Vauxhall Astra Twintop

As if the looks of the new Astra TwinTop weren’t enough incentive to reach for your cheque book, Vauxhall is offering an extra bonus for buyers who order their cars early.

The latest addition to Vauxhall’s model range, complete with its innovative three-piece folding roof mechanism, is now available to order and there’s a special extra launch incentive for buyers who choose their car before 31 March.

Even though the TwinTop is already exceptional value with prices starting at just £16,995, Vauxhall is offering free ‘Launch Packs’ worth £500 to buyers joining the waiting list early.

The TwinTop 1.6 pack includes an upgrade from fixed to automatic pop-up roll over bars. These offer all the protection of the standard fixed hoops but also maintain a smooth, uninterrupted profile with the roof down. Early buyers will also be offered the opportunity to opt for smart 16-inch alloys for no extra cost.

Sport models gain the pop-up roof bars, along with 17-inch twin spoke alloys rather than the standard 16-inchers. Buyers who splash out on the range-topping Design will get an upgrade to 18-inch alloy wheels and a CD auto changer.

But these Launch Packs are only available on orders placed before the end of March, from approved Vauxhall Retailers. The first cars will arrive in dealerships in May, and full pricing details are as follows:

Astra TwinTop On-the-road (�)
1.6 16,995
Astra TwinTop Sport
1.6 17,795
1.7 18,295
1.9 CDTi 150PS 19,995
Astra TwinTop Design
1.8 18,995
2.0 Turbo 200PS 20,695
1.9 CDTi 150PS 20,695

Published : 01/03/06 Author : Melanie Carter

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