Is Opel Zafira Tourer a good car?
The Zafira Tourer also has a revised six-speed manual gearbox, with a slicker shift action than before. Handling is decent, rather than great, but the Vauxhall is composed and comfortable. If you push on along a twisty A-road, the body control is reassuring, although the ride can be a bit bouncy.
What is the difference between Zafira and Zafira Tourer?
The Zafira Tourer was, in fact, the third iteration of the Zafira, and it was a longer and wider car than the first two generations, thereby offering more interior space. There’s also a higher-quality feel that pitches the car firmly against a newer generation of larger MPVs such as the Ford S-Max.
When did they stop making Zafira Tourer?
The Vauxhall Zafira Tourer was one of the very best family cars you could buy a decade ago. However, it subsequently became clear that the market for spacious people carriers simply isn’t there anymore thanks to the monumental popularity of SUVs, so the Zafira was quietly taken out of production in 2018.
Are Vauxhall Zafiras being recalled again?
Car giant Vauxhall is sending out letters to hundreds of thousands of owners of its Zafira model warning them of a new fire risk. About 235,000 Zafira B vehicles manufactured between 2005 and 2014 are to be recalled yet again.
Where is the Zafira Tourer made?
Zafira Tourer C (2011-2019)
|Zafira Tourer C|
|Production||2011–2019 (Opel) 2011–2018 (Vauxhall)|
|Assembly||Germany: Bochum Germany: Rüsselsheim Russia: Kaliningrad (2012–2015)|
|Designer||Quentin Huber (FL, exterior)|
|Body and chassis|
Do Vauxhall Zafiras still catch fire?
About 235,000 Zafira B vehicles manufactured between 2005 and 2014 are to be recalled yet again. The same cars have previously been recalled for fire risks in 2015 and 2016, following at least 67 fires confirmed as being caused by a fault identified around five years ago.
Do Vauxhall Zafiras catch fire?
British carmaker Vauxhall is recalling 235,000 Zafira people carriers for a third time over new fears the vehicles could catch fire. Other cars from the Zafira B range were previously recalled in two stages in 2015 and 2016 after campaigners claimed more than 300 had burst into flames.