It’s a 2-seat van; it’s a 4-seat midsize; it’s a 5-seat monocab – it’s the Opel Meriva and it is set for launch in Europe in the spring of 2003. The Opel Meriva, which makes its premiere at the Paris auto show, is Act II to the successful Zafira minivan. The Meriva concept was developed by Adam Opel AG’s International Technical Development Center in Russelsheim, Germany, and GM do Brasil’s Design and Engineering Center in Sao Paulo, each addressing the needs of their individual markets. ...

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