Are Opel Astras reliable?
Reliability Survey, the Astra finished in a disappointing 22nd place out of 23 cars in the class of family cars. Vauxhall as a brand fared worse than rivals such as Seat, Skoda and Ford, ranking in 23rd out of 30 in the same survey.
Is Opel Astra comfortable?
The driver’s seat is comfortable and I don’t even feel fatigue after a long drive. Many other features such as Lane Departure Warning, Collision Alert, Auto Start-Stop, Auto headlights and TPMS are standard in this car. Rear legroom is good. Stable at very high speed (At more than 150 km/h).
Are Astra good cars?
The Vauxhall Astra is an excellent jack-of-all-trades; it’s comfortable, good to drive, comes with a decent amount of standard kit and doesn’t cost a great deal to run. The Vauxhall Astra doesn’t just cover all the practical bases well, it’s also good fun to drive.
How much does a Vauxhall Astra TwinTop cost?
With prices starting at £18,295, it is still cheaper than the similarly powerful Peugeot and Renault CCs, and offers a decent saving over the 1.6-litre Eos and the anticipated Focus prices. The TwinTop is also available with two other engines: a 148bhp 1.9 CDTi diesel and a 197bhp turbocharged 2.0-litre petrol.
Is the Vauxhall Astra a coupe or cabriolet?
A decent coupé-cabriolet with a keen price, though let down by the lacklustre performance of the 1.8-litre engine. What’s new? Along with the Eos and forthcoming Ford Focus Coupé-Cabriolet, Vauxhall’s curiously named Astra TwinTop (perhaps it hopes we’ll call it a TT for short) ends the French stranglehold on affordable four-seat convertibles.
How big are the wheels on a Vauxhall Astra 1.8 sport?
The basic 1.8 Sport model comes with air-con, six-speaker CD player, leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel and 17-inch alloy wheels. Spend £700 more for the Design model and you also get automatic lights and wipers.