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Used Vauxhall Astra (1,653,648)
UK motorists have bought two million Vauxhall Astras since the model hit our streets in 1980. The Vauxhall Astra is a spacious and practical small family car. The latest model, introduced in 2004, is the fifth Astra since the start of its production. It sports a larger interior than previous versions, with lots of kit providing an up market look and feel. The Astra’s wide range of petrol engines and good choice of diesels make it a very popular car in the market. The three-door Sport Hatch variant has the option of an innovative and attractive panoramic windscreen, which gives the Astra a whole new driving experience.
Used Vauxhall Corsa – (1,478,409)
The Vauxhall Corsa has been a hit since its launch way back in 1993 thanks to a blend of practicality and low running costs.The fact it’s the car of choice for thousands of driving instructors is testament to its ability as an easy-to-drive supermini. The latest model is also more fun to drive than its predecessors, with remarkably low running costs.
Used Vauxhall Vectra (898,175)
The Vauxhall Vectra is a British institution, and one of the most common sights on our roads. But as a popular choice for fleets, many owners drive a Vectra out of obligation not choice. We drive one for a week, all over the UK, and decide if the venerable Vauxhall provides a good deal and stacks up against tough competition for the private buyer.
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The Vauxhall Vectra is a British institution, and one of the most common sights on our roads. But as a popular choice for fleets, many owners drive a Vectra out of obligation not choice.Being popular choice for fleets; many owners drive a Vectra out of obligation not of choice.
Vauxhall has done a great job of tailoring the Vectra’s ride and handling to its customers needs. It is easy to drive, making you feel at home, and immediately impressing with its hushed ride. Overall, it doesn’t have class leading looks and dynamic handling, but for the majority of customers it won’t matter.
Some concerns about Vauxhall Vectra; it feels rather floaty on bumpy roads and shudders over sharp bumps around town. The steering is direct, but it can weight up suddenly through corners. While it is comfortable and refined, it is not as dynamic as the Ford Mondeo and may not appeal to the driving enthusiast as a result.
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Vauxhall Astra car review
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