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Opel Astra Sportstourer test: Successful operation

Aug 24, 2022
Opel Astra Sportstourer test Successful operation

Opel Astra Sportstourer test: Successful operation

If SUVs always conquer a little more space in the hearts of families, the estate body remains nevertheless very important in Germany, home of this Astra estate. For the first time, the Astra station wagon also exists as a hybrid.

 

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality.

On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc. And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery.

The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power. In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion.

As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

 

For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid.
For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality.

On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc. And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery.

The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power. In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy.

In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery.

The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power. In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion.

As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery.

The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power. In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion.

As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

 

For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid.
For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid. – DR

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

 

For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid.
For the first time, the Opel Astra Sportstourer is also available as a hybrid. – DR

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

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On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

 

On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

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Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

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On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

Despite the multiplication of the SUV offer, it is impossible for Opel not to offer a station wagon version of its Astra as the model is still a great success. Especially since the new model could be made at a lower cost: it shares most of its components with the sedan, of which it is a perfect copy up to the rear doors. The rear lights are also identical, which reduces production costs. Everything is integrated in an elegant and dynamic way, including this prominent spoiler that caps the rear window.

 

On board

The total length reaches 4.64 m, which makes it possible to free up a generous trunk of 608 liters on the petrol and diesel versions, 548 on this hybrid version where the battery has taken place under the floor. By folding the backrests of the bench seat in three parts, we obtain 1,457 liters and 1.85 m of useful length behind the front seats! Practice. Too bad on the other hand that the 5.7 cm extension of the wheelbase does not really benefit the legs of the rear occupants. The space is ok, nothing more.

The on-board cabinet is characterized by its dual Pure Panel screen for all settings, assisted by shortcut keys on the apron and steering wheel. All this, with a careful manufacturing quality. On the equipment side, the German draws all the best from the organ bank of its parent company Stellantis to offer an ultra-complete endowment: active driving assistance, automatic emergency braking, multimedia connected with Carplay and Android Auto wireless, etc.

And as always at Opel, the seats validated by the German back health organization (AGR) ensure perfect support and comfort, and the heated steering wheel is part of the game!

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On the road

The engine offer consists of petrol blocks 110 and 130 hp, and diesel 130 hp. To these are added two plug-in hybrid engines of 180 or 225 hp. The most modest of the latter combines a 1.6l petrol engine of 150 hp with an electric motor of 110 hp. It is on this one that starts the car by default, in all-electric mode for about fifty kilometers – realistic – promised by the battery. The Hybrid mode allows you to alternate the distribution between the two engines to optimize consumption, while the Sport mode will allow you to permanently have 180 hp of combined power.

In any case, the Astra shows a lot of softness on the road, and displays a good level of comfort despite the large 18-inch wheels of our test copy. In addition, the soundproofing is always excellent, even when the petrol engine intervenes, always with a lot of softness and discretion. As for consumption, it will of course depend on your usage habits and your assiduity to recharge the battery, but Opel announces 1.1 l / 100km in WLTP mixed, or 26 gr CO2 / km.

 

Budget and conclusion

From this test, we will retain a cozy, well-built and technological interior. But above all, the pleasure and softness of hybridization. The final price of the Opel Astra Sportstourer hybrid 180 hp has not yet been revealed but it should be around 37,750 €, or 1,500 € more than the sedan.

 

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