source and more: WorldCarFans.comOpel has announced their new entry-level model called Karl will carry a starting price at home in Germany of €9,500 (including taxes).
When Opel introduced the Karl city car last month they said it will have an estimated starting price of €9,500 and now they managed to live up to their promise as the figure has remained intact. It's the cheapest Opel money can buy as it's positioned as a more affordable alternative to the posher Adam which in Germany kicks off at €11,750.
source and more: Opel Media OnlineNew Opel KARL: World Premiere at the Geneva Motor Show
- Economical: Latest generation three-cylinder engine emits 99 g/km CO2
- Safe: With technologies and features from higher segments
- Sound: Compact dimensions, low curb weight and room for up to five people
Rüsselsheim. Its dimensions: extremely compact. Its engine: very frugal. Its name: simply KARL, Opel KARL. The five-door car with space for up to five people will celebrate its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show (March 5 to March 15). The new addition to the Opel family can be equipped with numerous safety and comfort technologies that are unrivalled in the microcar segment. At just 3.68 meters long and 1.48 meters high, the new Opel KARL offers the perfect combination of a spacious interior and compact exterior dimensions. KARL is powered by a modern, latest generation one-liter, three-cylinder gasoline engine that emits 99 g/km CO2.
“KARL is Opel’s attractive entry-level model while it also completes the small car trio next to the ADAM family and new Corsa,” says Opel Group CEO Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann. “It is the ideal car for price-conscious customers who want to combine everyday suitability with comfort, high economy and modern technologies.”