The AGR (Aktion Gesunder Rücken e.V.), is a German medical association that has set orthopedic requirements for car seats. They were so impressed by the Opel Meriva that they gave their prestigious certification to the whole car. In fact from the simplicity and convenience of the portal doors, through the ease and lightness of rearranging the interior, everything about the Opel Meriva has been optimized for your well-being.
Getting in and out is easy. Rearranging the seating takes a few seconds. The genius of the Opel Meriva lies in the way it welcomes you in and sets about making every journey feel better. Just take the FlexDoors® as an example.
For example the 84° opening rear doors make fitting child seats, and securing or releasing children from them very much easier. Also there is no door between front and rear seats, enabling quicker and better parental control.
Other advantages include:
Then there are the advantages over sliding rear doors. One of the most obvious is that sliding doors restrict the rear axle width, eventually affecting the handling characteristics. Another is that actually sliding the doors involves moving the whole weight of the door, a real liability when opening or closing them against the gradient when you’re parked on a hill.
If you value spontaneity, you’ll appreciate FlexSpace®. The Opel Meriva is as spontaneous as you. It’s good to know that you’ll always be able to arrange the interior to manage whatever you have planned. What if plans change? No problem. Whether you need seats for up to five passengers or space for bulky items, the Opel Meriva can handle it all without ever having to remove a single seat.