Review: Vauxhall Vectra (1999 – 2002)
Facelifted Vectra is a straightforward and comfortable family car, well suited to motorway use, better than the previous Vectra, cheap to buy.
Lacklustre handling, fares badly in reliability surveys and can suffer from a long list of mechanical problems.
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Report of 2000W Vauxhall Vectra failing its MoT because because both its headlamp levelling motors had failed. (Part of the test since May 2018). Repair was about £500, so car now scrapped. Read more
Report of 1999V Vauxhall Vectra reaching 283k miles with very few problems. Read more
145mph 2.6 GSi with bigger brakes, priced at £18,595 from Spring 2001. Read more
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