Vauxhall Zafira


Vauxhall Zafira is a sports utility vehicle that though small, is capable of transporting seven people, including the driver, in three comfortable rows of seating.

Vauxhall Zafira is also known as the Subaru Traviq in Japan, the Chevrolet Zafira in Mexio and Brazil, and the Opel Zafira in Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, The Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Switzerland, Austria, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Slovakia, Croatia, Poland, Hungary, Montenegro, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore and South Africa.

The company that determines the tyre pressure for the Vauxhall Zafira actually is not Vauxhall, the venerably old British car maker. Neither is it General Motors, the American car maker that owns Vauxhall. The company that determines Zafira's tyre pressure is Opel, the German car maker that is also owned by GM and whose German engineers are relied upon to design the Zafira, as well as most of the engineering that goes into the Astra, Corsa, Meriva, Insignia and the other cars sold under the Vauxhall brand.

But the ultimate decisions are still made at the headquarters of the parent company, so please click here for the names and the contact details of the people you should call to voice your request for easier tyre pressure monitoring for the Zafira.

Although the names of the cars and the nationalities of their drivers and passengers differ, all of us are united by our desire to see a cleaner and a more protected ecosystem on our planet, and the top people at GM should be made aware of this.


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