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Opel Astra 2.0 CDTI Ecotec specs

Car type Compact
Curb weight 1515 kg (3340 lbs)
Power / weight 106 ps (104 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 231 Nm (170 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2009
Origin country Germany
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Performance

Top speed 209 kph (130 mph)
0 - 100 kph 9.0 s
0 - 200 kph 45.2 s
0 - 100 mph 23.4 s
Est. 1/8 mile 11.9 s @ 74.6 mph
1/4 mile 16.7 s
Est. 1/2 mile 27.1 s @ 105.6 mph
Est. 1 mile 43.0 s @ 121.8 mph
Est. 1000 m 31.3 s @ 178.0 kph
Est. 100 - 200 kph 36.2 s
Est. max acceleration 0.38 g (4 m/s²)

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Opel Astra 2.0 CDTI Ecotec acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type inline4 16V DOHC turbo diesel
Displacement 2.0 l (122 ci)
Power 160 ps (158 bhp / 118 kw)
Torque 350 Nm (258 lb-ft)
Power / liter 80 ps (79 hp)
Transmission 6 speed automatic
Layout front engine, front wheel drive

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Anonymous  11y ago

Yeaaahh, a car that parks itself is dope as shit lol just imagine soon a car will be able to pick up your crecerys, pick your kids up from school, maybe be able to talk and have a conversation with you, sprout hands and give you a message lol


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Anonymous  11y ago

I agree that some features are nice to have in any car but does anyone really need a car that parallel parks itself? (Lexus LS460)


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BumRush  11y ago

Hey now dont be dissin the Messaging seats and Mini Fridge XD


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Anonymous  11y ago

I don't understand why isn't any more of the racing safety solutions applied to road-going vehicles.

Why you ask? simple, Not every car is designed for racing.


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LJUTICA  11y ago

True , cars today are so full of unnecessary features , I'd take an AC since I live in a hot climate , excellent HiFi , el.windows and mirrors and that's it...
As far as I'm concerned , I don't need an iPod dock , massage seats or even mini-fridge.
Other thing concerning safety is that I don't understand why isn't any more of the racing safety solutions applied to road-going vehicles.
Wouldn't it be nice to have an integrated , hidden,and lightweight roll-bar , it would be awesome , keeping the car rigid while driving and in crash,while not disturbing weight and gravity center.
Some would find the imprisoning but imagine wide used 4(5)-point seat belts , simplified for road use - easy to (un)buckle . There would be no "submerging" which is the main factor why cars nowadays as safe as they are , cannot fully prevent leg and thigh injuries.
There is probably (I hope so) good reason why these two still aren't used,but they've got great potential I believe...


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FastestLaps  11y ago

It all adds weight but since 95% of drivers don't care what their car weighs, the manufacturers will continue to add more stuff if they think it will sell cars.

This extra mass must be accelerated over and over whenever the car pulls from red lights or while overtaking, etc. and that adds fuel consumption. If only there were affordable electric cars out there that would slowly take over the car market like diesel cars did in Europe.

Nissan showcased their Leaf electric car in Tokyo auto show ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f48x9baSuF0 ) and it seems very promising. If I remember correctly these cars will be sold next year and not just in Japan but in Europe too. Now, if I had a car like this (a fully electric driven) then I really wouldn't care about how much my car weighs.


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Anonymous  11y ago

^^ Geeorg, the turn signal has been around for over 60 years and people still don't use them as they should (one hand on wheel, the other hand on phone, no hand for a signal during a lane change).

The stuff you mention (laser guided distance control, lane control, etc.) is needed when people take driving for granted.

It all adds weight but since 95% of drivers don't care what their car weighs, the manufacturers will continue to add more stuff if they think it will sell cars.


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Georg  11y ago

not all of the weight comes from safty equipment... sometimes it is amazing how light modern and safe chassies are ...till they start to add the luxury stuff and the "questionable" safty equipment... distance controll(you have eyes), sleeping driver controll (don´t drive if you need to sleep), lane controll (stop using phone and messanger while driving) etc etc are useless safty equipment if the driver would use their brain contantly...


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Anonymous  11y ago

You people act like this safety is a bad thing? its good, whats more inportant, having a thrill for an hour and end up gettin killed, or having a thrill for an hour and walking away unscaved?


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Georg  11y ago

not metal is 20th century... what people want is what makes car heavy...
electric powered everything, air condition, 20time adjustable seats, big stereo, navi, 5star protectiong all around, 1000 airbags and hundrets of electronic gismos to keep idiot drivers out of the worst trouble... not to forget cars grow... the interior space in this astra is most likely larger than the interior space in a 1970´s S-Class


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LJUTICA  11y ago

When you put 160PS engine in a hatch,you'd say it's a blast,uncontrollable monster like Kadett GSi,but this car gained only so much to cover it's weight(105PS/ton)...
Ok,so it does go well and features really good rear suspension,but still,that weight,it's a four pot hatch with just front wheel drive,come on folks,we need more intelligent materials in our cars.
Metal is "so 20.th century".


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Heyhuub  11y ago

Damn, the new Astra is heavy.


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Georg  11y ago

Autozeitung.... Autobild also did a test but no track compare..


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Anonymous  11y ago

Has it been already tested? Which magazine tested it? Sport Auto, Auto Bild, Auto Motor und Sport?