Irmscher Styling Available For The New Vauxhall Tigra

Irmscher Styling For The New Vauxhall Tigra

The new Vauxhall Tigra may be one of the snappiest lookers around, but that has not stopped the auto design specialists at Irmscher from creating a styling pack to give this eye-catching coupé / convertible even more street appeal.

The new Irmscher Styling Pack consists of front lower skirt extensions, rear wing spoiler and sports exhaust silencer with twin round tailpipes, plus Irmscher chrome-effect badge and keyring.

Tigra owners can make a saving of £134 by purchasing the styling accessories together rather than individually, and the pack can be supplied and fitted by Vauxhall-trained technicians for just £995, including painting.

All styling accessories for the Tigra are available from your local Vauxhall retailer, and are covered by a two-year warranty so you can be sure of the highest quality and a perfect fit.

Other exterior styling accessories now available for the Tigra include an Irmscher-branded cross-hatch grille with aluminium band and stainless steel door handle covers. There is also a choice of six different alloy wheel designs, plus uprated springs and suspension tuning parts to make the driving experience ever sportier.

In addition, retailers stock a wide variety of interior trim accessories to fit the new Tigra, including aluminium pedals, sports steering wheels, plus gear knobs and handbrake levers in a variety of special effects.


Published : 17/03/05 Author : Melanie Carter

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