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Performance

All versions of the Optima are powered by the same 1.7-litre diesel engine which is available with either a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Either way the model will provide 134bhp and 325Nm of torque making for a speedy performance. The Optima handles well as it has a lot of front-end grip and the steering is light to start and then reassuringly firm when the car is at speed. Book to test drive the model now at askprice.com.

Running Costs

A standard stop-start system on the Optima makes it a frugal choice of car. Its 1.7-litre diesel engine returns a fuel consumption of 57.6mpg and has low CO2 emissions of 128g/km. Although the Optima’s average purchase price of £21,600 is around £1,000 than some of its rivals, its running costs are much less and with long servicing intervals and a long warranty, unexpected problems will not be costly.

Equipment

There are four trim levels available in the Optima range, and a lot of standard equipment continues to offer value for money. Included in the standard 1 trim are, 16-inch alloy wheels, cornering lights, front and rear foglights, air conditioning, steering wheel mounted controls, front electric windows and Bluetooth connectivity with voice recognition. Going up the range to the 2 Luxe trim will have added features of 18-inch alloys, a panoramic sunroof with electric blinds, heated front seats and dual-zone climate control. There is a comprehensive range of optional extras across all of the trim levels, to read about this in detail please have a look at our brochure.