Opel Frontera was founded as a universal auto-terrain. Produced in versions of three-and five-door. The car was produced in the period from 1991 to 2003. Engines Frontera had a capacity of 2.0 to 3.2 liters with outputs from 100hp to 205hp. Frontera was offered with both gasoline and diesel engines.
There were two generations of the car:
Opel Frontera A was produced in 1991-1998. Production started in September 1991 in Luton, UK. It was conducted in the resulting company in 1987, IBC Vehicles, in which General Motors had 82% of the shares, and the company Isuzu (in which GM had the substantial shareholdings) 18% of the shares. Model Frontera performed in two body variants, a 3 or 5 door. 3 door variant called Frontera Sport. They are based on the structure of Japanese Isuzu Mu (3d) and Isuzu Mu Wizzard (5d). Model Him in the United States was known as the Isuzu Amigo, in Europe as the Isuzu Rodeo.
In 1997, the car underwent a facelift interior. Changed the "square" shapes on a slightly more rounded.
Opel Frontera B was produced in 1998-2003.
3.2 V6 – Benzyna
Suspension front end