Vectra Estate Prices Will Start At £16,045 From November Launch

Vauxhall Vectra Estate

Vauxhall announced today that its new benchmarking Vectra Estate will go on sale on 24 November offering best-in-class load capacity, top passenger comfort and a wide array of innovations that will make it the envy of its competitors.

Prices will start at just £16,045 for the 1.8 16v LS or Club model.

Vauxhall expects the Vectra Estate will represent around 15 per cent of Vectra sales and will undoubtedly increase the overall market share of Vectra in both fleet and private-buyer markets.

The new Estate will be launched with five trim levels – LS, Club, SXI, Elegance and Elite. Next spring the introduction of an SRI trim will complete the range.

Two exciting new options will also join the Vectra portfolio in the spring.

Power tailgate – allows the driver to open and close the tailgate by operating from either the key fob or the conventional button under the number plate.

Retractable towbar – stores the towbar out of sight. The towbar is stored horizontally behind the bumper. When needed, a release mechanism in the boot moves the towbar into place, requiring just a small click to lock it securely into place.

Examples of on-the-road prices and CO2 emission levels:

LS and Club

1.8 16v 16045.00 190
2.0DTi 16v diesel 16945.00 159


2.2i 16v Direct 17545.00 194
2.0i 16v Turbo 17995.00 221


2.2i 16v Direct 18145.00 194
2.2DTi 16v diesel 18995.00 170


2.0i 16v Turbo 21300.00 221
3.2i V6 24v 22350.00 242
3.0CDTi V6 diesel 25100.00 197

Published : 20/09/03 Author : Melanie Carter

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