Advantages: Air conditioning, Volume adjusting for Radio/CD player on Steering wheel Disadvantages: Not ideal for more than one buggy in car,
...In my opinion the Vauxhall Astra Club, is an ideal family car, there is a spacious boot big enouggh for a buggy and shopping also.
The back seat is big enough for two child seats so in my opinion would be ideal for a family of two adults and two children.
I myself have a Petrol 1.4i and think that this is quite economical on petrol and is averaging around 300-400 miles per tank.
Advantages: Economical to run Disadvantages: Price drops like a stone.
...expensive to repair and the other well ouch springs to mind and so it was then that I began my search for a new car.
After much deliberation, and please be aware that I deal with car engines on a daily basis, and well know the problems the various manufacturers are having. I settled for a Vauxhall Astra LS 1.4 litre 16 valve five-door hatchback to replace my Rover 414. Again a five-door hatchback...
Advantages: Cheap, Very Reliable, Carry Large Loads, Safety Disadvantages: Fuel Economy is Poor while the HI TORQ claim is false advertising, Security
...I have owned my 1993 (K-Reg) Vauxhall Astra 1.4 HI-TORQ since early 2004 and it has been a great car that has seen many of my other vehicles come and go. The Astra has been my primary car during my ownership covering just under 25,000 miles and has served me with reliability and practicality that would be envied by more modern cars and their owners.
The Astra has been...