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Is The Opel Grandland X Worth Shortlisting If You’re Shopping For A Compact SUV?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Although a flagship SUV is in the pipeline, Opel’s crossover family is bigger than ever, as it consists of three models, namely the Mokka X, Crossland X and Grandland X. The latter is basically the automaker’s version of the Peugeot 3008, and it arrived after the PSA takeover. It goes against the Nissan Qashqai and Seat Ateca, it’s decent to look at, and the interior is nice, though quite predictable.

Opel to swap Ampera-e (aka Bolt EV) for all-electric Corsa model in 2020

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It's been six months since General Motors completed the sale of its Opel division in Europe to PSA Group, the French parent of the Citroën, DS, and Peugeot brands. With the sale came licenses to run out the model life of GM-designed vehicles sold as Opels (and Vauxhalls in the U.

2019 Opel/Vauxhall Combo Life Debuts With New Styling And Tech

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After the introduction of the Citroen Berlingo Multispace last week, PSA has now pulled the cover off the new Opel/Vauxhall Combo Life. It’s basically the same vehicle as its French counterpart, albeit with different exterior styling and some tweaks inside, and it will be followed shortly by the new Peugeot Partner.

PSA Teases New Peugeot, Citroen, And Opel/Vauxhall LAVs Aka Vans

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Group PSA has announced new generations of the Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo, and Opel/Vauxhall Combo Leisure Activity Vehicles (LAV). Part of their ‘Push to Pass‘ plan, the three specific models will help the French automotive giant consolidate its leadership in the LAV segment in Europe.

PSA says new Peugeot, Citroen and Opel vans will set benchmark for segment

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PSA aims to boost its position in Europe's lucrative light van sector by launching three new group models, which will replace the Peugeot Partner, Citroen Berlingo and Opel/Vauxhall Combo models.

Maker of Opel and Peugeot cars picks Atlanta for US headquarters

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - France's PSA Group, the maker of Citroën, DS, Peugeot, and now also Opel cars, has a mission to sell cars in the United States, though the automaker, which is Europe's second biggest by volume, isn't rushing things.

PSA Groupe Plans Gradual Reentry Into U.S. Market

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PSA Groupe, an umbrella that encompasses carmakers Peugeot, Citroen, DS, and now Opel and Vauxhall, leapt back in to the U.S. transportation market last October, when its mobility aggregation service app, Free2Move, went live in Seattle. While the multinational manufacturer is not satisfied with cornering regional app markets, Motor Trend reports that Citroen and Peugeot are planning to but aren't yet ready to leap back into the maw of the U.S. market, which spat the two companies back out in 1974 and 1991 respectively.

Peugeot Looks to Opel in a Bid to Appeal to American Tastes

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - While it’s no secret that the PSA Group is looking to make a return to our shores, the French automaker dropped an interesting little nugget at the Detroit auto show regarding Peugeot Citroën’s return to the States—namely, the role its recent acquisition of General Motors Europe’s Opel brand plays in the plan.Speaking at the Automotive News World Congress, PSA Group chairman Carlos Tavares said that the company has “people working on cars now” for the U.

Zut Alors! Peugeot Outlines Plan for American Sales

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At Wednesday’s Automotive News World Congress in Detroit, Peugeot SA Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said the French automaker is picking the brains of former Opel engineers to develop vehicles for re-entry into US market. In keeping with current trends, he also said Peugeot will offer electrification as an option on all its vehicles by 2025.

Peugeot's Opel GM engineers 'working on cars now' for U.S. return

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Peugeot SA Chief Executive Carlos Tavares said on Wednesday the French automaker is using the know-how of former Opel engineers acquired from General Motors to develop vehicles to re-enter the U.S. market, and said Peugeot will offer electrification as an option on all its vehicles by 2025. Peugeot has "people working on cars now" for the U.S. market, Tavares said.