Ford Galaxy vs Opel Zafira

Ford Galaxy
Dimensions: in (mm)
Lenght: 189.8 (4820)
Width: 84.8 (2154)
Height: 71.1 (1807)

Opel Zafira
Dimensions: in (mm)
Lenght: 183.4 (4658)
Width: 82.6 (2099)
Height: 66.3 (1685)

Compare Ford Galaxy vs Opel Zafira (1:1)

The Ford Galaxy looks like a large vehicle from the outside, but has a consistent exterior with the smaller, Ford Focus-based C-MAX and sporty S-MAX. Its front is as sleek as Ford's other multi-purpose cars (mpvs) and its back lights give a nod to the Mondeo saloon. It looks as though the Ford Galaxy will be tremendous inside, with its boxy back three-quarters maximising dashboard space.

The amount of cargo room in the cab impresses. A row of cubbyholes running along the centre of the roof offer front and second row bench passengers access to oddments, while on the Ghia model, these stretch almost the full length of the vehicle. There's more cargo on top of the dashboard , in the centre control panel and doors and even in the passenger-side armrest on the third row of seatings. The Ford Galaxy's seatings fold into the floor although not completely flat like the Vauxhall Zafira. Boot room grows from 367 to 2095, litres depending on the number of seatings folded.

There are three models in the Ford Galaxy range: Zetec, Titanium and Titanium X. All models get alloy wheels, parking sensors front and back and a heated front display as well as Bluetooth with voice control. conditioning, electric windows all round and electric adjustment for the driver's bench height are also included. However, you have to specify Titanium trim to get automatic lights and wipers, USB connectivity, a DAB radio and sports seatings, as well as cruise control, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and extra cargo spaces. The range-topping Titanium X adds leather trim, a panoramic roof and xenon headlights along with wood trim inserts for the cab.
Product a ideal blend of functionality and convenience, the new Opel Zafira Tourer transports the Insignia values to the monocab segment - luxury qualities, high-tech technologies, sculptural and dynamic layout. Opel established the seven-seat compact van segment in 1999. With an extensively re-designed Flex7 seats system, the new Opel Zafira Tourer now sets novel standards in dashboard flexibility and atmosphere.

But the third-generation Opel Zafira's innovations go well beyond this newly designed, customizable seats customization. The Opel Zafira Tourer as a whole demonstrates a large step forward and expresses new ambitions. It is the perfect customizable companion, not only for families. Its elegant layout, roomy lounge atmosphere, updated chassis and new technologies allow relaxed driving with maximum convenience and security. The second generation of the Opel Eye front camera builds the basis for a range of high-tech assistance systems, and Opel is the first manufacturer to provide a compact van with adaptive, radar-based speed control.

The motor range on provide for the new Opel Zafira Tourer will initially consist of highly efficient diesel and gasoline engines with output from 81 Kw/110 hp to 121 Kw/165 hp. Shortly after the start of sales, an especially low-consumption Ecoflex model with a 2. 0CDTI common-rail turbo diesel and traditional Start/stop technology will join the Opel Zafira Tourer family. The Opel Zafira Tourer 2. 0CDTI Ecoflex, boasts one of the values in the compact monocab class with just 119 g/km CO2. And this comes with spirited performance of 96 Kw/130 hp and maximum torque of 300 Newton meters.