Opel Calibra Accessories & Parts

About Opel Calibra

The Opel Calibra is a sports-car engineered and produced by the Opel company between 1989 and 1997. In 1990 Opel Calibra gained position of a car with the best aerodynamics and held its position until the end of the 90's, when it was overthrown by the new Audi A2 and Honda models. Opel Calibra was equipped with the 2.0L – 2.5L engines and had a drag coefficient of 0.26.

The car was styled as a front-wheel drive coupe based on the Vectra chassis. In the course of its production, there were several special editions launched. The production of new models started with the 1993 Calibra SE1 and ran through to the Calibra SE9, assembled in 1997. Several Calibra Turbos equipped with a turbocharged 2.0l engine were produced as well.

The last Calibra Turbos were produced in early 1997 before the final run of Calibra Turbo limited edition was rolled out. These were all finished in jet black paintwork with a spoiler, BBS RX 16” alloys and color coded body fittings. This final incarnation was also lowered by 35mm on Irmscher springs and dampers. The interior parts were decorated with leather, steering wheel was trimmed in gray leather and a plaque showing the build number mounted on the center console. The production of Opel Calibra was discontinued in 1997.

There is always a long list of options drivers look for when purchasing their ride. Sometimes it is fuel economy, other times it is the performance, and many times it is style. Lucky for these drivers, there has been the Opel Calibra. This sports-car is more than just a 'sports-car' that is constructed of solid parts. It is also an iconic blend of drivability, handling, and exterior fashion that have become a template for the way European drivers like their cars-quick, to the point, and spiffy. With not many like it in its class, the Calibra still finds a way to make some noise on the street, especially when fitted with the right accessories.

From the hottest style upgrades to the most innovative methods of protection, CARiD.com is here with a full selection of Opel Calibra Accessories and Parts for you to choose from. Everything we offer is of the highest quality so don't be shy! Spoilers, wood dash kits, custom floor mats, chrome trim, and so much more are highlighted here daily. All of our Opel Calibra accessories and parts come from the most respected manufacturers at the best value on the web. Don't waste anymore time. If you need Opel Calibra accessories and parts, CARiD is the place to make your move.

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