Opel makes huge price cuts to revive its flagship model

Opel makes huge price cuts to revive its flagship model
Opel makes huge price cuts to revive its flagship model

The situation of Opel in Spain It is beginning to be worrying for the German brand. Although it is true that in recent years its market share has fallen significantly and it can no longer boast of being one of the best-selling brands, which is beginning to attract negative attention within the car manufacturer’s dealerships, Stellantis The thing is that the model that has been its flagship for many years is no longer selling like it used to.

That model is none other than the Opel Corsaa utility vehicle that has been the reference in its segment for many years and that has very important rivals in our country, such as the Seat Ibizahe Dacia Sanderohe Peugeot 208 or the Renault Clioamong many others.

The Opel Corsa loses ground

The main problem with this model is that, while it is true that it is ahead of a good part of the utility vehicles in our country in terms of sales, it is also true that there are three models that can boast of having a greater market share, which are none other than the Sanderohe Ibiza and the Clio.

Opel Corsa

Currently the German model occupies the twelfth position, outside the top 10, with just over 9,000 sales, a figure very far from what the Sanderothe top seller in Spain with more than 16,000 sales, the Ibiza with more than 12,000 and the Clio with more than 10,000.

It is no coincidence then that the German brand has launched a promotion that reduces the starting price of the simplest version of its star model by €4,000, so that the entry-level version was locked in 16.000 eurosa price that makes it one of the most interesting options.

We’ll see if this promotion allows this model, which currently occupies the 12th position overall but has fallen out of the top 20 in June, to regain ground.

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