|Body Style||5-door hatchback|
|Transmission|| 5-speed manual
|Engine||1.0 L B10XF I3 (petrol)|
The Opel Karl is a city car designated by the German manufacturer Opel as their entry model for the line-up. It replaced the Agila in December 2014. It is named after Adam Opel's oldest son Carl. In Great Britain, it has been marketed as the Vauxhall Viva since December 2014.
The car is built in South Korea, with a starting price of under £8,000, and fuel consumption reaching 4.3 L/100 km (66 mpg-imp) with a 1.0 L (999 cc) 3-cylinder direct injection engine making 55 kW (75 PS).
Vauxhall Viva Edit
The Viva range includes the base SE model, the SE A/C (which has air con as standard, hence the name) and the top SL.
The range has a high level standard specification compared to similar vehicles from other manufacturers, including a lane departure warning system, cruise control, speed limiter, trip computer (instant MPG, average MPG, average speed, stop watch and trip computer), tyre pressure monitoring system, electronic stability program and traction control, front fog lamps and cornering lamps.
The SL offers digital climate control, partial leather trim and alloy wheels.
Options include an electronically operated glass sunroof, a touch screen entertainment system (replacing the 300/300BT stereo unit) and a "Winter Pack" comprising heated seats, steering wheel, and door mirrors.
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|Adam Opel||Corporate website||A division of General Motors|
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