Vauxhall Astra
The all-new Vauxhall Astra will head the line-up on the Vauxhall stand, situated at Trackside 1, at the Motability Road Show to be held at Donington Park on 17-19 June this year.

Having supported the Motability scheme since its inception 26 years ago, Vauxhall has built up a very loyal customer base, largely due to the superior choice and quality of the cars available, the excellent support network, the dedicated customer care centre and the company’s wide network of approved Motability specialists.

In addition, Vauxhall holds the prestigious Motability Motor Manufacturer of the Year Award, presented to the most dedicated and effective Motability manufacturer in the UK.

With such a strong position in this market, Vauxhall is likely to be the first port of call for most visitors to the Motability Road Show, especially as the company is showcasing the stunning new Astra, complete with adaptations and available for test drive.

Also on display at the road show will be a line-up of 10 vehicles, fitted with a range of adaptations by conversion specialists, ensuring all customers’ requirements are met.

With Astra at present the most popular model for Motability adaptions test drives of the company’s exciting new car are expected to book up fast. However, there are other popular conversion choices available to drive at the Show including Corsa, Astra Coupe, Meriva, Zafira and Vectra, with Agila and Astra Convertible also available to view.

Published : 15/06/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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