Opel is one of the oldest car manufacturers around, being founded in 1862. The company was established by Adam Opel, who started the business as a sewing machine manufacturer before moving on to bicycles in 1886. The company started making cars in 1899, when Opel bought a car manufacturing plant that belonged to Freidrich Lutzman. Nowadays, Opel sells its vehicles in various markets including South America, Africa, Asia and Europe, excluding the UK. In Australia and New Zealand, Opel cars are rebadged as Holden while in the UK, the cars are sold under the Vauxhall brand.

The information on vehicles, accessories or number plates provided in this service is supplied by the seller or other third parties; OtoFacts.com is not responsible for the accuracy of such information. OtoFacts.com provides this service and materials without representations or warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied. All prices and specifications are subject to change without notice. Prices may not include additional fees such as government fees and taxes, title and registration fees, finance charges, dealer document preparation fees, and processing fees. Click here for more details.