Opel Meriva Trying To Be More Appealing With New Edition

Opel was faced with a challenge. This challenge was how to make the Meriva more appealing to younger drivers. The answer: the new Design Edition. The Meriva Design Edition aims to inject some excitement into its image by coming in five exterior colors, such as Casablanca White, Magma Red, Technical Grey, Star Silver and Henna. In addition, the DE has some adaptive headlights, tinted rear windows, a glossy black roof and 18-inch alloy wheels.

Although the styling changes were a success of sorts in Opel's eyes, the automaker also beefed up the standard equipment on the DE by including A/C, cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and a storage system. The Meriva Design Edition will go on sale shortly with an MSPR of €19,570 ($28,570).

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