The new Opel Cascada – or Astra Convertible to give it its old name – is now available to order in Europe and UK for an April launch. The four-seater convertible comes with a range of new engines and equipments.
In Europe, the Cascada will launch with 1.4-liter gasoline Turbo unit with 88 kW/120 hp and a six-speed manual transmission, and 125 kW/170 hp 1.6-liter SIDI Turbo with 280 Nm of torque. There will also be a 121 kW/165 hp 2.0 CDTI ecoFLEX and a 2.0 BiTurbo CDTI ecoFLEX with 143 kW/195 hp available for those who want the diesel option.
Pricing starts from 25,945 Euros for the entry-level 1.4 liter model, and 28,245 Euros for the SIDI. The diesel range is yet to get its price tags.
In Britain, where the car is known as the Vauxhall Cascada, prices start from £23,995. UK gets a broader range of engines from launch, details of which are as follows:
|Cascada SE||1.4 (140PS) Start / Stop||23995.00||148|
|Cascada SE||1.6 SIDI (170PS) Automatic||26505.00||168|
|Cascada SE||2.0 (165PS) Start / Stop||25495.00||138|
|Cascada SE||2.0 (165PS) Automatic||27015.00||163|
|Cascada Elite||1.4 (140PS) Start / Stop||26095.00||148|
|Cascada Elite||1.6 SIDI (170PS) Automatic||28605.00||168|
|Cascada Elite||2.0 (165PS) Start / Stop||27595.00||138|
|Cascada Elite||2.0 (165PS) Automatic||29115.00||163|
|Cascada Elite||2.0 (195PS) Bi-Turbo Start / Stop||29080.00||139|