A newly announced model, the Club, will go on sale along with the rest of the exciting new Vectra range on 13 June.
Vauxhall has a ‘Club’ in several of its car lines, traditionally popular with private retail buyers, offering good value for money, generous specification and attractive finance support.
The new Vectra Club will be no different. Based on the Vectra LS and with the same on the road price of £14,645, the Vectra Club also comes with attractive, five-spoke 16 inch alloy wheels as standard.
Available as a five door hatch and four door saloon, buyers can choose between the 1.8 16v petrol, or 2.0 DTi diesel engine.
All models in the new Vectra range boast a terrific standard specification, which means the Club gets air conditioning, six air bags, ABS, reach and rake adjust steering, cruise control, remote control central locking, alarm, CD player, electric front windows and mirrors, rain sensitive wipers and service interval indicator all standard.
Combine the value for money purchase price with the low insurance group of 7E and service intervals of up to 20,000 miles for the petrol and up to 30,000 miles for the 2.0DTi, and the Vectra Club starts to look like unbeatable value.Published 10 June 2002