The new generation Opel Combo has been unveiled today by the German automaker who says the car will be available in two body styles, with two wheelbases and roof heights and six efficient engines to choose from.
The new Opel Combo measures 4.39 or 4.75 meters in length, is 1.85 m or 2.10 m tall and has a wheelbase of 2,755 mm or 3,105 mm. The car is available as a cargo van or with five or seven seat configurations, with one or two optional sliding doors for the van variants and sliding doors and a top hinged tailgate for the passenger versions.  
The shorter wheelbase model offers 3,800 liters worth of cargo space while the longer wheelbase model is even more generous offering 4,600 litres.
The six engines we mentioned above include four diesels, one gasoline and one Compressed Natural Gas unit (CNG), and starting with the diesel range, it comprises of 1.3-litre CDTI and 1.6-litre CDTI plants developing either 90 HP (66 kW) or 105 HP (77 kW) plus a 2.0 CDTI unit providing 135 HP (99 kW).
The gasoline engine is a 1.4-litre producing 95 HP (70 kW) while the CNG version outputs 120 HP (88 kW).
The The gasoline and 1.3 CDTI engines are mated with 5-speed manual transmissions, while the CNG plant and the 135 HP CDTI are linked to 6-speed manuals. the 90 HP 1.6-litre CDTI is also available with a Easytronic automated 5-speed manual.
All powertrains are available with optional Start Stop technology while some of the standard features include central locking, power steering, a height and reach adjustable steering
column, electric windows, and a four-way adjustable driver’s seat. The automaker also offers a driver’s airbag, ABS brakes and a tire repair kit. 

Source: Opel