Peugeot Citroen South Africa (PCSA) has announced it is the official dealer of Opel Motors in South Africa as from January 1, 2021.
“Of course, we are excited to distribute Opel cars. The brand has a large number of local followers, and the future product lineup is very exciting. 4 products or updates are planned this year.” said Leslie Ramsoomar, general manager of Peugeot Citroen South Africa.
Wholly-owned subsidiary of Stellattis, PCSA distributes Peugeot and Citroen cars since October 2019.
Ramsoomar said that Opel has become the third Stellatis brand distributed by PCSA.
“This is a natural progression because the three brands complement each other and attracts a specific customer base. In addition, it allows our multi-brand distributors to have a single point of contact with original equipment manufacturers,” Ramsoomar said.
He said PCSA’s attitude towards the Opel brand is very clear and can ensure that dealers and customers.
PCSA is very clear in its treatment of the Opel brand, assuring dealers and customers that the impact on them should be minimal, and it will not make any planned immediate changes to the existing dealer network.
The car manufacturer is ensuring that customers can still use the same service points as before.
“One of our focus areas this year is training, with a focus on quality and customer service,” said Ramsoomar.
He said that the announcement of distribution rights is good news, and added that the highly anticipated, award-winning sixth-generation Opel Corsa will be launched at Opel dealers in South Africa in mid-January this year.
Corsa Edition is about to hit South Africa roads
This fascinating new 3-cylinder 1.2-litre petrol engine, which can generate 55kW, is a testament to Opel’s new bold and pure exterior design.
It emphasizes the accuracy of German engineering and combines bold sculptural artistry.
The cockpit is designed with a dashboard facing the driver, which is obviously sporty, but it also shows a warm and hospitable personality with German precision.
Compared with the upcoming model, the new Corsa has reduced the weight by 10%, which is the lightest five-door model with a curb weight of 980 kg.
Even though they are roughly the same size, they are 108 kg less than the replacement car.
The new Corsa is 4.06 meters long and has a boot capacity of 309 liters, a 10% increase over the upcoming model.
It is still a compact car for driving in urban or suburban streets. Active young people interested in the latest technology and social life will fully enjoy it.
These people are mainly those who don’t mind being seen, and therefore prefer to design cars that stand out like the new Corsa Edition.
This version is more direct, dynamic and more fun.
This small car uses large car technology to provide excellent connectivity.
This small car uses large car technology to provide excellent connectivity. The new version of Corsa is priced at R289,900.
It is only the first derivative product launched this year. More versions are planned to be launched in the first quarter of this year. Therefore, the new version of Corsa will attract a wide audience. Further details will be revealed in due course.
The brand-new Corsa makes use of various first-class technical functions and various driver assistance safety systems to make every driver connected, safe and comfortable.