which was introduced in 2005 on the Astra H platform.

When did the Opel Astra H hatchback come out?

It followed on its predecessor’s paths, which was introduced in 2005 on the Astra H platform. With results that exceeded its predecessor’s expectations, Opel dared to introduce a second-generation for the three-door compact hatchback in 2011.

What does an Astra look like from the inside?

A long tailgate with a big windscreen covered part of the trunk. Viewed from the profile, the high shoulders over the rear wheels and the small rear side windows emphasized the sporty look. Inside, there was the regular Astra dashboard.