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Opel Vectra
Manufacturer General Motors
Also called Chevrolet Vectra
Holden Vectra
Vauxhall Vectra
Production 1988– present
Predecessor Opel Ascona
Successor Opel Insignia (2009)
Class Large family car
Vectra A
Production 19881995
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
5-door hatchback
Platform FF/AWD GM2900
Related Opel Calibra
Saab 900
Vauxhall Cavalier
Vectra B
2000 Vauxhall Vectra
Production 19952002
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
5-door hatchback
5-door station wagon
Platform FF GM2900
Related Saab 9-3
Saab 9-5
Saturn L-Series
Vectra C
Opel Vectra C
Production 2002–present
Body style(s) 4-door sedan
5-door hatchback
5-door station wagon
Platform FF Epsilon
Related Cadillac BLS
Chevrolet Malibu
Fiat Croma
Pontiac G6
Opel Signum
Saab 9-3
Saturn Aura

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The car is produced at the Opel factory headquarters in Rüsselsheim, Germany. Rüsselsheim is the largest city in the Groß-Gerau district in the Rhein-Main region of Germany. ...

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Vectra A / Cavalier

The first Vectra, known as the Vectra A, was introduced in 1988 as a sedan and hatchback, replacing the Opel Ascona C. A coupe based on the Vectra, called the Calibra, was also sold. Both cars were designed by then-Opel design chief Wayne Cherry. Vauxhall, the name for GM in the UK, did not use the Vectra name initially, calling the car the Cavalier until 1995. The Opel Ascona was a midsized car produced by Opel, the German subsidiary of General Motors. ... Opel Calibra on Monza The Opel Calibra (badged as a Vauxhall in the UK, Holden in Australia and New Zealand and Chevrolet in most South American countries, except Chile) is a sports car produced by German automaker Opel between 1989 and 1997. ... Wayne K Cherry Wayne K Cherry (b. ... The Vauxhall Cavalier was a large family car sold primarily in the UK by Vauxhall Motors, the British subsidiary of General Motors from 1976 to 1995. ...


Engines ranged initially from a 71 PS (52 kW) 1.4 L to a 130 PS (96 kW) 2.0 L Family II. The Family II is a straight-4 piston engine that was originally developed by Opel in late 1970s for use in the Opel Ascona B and Opel Kadett D. Over time, the engine block has evolved to include many modern features such as DOHC and fuel injection. ...


With the introduction of Euro I emissions regulations, the base model was replaced by a 1.6 L with the same output, while the top of the line was given to a 16-valve version of the 2.0 L engine, which powered the GT version and had 150 PS (110 kW). All-wheel drive versions were added to the lineup in 1990, and in 1993, the car received a limited edition turbocharged version with 204 PS (150 kW). The 1.4-litre engine was not available in all markets, and even then, it was only available in basic trims (Base/L in United Kingdom, LS/GL in Europe). A 2.5 litre V6 engine appeared towards the later stages of the Vectra's life, developing 170 PS (125 kW), turning the car into a relaxed motorway cruiser rather than give it sporty pretensions. EURO I (popularly referred to as Euro1) was the emission standard for cars introduced in the EU in 1992 that limits car emissions to 8 g/kWh of Nitrogen Oxides and 0. ... Four wheel drive or 4x4, is a type of four wheeled vehicle drivetrain configuration that enables all four wheels to receive power from the engine simultaneously in order to provide maximum traction. ... “Turbo” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Europe (disambiguation). ...


There were a choice of two Diesel engines one was an Isuzu 1.7 L Circle-L unit, in both naturally-aspirated and turbocharged form (1686cc), this one capable of achieving 82 PS (60 kW), and a GM designed 1.7 "low blow" turbo-diesel (1699cc), and naturally-aspirated diesel unit, delivering up to 76PS. Both units have a reputation for longevity, especially Isuzu developed units, which were also regarded as some of the most refined diesels available at the time. A diesel engine built by MAN AG in 1906 Rudolf Diesels 1893 patent on his engine design The Diesel engine is an internal combustion engine which operates using the Diesel cycle named after German engineer Rudolf Diesel, who invented it in 1876, based on the hot bulb engine, and... This article is about a truck manufacturer. ... The Circle L is an automobile engine produced by Isuzu Motors Polska in Poland. ... This article is about a truck manufacturer. ...


The Vectra also received a refreshing in 1993. The Vectra gave birth to a coupé version, the Opel Calibra, which shared the Vectra's underpinnings, including the most powerful engines (115 PS and up) and transmissions. The Peugeot 406 Coupé, designed by Pininfarina 1990 Mercedes-Benz 560SEC coupé, noted for its large, angular design 1997 Rover Vitesse Coupe, club coupé Rover P5 Coupe, a traditional four-door coupé Mercedes CLS, a modern four-door coupé Gala-Coupé of Leopold II, Brussels 1970s Sunbeam Alpine fastback coup... Opel Calibra on Monza The Opel Calibra (badged as a Vauxhall in the UK, Holden in Australia and New Zealand and Chevrolet in most South American countries, except Chile) is a sports car produced by German automaker Opel between 1989 and 1997. ...


In New Zealand, the Vectra A was offered initially as an Opel, but it wore Holden badges from 1994. It was not sold in Australia, where Holden instead offered a rebadged Toyota Camry called Apollo until 1997. Holdens rule This article is about the Australian car manufacturer. ... Badge engineering is a term that describes the rebadging of one model of car as another. ... The Toyota Camry is a mid-size sedan assembled by Toyota in Georgetown, Kentucky; Altona, Victoria, Australia; Guangzhou, China and the original factory in Toyota City, Japan. ... The Holden Apollo was an automobile that was a badge-engineered version of the Toyota Camry sold in Australia, built from 1989 to 1997 (paralleling two generations of Camry). ...


In Brazil, the Chevrolet-badged Vectra A was not introduced until 1993, when it replaced the Chevrolet Monza, a restyled version of the last Ascona. It has been suggested that this article be split into multiple articles accessible from a disambiguation page. ...


Vectra B

The second model, the Vectra B, was introduced in 1995, and the model range included a station wagon (estate) version for the first time. This model replaced the Vauxhall Cavalier in the UK, and the Holden Apollo in Australia. In 1998, Holden began assembly of the Vectra for export to other right-hand drive markets in the region, although this was aversely affected by the Asian economic crisis, and ended in 2001. Estate car body style (Saab 95) A station wagon (United States usage), wagon (Australian usage, though station wagon is widely used) or estate car (United Kingdom usage) is a car body style similar to a sedan car but with an extended rear cargo area. ... The Vauxhall Cavalier was a large family car sold primarily in the UK by Vauxhall Motors, the British subsidiary of General Motors from 1976 to 1995. ... The Holden Apollo was an automobile that was a badge-engineered version of the Toyota Camry sold in Australia, built from 1989 to 1997 (paralleling two generations of Camry). ...  drive on right  drive on left In organized traffic, vehicles going in opposite directions are separated to a side of the road so they will not block each others way. ...


Engines started from the 71 PS (52 kW) 1.6 L, Family 1 but eventually the 8-valve engines were all replaced by 16-valve powerplants. The 2.0 L Family II engine, with 136 PS (100 kW) was developed as a basis for touring car racing, but the top of the line was a 2.5 L V6 with 170 PS (125 kW). Diesel power came once again from Isuzu, but now featured direct injection and a 16-valve head. The Family 1 is a straight-4 piston engine that was developed by Opel Powertrain, a subsidary of Adam Opel A.G. to replace low-displacement versions of GM Family II engine for use on subcompact cars from Opel/Vauxhall. ... Touring car racing is a general term for a number of distinct auto racing competitions in heavily-modified street cars. ... The Ford Essex V6 engine V6 and V-6 redirect here. ... Direct Injection may refer to: a music recording technique more commonly referred to as Direct Input. ...


In 1999 the Vectra was updated, receiving a mildly modified body (that can be identified by the single piece headlight units and body-coloured bumpers) together with somewhat improved handling characteristics and better equipment.


Sporting limited edition models included the touring car championship inspired i500, Super Touring and GSi. The first model was developed in Germany by Opel Motorsport, with the V6 engine's power increased to 195 PS (143 kW), and the other two were created in Milton Keynes by Motor Sport Developments, the team that run the Vectras in the BTCC. Only 3900 GSi models were ever produced, mostly in saloon and hatchback guise. With only 317 estate versions produced during this time, they became one of the rarest production Vauxhalls ever. The British Touring Car Championship is a series of races for saloon cars which is held each year in the United Kingdom. ...


A related model sold in the United States was the Saturn L-Series, introduced in 2000 but dropped from the lineup in 2005. It was replaced by the 2007 Saturn Aura, which is based on the current Vectra. The Saturn L-Series was a line of automobiles sold by General Motors Saturn marque. ... The Saturn Aura is a mid-size car produced under the Saturn brand of American automaker General Motors. ...


Vectra C

Introduced in the summer of 2002, the current model, the Vectra C, is built in Germany, Belgium, and the United Kingdom, and is based on the GM Epsilon platform. The Vectra is not assembled in Egypt anymore but currently Vectra C is on sale in only one version which is 1.6 L manual transmission and is sold for L.E 160,000. It is available as a four-door saloon, while the five-door hatchback, known as the Vectra GTS, is meant to recall cult models from Opel in the past such as the Commodore GTE of the 1970s. Epsilon is General Motors new mid-size front-wheel drive automobile platform. ... 1970 Opel Rekord Coupé The Opel Commodore was an executive car produced by German automaker Opel. ...


The engine range was substantially modified to account for an increased curb weight. While a 122 PS (90 kW) 1.8  Family 1 Ecotec engine was the base model, a 2.0 L turbocharged Family II engine with 175 PS (129 kW) and a new 3.2 L V6, with 211 PS (155 kW) was also offered. Diesel power, now important for commercial success in Europe, was first provided by Isuzu (a 3.0 L V6 is still retained), but the four-cylinder diesel engines were replaced by Ecotec CDTI (Fiat-designed MultiJet) units with 1.9 L, capable of 150 PS (110 kW), in 2004. The Family 1 is a straight-4 piston engine that was developed by Opel Powertrain, a subsidary of Adam Opel A.G. to replace low-displacement versions of GM Family II engine for use on subcompact cars from Opel/Vauxhall. ... The Family II is a straight-4 piston engine that was originally developed by Opel in late 1970s for use in the Opel Ascona B and Opel Kadett D. Over time, the engine block has evolved to include many modern features such as DOHC and fuel injection. ... Fiat S.p. ... MultiJet is a brandname for Fiats Common Rail turbocharged Diesel engine. ...


The Vectra received a facelift near the end of 2005, and the V6 engine was replaced by an Australian-built 2.8 V6 Turbo unit, similar to the one used in the Saab 9-3. More importantly, Opel introduced, for the first time, an OPC (VXR in the UK) version the Vectra, available only in the hatchback and estate bodies. Power on the Saab V6 Turbo was increased to 255 PS (188 kW), and maximum speed just falls short of 250 km/h (155 mph). The Saab 9-3 is a compact executive car produced by the automaker Saab in Trollhättan, Sweden, although the convertible (cabriolet) version is made under license in Austria. ... Opel Vectra OPC on display in Berlin The Opel Performance Center (abbreviated as OPC) is a subsidiary of General Motors German Opel division, founded in 1997 to oversee Opels motorsports activities and develop performance versions of Opel vehicles. ...


In the UK, the hatchback is not considered a specialty model. In Australasia, the rebadged Holden Vectra ZC is considered more upmarket, though not to the same extent as in Europe. A station wagon version, called the Caravan in Germany, was released in 2003. Australasia Australasia is a term variably used to describe a region of Oceania: Australia, New Zealand, and neighbouring islands in the Pacific Ocean. ...


Sales of the Vauxhall Vectra in the UK have not been as strong as its predecessor's. For much of its production life, the original Vectra was the fourth best selling car in the country, yet the current model has never come higher than eleventh in the country's car sales charts, though it is still the second best selling car in its sector behind the Ford Mondeo.


Signum

Based partly on the Vectra C, the Opel Signum is an 'executive hatchback' with a completely different layout in the rear, along with a few more refinements than the Vectra C. The Opel Signum is an upper-midsize class car with a hatchback body, manufactured by General Motors in Germany. ...


Chevrolet Vectra, Holden Vectra and Saturn Aura

While the Vectra C is sold in Mexico and Chile as a Chevrolet, it is not marketed in Brazil, where a new, locally designed Vectra sedan, based on the current Astra was released in October 2005. This model replaced the Vectra B, which was still available in Brazil until that date. This new model will also be sold in Eastern Europe as Opel Astra . See also Vauxhall Astra, Holden Astra, and Saturn Astra for the usage of the nameplate by other General Motors subsidiaries. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ...


Similarly, in Australia and New Zealand, the European-sourced Vectra was dropped and replaced with the Holden Epica, a rebadged Daewoo Tosca in March 2007. Due to stockpiling of 2005 model Vectras for the Australasian market, there was enough supply of the car for deliveries to last through to 2007, as a result facelifted 2006-built Vectra Cs were actually not sold in those markets. For pre-2006 models marketed as Chevrolet Epica, see Daewoo Magnus. ...


In Mexico the Vectra C has been the only one available and will be the only one. Sales of the Chevrolet Vectra in Mexico will stop after 2007 due to the redesign and the price of the Euro.


The Saturn Aura is based on the Vectra C, with readjustments to be compete better in the North American market, using the long wheelbase variant of the Epsilion Platform. The Saturn Aura is a mid-size car produced under the Saturn brand of American automaker General Motors. ...


Criticism

The old Vauxhall Vectra built from 1995-2002, was vastly criticized during its seven year run. Main criticisms were the uninspiring handling with a severe tendency to understeer, numb steering, poor interior ergonomics and the appalling reliability as demonstrated in satisfaction surveys provided by Auto Express, Top Gear, Which? magazines, as well the generic styling.


When the Vectra was launched, Top Gear's Jeremy Clarkson made what The Independent described as a "characteristically clever" film, which it judged may have damaged its sales.[1] Clarkson has since described the Vectra as "designed in a coffee break by people who couldn't care less about cars". [2] Top Gear may refer to: Top Gear (current format), a BBC television series about cars and motorsport in its new format (2002–present). ... Jeremy Charles Robert Clarkson (born 11 April 1960) is an English broadcaster and writer who specialises in motoring. ... For other uses, see The Independent (disambiguation). ...


The old Vauxhall Vectra scored only 89% up to 2 years old breakdown-free over previous 12 months in a satisfaction survey provided by Which? in 2004. Based on the survey results, Which? verdict on the old Vauxhall Vectra was:

"Disappointment on wheels. A slightly depressing driving experience and woeful build quality."

The current model launched in 2002 and face-lifted in 2005, garnered much better reviews and the Estate version even won an award from What Car? magazine in 2007 as "Estate Car of the Year 2007". Handling is reported to be much better than the old car, but reviews still criticize the overlight feel of the steering, complicated indicator switches and the rather ungainly styling of the Saloon version.


Notes

  1. ^ O'Grady, Sean. "Vroom with a view: The crown prince of petrolheads; Jeremy Clarkson is the self-appointed scourge of the green movement.", The Independent, 2005-09-13. Retrieved on 2007-02-05. “It was a characteristically clever trick, but it didn't do the folks who made that car any favours. The Vectra wasn't the smash hit that Vauxhall hoped it would be.” 
  2. ^ Jeremy Clarkson. Top Gear 2006-07-16 [TV]. London: BBC. Retrieved on 2007-02-05.

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Meriva A Meriva B
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