The Opel Corsa is a B to late summer 2000 by General Motors and Opel in Europe built by early 1993, small car, who had succeeded his predecessor Corsa A.
In March 1993 the Corsa B appeared as a three-door hatchback. The five-door followed in August 1993.
Initially, there was the Corsa B with 1,2 – and 1,4-liter petrol engines with 45 or 60hp, which dated back from its predecessor. In Austria, the 1.4 8V 40 kW (55hp) was reduced in order to make the maintenance cheaper.
Between autumn 1993 and mid-1994, the Sports GSi version with 80 kW (109hp) was offered. The Corsa GSi was then delivered from the summer of 1994 to the end of production with the Ecotec engine with 78 kW (106hp). He had, however, taken no longer the typical Verspoilerung, which was 1.6-liter engine with 78 kW (106hp) from 1995.
In the summer of 1997, the engine range was complemented by a newly designed 1.0-liter three-cylinder engine with 40 kW (54hp) and four-valve technology. For models with this engine, an electric power steering was (EPS) was introduced in order to reduce consumption. The 1.4-liter 8V engine was replaced in early 1998 by the 1.2-liter 16V engine with 48 kW (65hp). 1.2 liters of this based on the basis of 1.0 liter 12V.
As diesel engines since the beginning were the 1.5-liter diesel with 37 kW (50hp) and the 1.5-liter turbo diesel engine with 49 kW (68hp) to choose from. In spring 1996, still followed by a 1.7-liter diesel with 44 kW (60hp), but it lacked a turbocharger. The diesel engines in the Corsa Opel were not developed in-house, but were taken over by the, is also owned by General Motors manufacturer Isuzu. Depending on the equipment of this car was up on the 1.5 TD with air conditioning delivered.
The Corsa Sport was until August 1994 with a 1.4-liter 8V engine possessed of more than 82hp, offered and after the vacation from September 1994 through the 1.4-liter 16V 66 kW (90hp) replaced.
Based on the Corsa B Tigra is a small sports coupe that was produced between autumn 1994 and mid-2001 was born. Both small car based on the same platform and have an identical floor assembly. In Germany there was the Tigra with two engine options: 1.4-liter 16V 66 kW (90hp) and 1.6 liter 16V 78 kW (106hp).
In July 1997 he was a facelift. It included modified front and rear aprons, wider side moldings and side indicators fitted as standard; the design of the wheel trims and alloy wheels was also modernized. In the interior, time, new materials and a three-spoke airbag steering wheel collection, the angular shift knob so far has been replaced by a round specimen and the previous frame headrests accounted for.
From Corsa B there was also a van version which was sold by the fall of 1993 until the end of 2001 as the Opel Combo. The Corsa B was replaced by the Corsa C in November 2000.
Opel Corsa Dreitürer (1997-2000)
Opel Corsa Fünftürer (1997-2000)
Opel Corsa World Cup
Eco, City, Swing, Sport, GSI, Joy, Atlanta, World Cup, Grand Slam, Viva, Family, CDX, Vogue und Advantage.
Opel Corsa B Eco
Opel Corsa B City
Opel Corsa B Swing
Opel Corsa B Sport
Opel Corsa B Joy
Opel Corsa B Atlanta
Opel Corsa B World Cup
Opel Corsa B Grand Slam
Opel Corsa B Viva
Opel Corsa B Family
Opel Corsa B Vogue
Opel Corsa B Advantage
Opel Corsa B Coiffeur
Twen, Cappuccino, Vogue, Advantage, Edition 100, Edition 100 Cool, Edition 2000, World Cup, World Cup Cool, World Cup Sport, Webc@r, Viva, Snow, Young, Special, City, Trio und Twist.
Opel Corsa B Twen
Opel Corsa B Cappuccino
Opel Corsa B Edition 100
Opel Corsa B Edition 2000
Opel Corsa B World Cup
Opel Corsa B Viva
Opel Corsa B City
Opel Corsa B Swing
The Corsa B is still produced in some countries. In South Africa, the earlier version (before 1997) offered as a Corsa Lite, while in India the later version is sold (as of 1997) under the name Corsa Sail (Hatchback), Corsa Joy (notchback) and Corsa Swing (Caravan).
In other countries, such as Uruguay, however, it is marketed under the Chevrolet brand, where it supports names like Chevrolet Celta. In Japan and East Africa, however, the second generation Corsa has been marketed as the Opel Vita.
In Latin America, the three-door variants are available as Chevrolet Celta and the notchback model is sold as the Chevrolet Prisma. The correct name of just over four meters long Opel Corsa B Caravan is Chevrolet Corsa station wagon. He was from 1997 to 2001 in Argentina (Rosario) built. It was imported to Europe only by Opel Italia. But originally it is a German product. It is the result of a trade test in the Opel factory Rüsselsheim. Opel saw but on the European market without any sales opportunities for this model, so this project disappeared for a few years in the drawer. In Argentina, the Corsa was also marketed by Suzuki as the Suzuki Fun.
In South Africa, however, the Corsa was further expanded in the work of the General Motors near Port Elizabeth until 2004. When the model was then deemed reliable but parallel to the newer-generation Corsa, the name was changed to Opel Corsa Swing. Only still remaining in the land of the Opel Corsa is still being manufactured is India. Here the small car Opel Corsa Sail and Opel Corsa Swing the combination are available. In China, the notchback sedan was produced until 2009. From 1999 to 2005 it was called the Buick Sail, from then on the name of Chevrolet Sail, under the now owning a vehicle has been created.
Opel Corsa Station Wagon
Chevrolet Corsa Station Wagon
Buick Sail Sedan
Opel Corsa Pickup
Holden SB Parina Cabrio
Chevrolet Corsa 1.6 ST Pickup
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