The Opel car brand has been around since the 1970’s. Their cars have grown and evolved tremendously during this time. This automobile maker takes pride in keeping its cars up to date and repaired correctly. Our Opel workshop manual gives you easy to read instructions on how to efficiently, and correctly, make needed repairs to the Opel. Whether you are a personal Opel owner or workshop owner, our eManual has all the information you need.
Opel first was started as a producer of several different kinds of equipment. They made bicycles and many other innovative products. Later in their business venture though, they decided that manufacturing cars was their true dream. Their cars have always been innovative, stylish, and highly sought after.
The Opel Corsa is a small car that was in production with German manufacturing beginning in 1982. The first Corsa was a hatchback design with four door versions being added later in its production. It was sold in the United Kingdom under the name Vauxhall Nova and did well on their market. It is currently being sold in its 5th generation model and is currently being built in Spain as well as Germany. The Corsa E, or the 5th generation, has a rebuilt exterior and interior design. More up to date technology was implemented and the exterior was designed with newer, safer materials.
The Opel Vectra is larger, family sized car that was in production from 1988 to 2008. There were three generations of the Opel Vectra. The first generation ran from 1988 to 1995. A turbocharged version was available starting in 1993 and airbags were then put in as standard equipment. There were also two Diesel engine models available. The second generation was introduced in 1995. The five door estate version was made available during this time and became very popular with consumers. The third generation was in production from 2002 to 2008, when production on the Vectra ceased.
The Opel GT is a little different from the cars mentioned above. It is a two seater sports car. It went to market in 1968. There are two generations, one in production from 1968 to 1973. The other was in production from 2007 to 2010. Both generations have a powerful engine as well as a very sporty design that was popular with consumers.
Keeping any of the cars produced by Opel up to date with servicing is important for the life of the car. Our Opel service manual will help you do exactly that. Detailed step by step instructions make your job easier. Our eManual was designed with you in mind. Purchase one today to keep your Opel on track with the recommended maintenance guidelines.