Opel Zafira Tourer Now Offered With IntelliLink Infotainment System1
General Motors’ Germany-based subsidiary, Opel, has announced that it will now offer the IntelliLink infotainment system in the updated Zafira Tourer MPV. Two versions of the IntelliLink system will be on offer: Radio CD 600 IntelliLink and Navi 950 Europe IntelliLink. Both contain various high-tech infotainment features and integrate seamlessly with smartphones.
The entry-level IntelliLink system, Radio CD 600, features a CD drive, AM/FM radio, AUX/USB capability, steering wheel controls for media and smartphone functions, as well as Bluetooth handsfree phone connectivity with audio streaming. The Navi 950 system integrates all those functions but adds navigation capabilities, with maps for all of Europe, as well as Russia and Turkey.
Zafira Tourer buyers who value having a wide range of radio programs and premium sound quality can upgrade the IntelliLink system with Digital Audio Broadcast, or DAB (similar to HD Radio). The option allows users to listen to a wider range of radio stations with increased signal reliability and sound quality.
A Zafira Tourer equipped with the new 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and base IntelliLink Radio CD 600 system is now available for€29,655 euros ($41,297 USD) in Germany.
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Lost in translation: The thing in the middle console is what is called a manual shift lever. In a mini van. A loaded one.
Cost saving measure? Nope, the customer demands it. They still know how to drive over there in Europe.
Show up with the burliest V8 and they will still question your manhood if you let a slushbox do the shifting.
If the left pedal is missing, it had better have a prancing horse on the hood.