No FlexDoors for Vauxhall Zafira
These spy pictures finally make sure the brand new Vauxhall Zafira won’t have the innovative FlexDoor system from the Meriva.
As the Meriva’s rear-hinged doorways have demonstrated to become both practical and an ideal way of differentiating the vehicle from the rivals, the engineering challenges of fitting exactly the same layout on the seven-seater are extremely great to allow them to feature around the Zafira.
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There’s more towards the Vauxhall Meriva than FlexDoors
The brand new Vauxhall Zafira is placed for launch this year, and it is stated by Vauxhall to become more grown-up and complicated than its predecessors, a choice without doubt affected by the prosperity of its rivals.
The form from the next Vauxhall Zafira draws nothing in the outgoing model, but incorporates differently expressed Astra/Insignia features like the side blade, grille and wing-formed headlights.
The inside has lots of influence in the forthcoming Vauxhall Astra, too, though Vauxhall’s mission would be to move its MPV up a category, into Ford S-Max territory.
The Zafira’s three-row flexible seating system continues to be completely redesigned and offers independent seats for those occupants. The center and rear seats all can foldup, departing a wonderfully flat load space.
The following Zafira range can also be apt to be offered with Ecoflex-badged versions – Vauxhall’s low-CO2 sub-brand.
A business insider was adamant the FlexDoor system could be located on other GM Group cars later on, even though they wouldn’t be attracted on specifics.
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