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Vauxhall Vectra C (2002–2008)

Last updated 16 December 2018

Far better than previous Vectra. Now with decent handling and an excellent ride. Plenty of safety kit. Roomy in the front. Big boot. Good looks.
Not as sharp to drive as a Mondeo. Limited rear legroom. The 2.2DI can be heavy on the oil. Reports of parking brake failures.
Updated 16 December 2018

Report of 2007/57 Vauxhall Vectra 1.9CDTI reaching 245,000 miles with with problems confined to the dual flywheel (£800) and is worth perhaps £700 (MOTed last week). Even the exhaust is original....

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Introduction

The new Vectra is a big car for big people. It's so big in the front seats that trying to get comfortable I felt like I'd shrunk.

So that's the first piece of good news for our growing population.

Vauxhall Vectra CDTI 150 2004 Road Test

Owners' reviews

4
Been a good Car
4
Cheap reliable economical
5
Excellent mpg, reliability, comfort, safety
5
Been such a good car
5
very reliable
4
Big, spacious vehicle, good round town and great on the motorway with good comfort.
 

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