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Technical data

Engine identifier code

D16DTH

D16DTI

Sales designation

1.6

1.6

Engineering code

D16DTH

D16DTI

Piston displacement [cm

3

]

1598

1598

Engine power [kW]

100

81

at rpm

3500-4000

3500

Torque [Nm]

320

300

at rpm

2000-2250

1750-2000

Fuel type

Diesel

Diesel

Octane rating RON

2)

recommended
possible
possible
Additional fuel type

2)

A country-specific label at the fuel filler flap can supersede the engine-specific requirement.

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Performance

Engine

D14NET

D14NEL

A18XER

Maximum speed [km/h]
Manual transmission

196/186

3)

185

180

Automatic transmission

191

180

3)

Vehicles with All-wheel drive system.

Engine

D16DTI

D16DTH

Maximum speed [km/h]
Manual transmission

178

190/187

3)

Automatic transmission

188

3)

Vehicles with All-wheel drive system.

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Technical data

Vehicle weight

Kerb weight, basic model without any optional equipment

Engine

Manual transmission

Automatic transmission

[kg]

D14NET

1394/1445

4)

1409

D14NEL

1394

A18XER

1380

1467

D16DTI

1474

D16DTH

1374/1529

4)

1487

4)

Vehicles with All-wheel drive system.

Optional equipment and accessories increase the kerb weight.
Loading information 3 74.

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Vehicle dimensions

Length [mm]

4275

Width without exterior mirrors [mm]

1781

Width with two exterior mirrors [mm]

2038

Height (without antenna) [mm]

1659/1746

5)

Length of load compartment floor [mm]

731

Length of load compartment with folded rear seats [mm]

1428

Load compartment width [mm]

914

Load compartment height [mm]

808

Wheelbase [mm]

2555

Turning circle diameter [m]

10.9/11.3 

5)

5)

Depending on wheel size and equipment.

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Technical data

Capacities

Engine oil

Engine

D14NET

D14NEL

A18XER

D16DTH,
D16DTI

including filter [l]

4.0

4.0

4.5

5.0

between MIN and MAX [l]

1.0

1.0

1.0

1.0

Fuel tank

Petrol, refilling quantity [l]

53

Diesel, refilling quantity [l]

52

AdBlue tank

AdBlue, refilling quantity [l]

9.8

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235

Tyre pressures

Comfort with up to 3 people

ECO with up to 3 people

With full load

Engine

Tyres

front

rear

front

rear

front

rear

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

[kPa/bar]

([psi])

D14NET,
D14NEL ,
A18XER

215/60 R17,

220/2.2 (32)

220/2.2 (32)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 300/3.0 (44)

215/55 R18
215/65 R16

200/2.0 (29)

200/2.0 (29)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 300/3.0 (44)

225/45 R19

240/2.4 (35)

240/2.4 (35)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 280/2.8 (41)

D16DTI,
D16DTH

215/60R17,

240/2.4 (35)

240/2.4 (35)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 300/3.0 (44)

215/55 R18
215/65 R16

220/2.2 (32)

220/2.2 (32)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 300/3.0 (44)

225/45 R19

240/2.4 (35)

240/2.4 (35)

270/2.7 (39)

280/2.8 (41)

270/2.7 (39) 280/2.8 (41)

All

Temporary spare

wheel
125/70 R16

420/4.2 (60)

420/4.2 (60)

420/4.2 (60) 420/4.2 (60)

For countries outside the European Union, the tyre pressure is independent of the tyre load.

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Customer information

Customer

information

Customer information ................ 236

Declaration of conformity ......... 236

REACH .................................... 240

Software acknowledgement .... 240

Registered trademarks ............ 241

Vehicle data recording and pri‐

vacy ........................................... 242

Event data recorders ............... 242

Radio Frequency Identification

(RFID) ..................................... 245

Customer information

Declaration of conformity

Transmission systems

This vehicle has systems that

transmit and / or receive radio waves

subject to Directive 2014/53/EU. The

manufacturers of the systems listed

below declare conformity with

Directive 2014/53/EU. The full text of

the EU declaration of conformity for

each system is available at the

following internet address:

www.opel.com/conformity.
Importer is

Opel / Vauxhall, Bahnhofsplatz,

65423 Ruesselsheim am Main,

Germany.

Immobiliser

Robert Bosch GmbH
Robert Bosch Platz 1, 70839

Gerlingen, Germany
Operation frequency: 125 kHz
Maximum output:

5.1 dBµA/m @ 10 m

Infotainment system R 4.0 / Navi 4.0

LG Electronics European Shared

Service Center B.V.
Krijgsman 1, 1186 DM Amstelveen,

The Netherlands
Operation

frequency (MHz)

Maximum output

(dBm)

2400.0 - 2483.5 4
2400.0 - 2483.5 13
5725.0 - 5850.0 13

Infotainment system R300 BT

Humax Automotive Co. Ltd.
2, Yeongmun-ro, Cheoin-gu, Yong-

in-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
Operation frequency:

2402 - 2480 MHz
Maximum output: 4 dBm

Infotainment system Navi 900

IntelliLink

Robert Bosch Car Multimedia GmbH
Robert-Bosch-Straße 200, 31139

Hildesheim, Germany
Delphi Deutschland GmbH

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237

Delphiplatz 1, 42367 Wuppertal,

Germany
Operation

frequency (MHz)

Maximum output

(mW)

2400 - 2480

10

2400 - 2480

20

Antenna module

Laird
Daimlerring 31, 31135 Hildesheim,

Germany
Operation frequency: N/A
Maximum output: N/A

OnStar module

LG Electronics European Shared

Service Center B.V.
Krijgsman 1, 1186 DM Amstelveen,

The Netherlands
Operation

frequency (MHz)

Maximum output

(dBm)

2402 - 2480

4

2412 - 2462

18

880 - 915

33

1710 - 1785

24

1850 - 1910

24

1920 - 1980

24

2500 - 2570

23

Electronic key receiver

Denso Coperation
Waldeckerstraße 11, 64546

Mörfelden-Walldorf, Germany
Operation frequency: 125 kHz
Maximum output: -0.14 dBm

Electronic key transmitter

Denso Coperation
1-1, Showa-cho, Kariya-shi, Aichi-

ken 448-8661, Japan
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz
Maximum output: -5.88 dBm

Radio remote control transmitter

Continental Automotive GmbH
Siemensstraße 12, 93055

Regensburg, Germany
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz

Maximum output: -5.7 dBm

Radio remote control transmitter

Robert Bosch GmbH
Robert Bosch Platz 1, 70839

Gerlingen, Germany
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz
Maximum output: -4 dbm

Radio remote control receiver

Robert Bosch GmbH
Robert Bosch Platz 1, 70839

Gerlingen, Germany
Operation frequency: N/A
Maximum output: N/A

Tyre pressure sensors

Schrader Electronics Ltd.
11 Technology Park, Belfast Road,

Antrim BT41 1QS, Northern Ireland,

United Kingdom
Operation frequency: 433.92 MHz
Maximum output: 10 mW

Parking heater remote control

receiver

Eberspächer Climate Control

Systemse GmbH & Co. KG

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Customer information

REACH

Registration, Evaluation,

Authorisation and Restriction of

Chemicals (REACH) is a European

Union regulation adopted to improve

the protection of human health and

the environment from the risks that

can be posed by chemicals. Visit

www.opel.com/reach for further

information and for access to the

Article 33 communication.

Software acknowledgement

Certain OnStar components include

libcurl and unzip software and other

third party software. Below are the

notices and licenses associated with

libcurl and unzip and for other third

party software please see http://

www.lg.com/global/support/

opensource/index.

libcurl

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Vehicle data recording

and privacy

Event data recorders

Electronic control units are installed in

your vehicle. Control units process

data which is received by vehicle

sensors, for example, or which they

generate themselves or exchange

amongst themselves. Some control

units are necessary for the safe

functioning of your vehicle, others

assist you while you drive (driver

assistance systems), while others

provide comfort or infotainment

functions.
The following contains general

information about data processing in

the vehicle. You will find additional

information as to which specific data

is uploaded, stored and passed on to

third parties and for what purpose in

your vehicle under the key word Data

Protection closely linked to the

references for the affected functional

characteristics in the relevant owner's

manual or in the general terms of

sale. These are also available online.

Operating data in the vehicle

Control units process data for

operation of the vehicle.
This data includes, e.g.:

● vehicle status information (e.g.

speed, movement delay, lateral

acceleration, wheel rotation rate,

"seat belts fastened" display)

● ambient conditions (e.g.

temperature, rain sensor,

distance sensor)

As a rule such data is transient, not

stored for longer than an operational

cycle, and only processed on board

the vehicle itself. Control units often

include data storage (including the

vehicle key). This is used to allow

information to be documented

temporarily or permanently on vehicle

condition, component stress,

maintenance requirements and

technical events and errors.

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Depending on technical equipment

level, the data stored is as follows:

● system component operating

states (e.g. fill level, tyre

pressure, battery status)

● faults and defects in important

system components (e.g. lights,

brakes)

● system reactions in special

driving situations (e.g. triggering

of an airbag, actuation of the

stability control systems)

● information on events damaging

the vehicle

● for electric vehicles the amount of

charge in the high-voltage

battery, estimated range

In special cases (e.g. if the vehicle

has detected a malfunction), it may be

necessary to save data that would

otherwise just be volatile.
When you use services (e.g. repairs,

maintenance), the operating data

saved can be read together with the

vehicle identification number and

used where necessary. Staff working

for the service network (e.g. garages,

manufacturers) or third parties (e.g.

breakdown services) can read the

data from the vehicle. The same

applies to warranty work and quality

assurance measures.
Data is generally read via the OBD

(On-Board Diagnostics) port

prescribed by law in the vehicle. The

operating data which is read out,

documents the technical condition of

the vehicle or individual components

and assists with fault diagnosis,

compliance with warranty obligations

and quality improvement. This data,

in particular information on

component stress, technical events,

operator errors and other faults, is

transmitted to the manufacturer

where appropriate, together with the

vehicle identification number. The

manufacturer is also subject to

product liability. The manufacturer

potentially also uses operating data

from vehicles for product recalls. This

data can also be used to check

customer warranty and guarantee

claims.
Fault memories in the vehicle can be

reset by a service company when

carrying out servicing or repairs or at

your request.

Comfort and infotainment

functions

Comfort settings and custom settings

can be stored in the vehicle and

changed or reset at any time.
Depending on the equipment level in

question, these include

● seat and steering wheel position

settings

● chassis and air conditioning

settings

● custom settings such as interior

lighting

You can input your own data in the

infotainment functions for your

vehicle as part of the selected

features.
Depending on the equipment level in

question, these include

● multimedia data such as music,

videos or photos for playback in

an integrated multimedia system

● address book data for use with an

integrated hands-free system or

an integrated navigation system

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Customer information

● input destinations
● data on the use of online services

This data for comfort and

infotainment functions can be stored

locally in the vehicle or be kept on a

device that you have connected to the

vehicle (e.g. a smartphone, USB stick

or MP3 player). Data that you have

input yourself can be deleted at any

time.
This data can only be transmitted out

of the vehicle at your request,

particularly when using online

services in accordance with the

settings selected by you.

Smartphone integration, e.g.

Android Auto or Apple CarPlay

If your vehicle is equipped

accordingly, you can connect your

smartphone or another mobile device

to the vehicle so that you can control

it via the controls integrated in the

vehicle. The smartphone image and

sound can be output via the

multimedia system in this case. At the

same time, specific information is

transmitted to your smartphone.

Depending on the type of integration,

this includes data such as position

data, day / night mode and other

general vehicle information. For more

information, please see the operating

instructions for the vehicle /

infotainment system.
Integration allows selected

smartphone apps to be used, such as

navigation or music playback. No

further integration is possible

between smartphone and vehicle, in

particular active access to vehicle

data. The nature of further data

processing is determined by the

provider of the app used. Whether

you can define settings, and if so

which ones, is dependent on the app

in question and your smartphone's

operating system.

Online services

If your vehicle has a radio network

connection, this allows data to be

exchanged between your vehicle and

other systems. The radio network

connection is made possible by

means of a transmitter device in your

vehicle or a mobile device provided

by you (e.g. a smartphone). Online

functions can be used via this radio

network connection. These include

online services and applications /

apps provided to you by the

manufacturer or other providers.

Proprietary services

In the case of the manufacturer's

online services, the relevant functions

are described by the manufacturer in

an appropriate location (e.g. Owner's

Manual, the manufacturer's website)

and the associated data protection

information is provided. Personal

data may be used to provide online

services. Data exchange for this

purpose takes place via a protected

connection, e.g. using the

manufacturer's IT systems provided

for the purpose. Collection,

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processing and use of personal data

for the purposes of preparation of

services take place solely on the

basis of legal permission, e.g. in the

case of a legally prescribed

emergency communication system or

a contractual agreement, or by virtue

of consent.
You can activate or deactivate the

services and functions (which are

subject to charges to some extent)

and, in some cases, the vehicle's

entire radio network connection. This

does not include statutory functions

and services such as an emergency

communication system.

Third party services

If you make use of online services

from other providers (third parties),

these services are subject to the

liability and data protection and usage

conditions of the provider in question.

The manufacturer frequently has no

influence over the content exchanged

in this regard.

Therefore, please note the nature,

scope and purpose of the collection

and use of personal data within the

scope of third party services provided

by the service provider in question.

Radio Frequency

Identification (RFID)

RFID technology is used in some

vehicles for functions such as tyre

pressure monitoring and immobiliser.

It is also used in connection with

conveniences such as radio remote

controls for door locking/unlocking

and starting. RFID technology in Opel

vehicles does not use or record

personal information or link with any

other Opel system containing

personal information.

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Index

A

Accessories and vehicle

modifications .......................... 180

Adaptive forward lighting ..... 96, 120

AdBlue.................................. 95144

Adjustable air vents ................... 131

Airbag and belt tensioners ........... 92

Airbag deactivation ................ 52, 93

Airbag label................................... 47

Airbag system .............................. 47

Air conditioning regular

operation ................................ 132

Air conditioning system .............. 128

Air intake .................................... 132

Air vents...................................... 131

All-wheel drive ........................... 150

Antilock brake system ................ 151

Antilock brake system (ABS) ....... 94

Anti-theft alarm system ................ 31

Anti-theft locking system .............. 31

Appearance care........................ 218

Automatic anti-dazzle .................. 35

Automatic light control ............... 117

Automatic locking ........................ 29

Automatic transmission ............. 146

Autostop..................................... 139

Auxiliary heater........................... 131

B

Battery discharge protection ...... 126

Battery voltage ........................... 105

Bicycle rack.................................. 61

BlueInjection............................... 144

Bonnet ....................................... 182

Brake and clutch fluid................. 222

Brake and clutch system ............. 93

Brake assist ............................... 152

Brake fluid .................................. 185

Brakes ............................... 151185

Breakdown.................................. 216

Bulb replacement ....................... 188

C

Capacities .................................. 234

Catalytic converter ..................... 143

Central locking system ................ 25

Centre console storage ............... 61

Changing tyre and wheel size ... 206

Charging system .......................... 93

Child locks ................................... 30

Child restraint installation

locations ................................... 56

Child restraints.............................. 53

Child restraint systems ................ 53

Climate control ............................. 16

Climate control systems............. 127

Clock............................................. 81

Code........................................... 104

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Control indicators.......................... 88

Control of the vehicle ................. 134

Controls........................................ 77

Convex shape .............................. 33

Coolant and antifreeze............... 222

Cruise control ...................... 96, 155

Cupholders .................................. 59

Curtain airbag system .................. 51

D

Danger, Warnings and Cautions ... 4

Daytime running lights ............... 120

Declaration of conformity............ 236

DEF............................................ 144

Delayed locking............................ 28

Descent control system ....... 94, 154

Diesel exhaust fluid.................... 144

Diesel fuel system bleeding ....... 187

Door open .................................... 97

Doors............................................ 30

Driver assistance systems.......... 155

Driver Information Centre............. 97

Driving characteristics and

towing tips .............................. 176

Driving hints................................ 134

E

Electric adjustment ...................... 33

Electrical system......................... 193

Electronic climate control system 129

Electronic driving programmes .. 148

Electronic key system................... 23

Electronic Stability Control.......... 153

Electronic Stability Control and

Traction Control system............ 94

Electronic Stability Control off....... 94

End-of-life vehicle recovery ....... 181

Engine compartment fuse box ... 194

Engine coolant ........................... 184

Engine coolant temperature

gauge ....................................... 87

Engine data ............................... 229

Engine exhaust .......................... 142

Engine identification................... 225

Engine oil ................... 183, 222226

Engine oil pressure ...................... 95

Entry lighting .............................. 125

ERA GLONASS.......................... 114

Event data recorders.................. 242

Exhaust filter............................... 142

Exit lighting ................................ 126

Exterior care .............................. 218

Exterior light ................................. 96

Exterior lighting .................... 13, 116

Exterior mirrors............................. 33

F

Fault ........................................... 148

First aid kit ................................... 73

Fixed air vents ........................... 132

Flex-Fix system............................ 61

Folding mirrors ............................. 33

Following distance indication...... 160

Forward collision alert................. 158

Front airbag system ..................... 50

Front fog lights ............. 96123190

Front seats.................................... 40

Front storage................................ 60

Fuel............................................. 169

Fuel for diesel engines .............. 171

Fuel for liquid gas operation....... 171

Fuel for petrol engines ............... 169

Fuel gauge ................................... 85

Fuel selector ................................ 86

Fuses ......................................... 193

G

Gauges......................................... 84

Gear shifting................................. 94

General information ................... 176

Glovebox ..................................... 59

Glove box lighting....................... 125

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Halogen headlights .................... 189

Hand brake................................. 151

Hazard warning flashers ............ 122

Headlight flash ........................... 118

Headlight range adjustment ...... 119

Headlights when driving abroad  119

Head restraint adjustment ............. 8

Head restraints ............................ 39

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