Opel’s Vauxhall arm released a new set of photos along with details regarding equipment, optional features and pricing for the 2011 Antara SUV.
The 2011 Vauxhall Opel Antara is available with three powertrain options : two based on a 2.2-litre CDTi producing either 163 HP or 184 HP and a 2.4-litre ECOTEC plant delivering 167 HP.
The range opener is the 163 HP version which sends power to all four wheels via a manual transmission (automatic also available). Consumption figures on the manual version 2011 Vauxhall Opel Antara are 6.3-litre per 100 Km (combined cycle) / 44.8 mpg (UK rating) while CO2 levels are 167 grams per Km.
As for the gasoline version 2011 Vauxhall Opel Antara, the 167 HP get translated into 10.5 seconds when accelerating from 0 to 100 Km/h (0 to 62 mph) while the maximum speed that can be reached is 190 Km/h. In this case consumption figures are 8.8-litres per 100 Km (32.1 mpg/UK rating).  
The 2011 Vauxhall Opel Antara price starts at 19,995 GBP for the 2.2 CDTi version.
For complete details follow the jump for the automakers huge press release.
Opel press release :

  • Fresh exterior look
  • New powertrain line-up with high efficiency engines
  • Enhanced chassis
  • Upgraded interior
  • Electronically controlled all-wheel drive with variable power distribution
  • Increased importance of SUV/Crossover segment in Vauxhall product range

With a refreshed exterior design, new engines, revised chassis
settings and an upgraded interior, the Vauxhall Antara combines off-road
flair with practicality for the 2011 model year.
The all-new engine line-up comprising two diesel units (both meeting
Euro 5 emissions standards) guarantees improved driving performance with
significantly reduced consumption and emissions. Both the six-speed
transmissions available – an auto and manual – are also newly developed
for the Antara.
The 2.2 CDTI diesel engine comes in two output levels. The 163PS
entry level unit develops maximum torque of 350 Nm at 2000rpm and is
available with front or all-wheel drive and manual or automatic
transmission. With fuel consumption of 44.8mpg, CO2 emissions
of 167g/km combined with a 9.9-second 0-60mph time and top speed of
117mph, the powertrain offers an excellent blend of performance and
The 184PS top-of-the-line diesel, producing maximum torque of 400Nm
at just 2000rpm, comes standard with all-wheel drive and is available
with both transmissions. Performance is enhanced further, with a 0-60mph
time of 9.6 seconds and a top speed of 124mph, yet economy is still
impressive, with a combined 42.8mpg and CO2 emissions of 175 g/km.
Intelligent all-wheel drive system with variable power distribution
The Antara’s electronically controlled all-wheel drive system
combines the advantages of front-wheel drive – such as low fuel
consumption – with the traction benefits of an all-wheel drive system.
While the engine normally powers the front wheels, prevailing driving
conditions are continuously monitored by the control electronics. If
poor traction causes front-axle slippage, the system seamlessly
redistributes power. Depending on the driving situation and outside
conditions, the power distribution range spans from 100 percent
front-wheel drive to 50 percent on both front and rear axles, and all
variations in between.
New chassis set up
To match its lively engines, the updated Antara now features a
newly-tuned chassis that combines driving involvement and agility with a
comfortable, supple ride. The speed-sensitive power steering has also
been enhanced to offer more accuracy and feel.
Refinements to the chassis and active safety include improvements to
the ABS system and the standard fitting of Hill Start Assist (HSA) which
prevents roll-back when driving away on gradients. Depending on model
variant and equipment, distinctive 17-, 18- or 19- inch alloy wheels
complement the new Antara’s bold looks.
Refreshed design with clear brand identity
The new Antara’s exterior sports an updated front grille with chrome
bezel, with the Griffin logo positioned on the chrome cross-bar.
Re-designed fog lights, rear lights with new graphics and a distinctive
protection panel at the front and rear of the car complete the exterior
The refreshed interior offers new, upscale trim and upholstery,
instruments with new graphics, a re-designed centre console with extra
storage solutions, along with an elegant leather trim option called
Light Titanium. Improved safety and comfort features include: an
electric parking brake; a gear display for manual operation in the
automatic variants;deactivation of front and side airbags on the front
passenger side to enable mounting of a child safety seat; seat-belt
pre-tensioners and belt force limiters for front passengers.
Compelling alternative in European mid-size SUV segment
With its attractive looks, state-of-the-art powertrain line-up,
active chassis tuning and upscale interior, the Vauxhall Antara is a
strong contender in its segment. The new crossover also offers excellent
value for money: the 163PS Exclusiv with front-wheel drive is just
£19,995 OTR.
The SUV and crossover segment will play a more important role in
Vauxhall’s product portfolio, strengthening the company’s position in
the European automotive market. The next step will be an all-new compact
SUV planned for 2013. Vauxhall anticipates Antara sales of 15,000 units
during 2011, rising to 20,000 thereafter. Around 80 per cent of these
sales will be spread across key markets in the UK, Germany, Italy and
Russia. The 163PS diesel variant is expected to be the biggest seller,
accounting for around 75 per cent of sales.
New 2.2 CDTi diesel

  • Performance: Improved performance, lower consumption, fewer emissions
  • Two power outputs: 163 & 184PS
  • New six-speed transmission: one manual and one auto version
  • Drivetrain: front-wheel or variable all-wheel drive

The updated engine line-up for the refreshed Vauxhall Antara combines
strong performance with low fuel consumption and emissions. Both
powertrain variants of the Antara meet Euro 5 emissions standards. Two
newly-developed six-speed transmissions – one manual and one automatic –
further improve the Antara’s efficiency.
2.2 CDTI diesel engine: one of the most efficient in its class
The 2.2 CDTi engine is available with a choice of power outputs: a
163PS version, which can be combined with front or all-wheel drive as
well as with manual or automatic transmission, and a 184PS unit, also
available with both transmission types, as well as standard all-wheel
With maximum torque of 350Nm from 2000rpm and combined fuel consumption/emissions of 44.8mpg/167g CO2,
the 163PS unit is an attractive entry-level engine for the Antara
range. Zero to 60mph acceleration of 9.9 seconds and a top speed of
117mph ensure that drivers aren’t short-changed on the performance
front, either.
The 184PS top-of-the-line diesel combined with all-wheel drive
produces maximum torque of 400Nm at just 2000rpm. In this form, the
Antara achieves a 0-60mph time of 9.6 seconds and top speed of 124mph,
combined with fuel consumption of 42.8mpg and emissions of 175g/km.
This new diesel unit is among the most efficient engines in its
capacity class. Its high specific power output, low emissions and
reduced NVH are achieved by use of:

  • Engine block with high structural rigidity (reduced noise and vibration)
  • Engine block cooling jacket with horizontal cooling-fin design (optimised cooling)
  • Dual-mass flywheel (reduced drivetrain vibration)
  • Oil-pump integrated balance shaft module (compactness, reduced engine vibration)
  • New DOHC aluminium cylinder head with variable swirl control (flow and swirl properties)
  • Watercooled turbocharger with charge air cooling and variable turbine geometry (cylinder charging and driveability)
  • Maintenance-free camshaft chain drive with automatic chain tensioner
  • Fuel injection pressure up to 1,800 bar (mixture preparation)
  • Compression ratio reduced to 16.3:1 (increased power, reduced emissions and combustion noise)
  • Optimised pre-heating system (improved cold-weather starting)
  • Exhaust gas recirculation with highly efficient cooling system (emissions reduction)
  • Maintenance-free close-coupled diesel particulate filter (DPF)
  • Pistons with oil-spray cooling

Optional manual or automatic transmission
Two new six-speed transmission systems, one manually-operated and one
automatic, combine efficiency with ease of operation. High-tech details
like precision-designed "Monoblock" gear wheels and upgraded bearing
elements in the manual gearbox ensure fluent gear changes and minimise
friction and vibration.
A widely-spaced final drive ratio allows excellent response in first
gear combined with a relaxed cruising gait in top gear. In addition,
drivers have two programs available at the push of a button, depending
on whether they want to "cruise" or drive more enthusiastically. The
transmission also includes an automatic stage-by-stage braking system,
which prevents unwanted up-shifts while the vehicle is coasting
Optional front-wheel or all-wheel drive
Depending on their needs, Antara buyers can specify their Antara with
either front- or variable all-wheel drive. The latter combines the
advantages of front-wheel drive – such as low fuel consumption – with
additional power, grip and safety.
The all-wheel drive Antara uses a system called ITCC (Intelligent
Torque Controlled Coupling) which uses an electromagnetic pilot coupling
and hydraulic multi-plate wet clutch housed in a single rear axle
module unit. This combination ensures an ultra-quick response to
changing road conditions, while also making the unit compact,
lightweight and maintenance-free.
Working together, the ITCC and electronic stability control (ESC)
continually compare wheel-speed, steering angles and accelerator
position, and if traction is poor across the front axle, the system
reacts within 0.1 seconds to seamlessly re-distribute power as required.
Depending on driving conditions, the torque distribution range spans
from 100 per cent front-wheel drive to 50 per cent across each axle, and
all variations in between.
Enhanced agility and more ride comfort

  • Completely re-tuned chassis
  • Advanced assist systems for high active safety

A wide range of modifications and fine-tuning has improved every
element of the new Antara’s dynamics, compared with the outgoing car.
Changes to the front axle include revised McPherson strut settings
with increased spring rates, as well as a new upper strut mount, which
is softer in the horizontal and vertical plane, but stiffer diagonally.
Allied to a modified shock absorber layout and reinforced anti-roll bar
with enlarged bearings and softer guide sleeves, the Antara has a higher
roll resistance, more direct steering feel and improved ride comfort. 
The multi-link rear suspension, with three transverse and one
trailing link per side, has also been re-designed and fine-tuned. The
trailing arms are now hydraulically damped for better structural
isolation. Revised strut mounts and coil springs with increased rates
also minimise the impact of road shocks. In combination with a
reinforced anti-roll bar, a wide track (1,562mm front, 1,572mm rear) and
a wheelbase which is long for this class of vehicle (2,707mm), these
measures guarantee improved road contact, increased stability and better
balanced ride comfort.
The new Antara’s speed-related rack and pinion power steering system
features a modified steering gear link and a reinforced intermediate
shaft with a ball guide. As a result, the system has increased rigidity,
better feedback to the driver and minimal effort during manoeuvering.
Large, ventilated disc brakes front and rear are allied to a
four-channel ABS system and brake assist function to ensure
confidence-inspiring deceleration at all times and in all road
A wide range of leading-edge assist systems further enhance active safety. They include:

  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC) including ARP (Active Rollover Protection) and CBC (Cornering Brake Control)
  • HSA (Hill Start Assist) to eliminate roll-back on gradients
  • DCS (Descent Control System), which keeps the car at a maximum crawl
    speed of 10 km/h by braking the front wheels without any intervention
    by the driver when driving down steep slopes
  • Electronic yaw control AOD (Active on Demand), which helps to
    minimise understeer or oversteer by modulating drive torque between the
    front and rear axles
  • TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System) monitors pressure with the
    aid of sensors integrated in the wheels and activates an individual
    wheel warning in the driver display if pressure losses exceed 0.3 bar
  • EDC (Engine Drag Control) increases engine torque if there is any
    danger of the wheels locking (triggered by high engine-speed leaps when
    downshifting or quickly releasing the clutch during low traction)

Standard equipment on all-wheel drive variants includes automatic
vehicle-level control, which maintains a constant ground clearance when
loaded or pulling a trailer.
And the Antara has a lot more to offer in terms of utility. All-wheel
drive variants can tow loads of up to 2,000 kilograms (front-wheel
drive: 1,500kgs) and the trailer stability program (TSP) also ensures
any swaying tendencies of the car-trailer combination are recognised by a
yaw sensor and effectively prevented by a reduction of engine power and
controlled braking.  
In addition to enhanced handling characteristics on the road,
all-wheel drive Antaras also offer impressive off-road capability, aided
by: electronically controlled variable front/rear power distribution, a
176 mm ground clearance, a 450 mm wading depth, an overhang angle of 20
and 24 degrees front and rear, as well as a ramp angle of 18 degrees.
Depending on specification, the Antara is fitted as standard with 17-
or 18-inch alloy wheels (tyre size: 235/65 R 17 and 235/55 R 18). A
new, eye-catching 8 x 19-inch wheel is available as an option with
235/50 R 19 tyres.
Excellent comfort and exceptional functionality

  • Versatile interior with innovative features
  • First-class acoustic comfort / exceptional passenger safety levels

Taking up no more space than a normal mid-size car, the new Antara
measures just 4,596mm x 1,850mm, making it an ideal vehicle for either
urban or off-road driving. The elevated seating position (vehicle
height: 1,717 mm) offer an unrestricted all-round view of the road,
while the excellent powertrain characteristics and precise handling
ensure agility, lively performance and trouble-free manoeuvering.
The interior features ample room for occupants front and rear, while
the rear passenger compartment features tiltable backrests and legroom
of 946mm, which is among the most generous in the segment.
The Antara’s luggage compartment holds up to 402 litres of cargo with
its rear seats up; this grows to 795 litres when the back seat is
folded down and up to 1,391 litres when loaded to the roof. The rear
backrest (split 60:40) and the front passenger backrest can be folded
down to accommodate objects up to 2.63 metres in length.  
Redesigned interior with high-quality ambience
The upgraded Antara’s interior features a standard electric parking
brake operated by the push of a button. As well as making the car easier
to use, especially during town driving, it also liberates more space,
which has allowed designers to integrate a larger stowage area for
everyday items. The well thought-out storage system is rounded off by a
pull-out compartment under the front passenger seat, a holder for
sunglasses in the roof lining, nets on the front seat backs and a
parking ticket holder in the dashboard. The rear passenger cabin also
offers practical storage spaces which can be expanded with a
multifunctional centre armrest (optional).
An under-floor compartment beneath the cargo area helps keep things
tidy, while the optional FlexOrganiser system includes two standard
rails on both of the rear side walls into which various (optional)
elements such as nets, partitions, rods or hooks can be clipped. This
means that the luggage compartment can be divided into sections that
secure the load and keep it from shifting.
Acoustic comfort improved
Vauxhall’s engineers have paid special attention to the new Antara’s
NVH (Noise, Vibration, Harshness) qualities, and have devised a raft of
measures to improve cabin refinement, such as:

  • Hydraulic engine bearings (engine movement, idling vibrations)
  • Linkage of all-wheel drive components (noise transmission)
  • Electronic all-wheel drive control (transmission noise)
  • Chassis (road noise transmission)
  • Front frame structure (modified anchor points)
  • Front splash wall (insulation from engine noise)
  • Air intake and exhaust systems (flow noise)
  • Upper body structure (low-frequency rumbling noise)
  • Windscreen with additional lamination (engine and wind noise)
  • Rubber door seals (engine and wind noise)
  • Body seals (wind noise)
  • Body water repellent (wind noise)
  • Rear body area (noise insulation from cargo area)

Other areas benefiting from NVH improvements are on the front
console, the C and D pillars, the wheelarch liners, steering column,
gearshift and door trim. The efforts made by the acoustic specialists
lead to a convincing result: the perceptible noise level in the Antara’s
cabin was reduced by over 3dB (A) and thus more than halved. 
The performance features of the on-board electronics were also
enhanced. They now include systems for efficient control of the
electrical on-board system and battery charge status (“RVC”, Regulated
Voltage Control) as well as for optimisation of noise insulation and
energy efficiency of the engine fan in the diesel versions.
High levels of passive safety
Complementing the chassis and assist systems’ active safety gains,
the Antara also offers extensive passive safety features. They are based
on a rigid bodyshell structure made up of 37 percent high-strength
The side beam, cross bar and front axle distribute energy from a
frontal collision along optimised load paths, thus helping to prevent
deformation of the passenger compartment. B-pillars constructed of
tailored blank metal sheets with varying thickness ensure safety in the
event of a side-impact collision. A reinforced rear structure with large
longitudinal beams and a fuel tank positioned in front of the rear axle
round off the body safety measures. 
In the event of minor accidents at low speed, special crash boxes at
the front and rear absorb the collision energy and thus limit potential
repair costs. Vauxhall has also taken precautions in terms of long-term
quality: all of the corrosion-prone areas of the body are galvanized on
both sides. 
The Vauxhall Antara’s passive safety is further enhanced by extensive restraint and add-on systems including:

  • Front airbags
  • Side airbags for driver and front passenger
  • Head curtain airbags in front and rear/outer seats
  • Three-point safety belts on all five seats
  • Seat belt pre-tensioners and belt force limiters in front
  • Height-adjustable headrests on all five seats
  • Belt warning for driver and front passenger seat
  • ISOFIX mountings on outer rear seats to secure child safety seats
  • Seat occupation recognition with front passenger-side deactivation of front and side airbag to mount a child seat

Elegant crossover with clear brand connection

  • Exterior: Fresh and modern design enhancements for 2011
  • Interior: Upscale ambience and additional functionality

More than ever before, the new Vauxhall Ampera combines the rugged looks of an off-roader with a hint of urban chic.
Exterior changes to the 2011 model include a newly designed front
grille whose dynamic V form continues in the crease on the hood up to
the A-pillars. The front grille’s chrome bezel with its trademark chrome
bar, carry the bold Griffin logo and new fog lamps, accentuating
Vauxhall’s sculptural design language and the crossover’s upscale look.
Dark toned cladding around the doorsill and floor areas as well as
distinctive underside protection are a clear sign of the Vauxhall
Antara’s offroad intent. The rear features balanced proportions and a
symmetry that sets it apart from the competition.
Clear contours reflect robustness and quality, while curves in the
right places of the underbody, waistline and the roof form a harmonious
unit. The Antara’s eye-catching looks are rounded off by large rear
wrap-around lights with newly designed surface graphics and elegant
alloy wheels in a choice of 17-, 18- or 19-inch diameter sizes.
Interior with new instruments, new materials and additional storage space
The Antara’s updated interior offers improved comfort and quality.
New levels of standard equipment include an electric parking brake and
seats offering either manual six-stage or optional power eight-stage
The refreshed interior also includes instruments with new bezels and
distinctive, easy-to-read cluster graphics. New panelling and upholstery
materials, the new (optional) leather trim and elegant interior
lighting create a high-quality look and feel.
Comfort, functionality and individuality

  • Electric parking brake and Hill Start Assist standard
  • Three equipment variants and upscale options available

The 2011 Antara model comes as standard with an electric parking
brake that ensures easy drive away on gradients, particularly in
combination with Hill Start Assist (HSA) which is also standard. New
safety features include deactivation of front and side airbags on the
front passenger side when a child safety seat is mounted, optimised
seat-belt pretensioners on the front seats and a tyre repair kit. 
Customers have a choice of three equipment versions: Antara Exclusiv FWD, Exclusiv AWD or SE AWD. Standard features include:
Antara Exclusiv FWD

  • Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
  • Anti-lock Brake System (ABS)
  • Traction Control (TC)
  • Hill Descent Control System (DCS)
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Fog lamps
  • Roof rails
  • Front and side airbags in front
  • Head curtain airbags in front and outer rear
  • Airbag deactivation passenger side
  • Seat-belt pre-tensioner
  • Seat-belt warning buzzer
  • ISOFIX child seat mountings outer rear
  • Tyre repair kit
  • Electric parking brake
  • Power windows front and rear
  • Heated power side-view mirrors
  • Leather steering wheel
  • Air conditioning
  • Radio CD 30 MP3 with AUX-in and steering wheel controls
  • 12-volt sockets in front, rear and cargo area
  • Centre armrest in front
  • Pull-out storage compartment under passenger seat
  • Storage pockets on front seat backs
  • Cargo space cover
  • Rear seat backs fold down in 60:40 split
  • 17-inch alloy wheels with 235/65 R 17 tyres

Exclusiv AWD
In addition to the standard equipment in the Exclusiv FWD, the Exclusiv AWD variant offers:

  • Electronically controlled all-wheel drive
  • Automatic Lighting Control (ALC)
  • Trailer Stability Program (TSP)
  • Dark tinted glazing in rear
  • Electronic climate control
  • Leather gearshift knob
  • Graphic info display (GID)
  • Parking assist front/rear
  • On-board computer
  • Cruise control
  • Heated Front Seats
  • 18-inch alloy wheels with 235/55 R18 tyres

Beyond the equipment in the Exclusiv AWD, the SE offers:

  • Chrome exterior door handles
  • Chrome exhaust
  • Heat-absorbing windshield
  • Rain sensor windscreen wipers
  • Illuminated make-up mirror on both visors
  • Centre armrest in rear with storage compartment
  • Leather seat facings
  • Alloy wheels 19 inch / tyre size: 235/50R19
  • Xenon headlamps
  • Headlamp cleaning system
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Heated, power adjustable and folding side-view mirrors
  • Interior and exterior (driver side) automatic dipping mirrors

SE Nav

  • 184PS engine
  • Mobile Phone System with Bluetooth
  • DVD100 Navigation System

Numerous choices for individualisation
The possibilities for personalising the new Antara begin with a
choice of six exterior colours: Olympic White, Sovereign Silver, Placid
Grey, Thunder Grey, Carbon Black and Cream White. Depending on equipment
variant, the interior trimsavailable are: Jet Black cloth/Morrocana
with Exclusiv models, or Saddle Brown for the top-of-the-line SE
High quality accessories
The Vauxhall Antara can be equipped with an extensive range of
accessories, ranging from roof boxes, roof-rack systems and a trailer
hitch to exclusive alloy wheels, child seats and trays and floor mats
for the cargo area. Bluetooth-compatible audio systems with steering
wheel controls and a USB interface in the front console to connect
external media players and Apple iPhones are also available.

Engines   2.2 CDTI
(163 PS)
2.2 CDTI
(184 PS)
Emissions standard compliance   Euro 5 Euro 5
Number of cylinders / valves per cylinder   4/4 4/4
Displacement cm³ 2231 2231
Bore x stroke mm 86 x 96 86 x 96
Max. output kW / hp 120 / 163 135 / 184
  at rpm 3800 3800
Max. torque Nm 350 400
  at rpm 2000 2000
Compression ratio   16.3 : 1 16.3 : 1
6-speed manual with FWD/AWD   •/• -/•
6-speed automatic with FWD/AWD   •/• -/•
Trailer load in kg      
Unbraked at 12% gradient   750 750
Braked at 10% gradient (M6/AT6)   2000 / 1700 2000 / 1700
Braked at 12% gradient (M6/AT6)   2000 / 1700 2000 / 1700


Driving performance, fuel consumption and emissions
  Performance Fuel Consumption (mpg) CO2
  Maximum speed (mph) 0 – 62
mph (seconds)
Urban Extra-
Combined Emissions
in g/km
2.2 CDTI (163 hp) – M6 117 9.9 34.4 54.3 44.8 167
2.2 CDTI (163 hp) – M6 117 9.9 32.8 50.4 42.8 175
2.2 CDTI (163 hp) – A6 113 12.0 27.4 44.1 36.2 205
2.2 CDTI (184 hp) – M6 124 9.6 32.8 50.4 42.8 175
2.2 CDTI (184 hp) – A6 119 10.1 27.4 44.1 42.8 205

* Data according to 1999 / 100 / EC

Vehicle dimensions in mm  
Length 4596
Width 1850
Height (at kerb weight) – with/without roof rack 1761/1717
Wheelbase 2707
Track, front 1569
Track, rear 1576
Turning clearance in m  
Wall-to-wall 12.25
Kerb-to-kerb 11.87
Luggage compartment dimensions in mm  
Floor length to rear seat backs 928
Floor length with rear seat backs folded down 1740
Floor length with rear seat back and front passenger seat back folded down 2635
Width at wheel arches 968
Maximum width 1320
Height of sill 796
Height boot-lid opening 1855
Width at beltline 1111
Luggage compartment capacity (l) according to ISO 3832  
Luggage compartment to top of rear seat backs 420
With rear seat backs folded forward, up to top of front seat backs 865
With rear seat backs folded forward, up to ceiling 1420
Weight and axle load in kg  
Kerb weight incl. driver (according to 70/156/EC) 1885-1996
Permissible gross vehicle weight 2258-2370
Payload 373/374
Maximum axle load, front / rear 1250 – 1350
Maximum roof load 100
Fuel tank capacity (in litres) 65
All road capabilities (at kerb weight)  
Fording depth up to 450 mm
Approach angle 20°
Departure angle 24°
Ramp angle 18°
Ground clearance 176 mm


ANTARA prices          
  Price (£) VAT (£) Total (£) On-the-road
RRP (£)
2.2CDTi 16v (163PS) 15825.00 3165.00 18990.00 19995.00 167
2.2CDTi 16v (163PS) 4X4 17783.33 3556.67 21340.00 22345.00 175
2.2CDTi 16v (163PS) 4X4 auto 18741.67 3748.33 22490.00 23795.00 205
2.2CDTi 16v (163PS) 4X4 19491.67 3898.33 23390.00 24395.00 175
2.2CDTi 16v (163PS) 4X4 auto 20458.33 4091.67 24550.00 25855.00 205
2.2CDTi 16v (184PS) 4X4 20375.00 4075.00 24450.00 25455.00 175
2.2CDTi 16v (184PS) 4X4 auto 21333.33 4266.67 25600.00 26905.00 205


ANTARA options        
  Exclusiv SE Price (£) exc.
Total £ inc.
Two-coat metallic or pearlescent paint á´‘ á´‘ 391.67 470.00
Navigation NX501E á´‘ á´‘ 916.67 1100.00
• 3D navigation system with 6-inch colour touch screen
• 44 country European mapping
• USB iPod connection in glovebox
• Mobile phone system with Bluetooth
• DVD/DivX playback
Rubber-backed velour carpet mats á´‘ á´‘ 80.00 96.00
Tow bar with 7-pin electrics1 á´‘ á´‘ 495.83 595.00
Tow bar with 13-pin electrics1 á´‘ á´‘ 537.50 645.00
á´‘ = Optional at extra cost        
1 = Please note: All New Antara
models feature tow bar provision with Trailer Stability Programme and
Electronic Stability Programme as standar
Source: Opel