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Opel Agila

Opel Agila (Germany, 2000-2007)

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Launched in 2000, the Opel Agila is a badge-engineered version of the Suzuki Wagon R and Suzuki Splash manufactured by Magyar Suzuki and sold by German automaker Opel.

The first generation of the Opel Agila was based on the Suzuki Wagon R+. The Agila was powered by 1.0 and 1.2-litre petrol engines, which were smaller than the European-market 1.3-litre found in the European-market Wagon R+, but still more powerful and refined.

At the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show Opel unveiled the second generation Agila.


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Opel entered the automobile business in 1899, selling Opel-Lutzmann cars, the first of them being the “Patent Motor Car”. Partnership between Opel and Lutzman was terminated in 1901 and Adam Opel’s son initiated a new contract with the French carmaker Darracq that allowed the German company to built Opel-Darracq cars. These cars received their chassis from Darracq and their bodies from Opel.

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