After debuting the second generation Meriva two years ago, Opel is now working on a facelift version of the minivan that will most likely receive the same treatment already present in the recently announced Opel Astra facelift. Expect to see the new Meriva facelift launched at the end of 2012 with sales beginning in early 2013.

As you can see from these spy shots, only the car’s front end has been camouflaged meaning that this is the only part of the vehicle that will be updated. The front end will likely receive a redesigned front bumper and new headlamps, while the rear end looks to be completely unchanged although some minor adjustments may be made before it debuts.

Under the hood, Opel will keep the same engine line-up, meaning that the new Meriva will be offered with engines producing a range from a very economical 75 HP up to 140 HP, with an ecoFLEX version to be offered as well.


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  (474) posted on 08.22.2012

This Opel looks like it didn’t have a facelift at all. I’ve seen no changes with its front fascia. Maybe, it has a minimal enhancement that’s hard to notice.

  (201) posted on 08.21.2012

Oh! It’s a minivan. I though It was a hatchback car. It looks like Toyota Innova. The bottom line: I don’t really like the style.

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