Vauxhall Astra SRi 1.8i 16v Reviews
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Customer Vauxhall Astra SRi 1.8i 16v Reviews (5)
by - written on 29/08/06 (Very useful, 5406 readings)
*~*~Introduction~*~* This review is based on my experience of using the Vauxhall Astra each week for regular motorway journeys down South every week for work. The Vauxhall Astra has been said to have been developed to offer technical sophistication and exceptional comfort, I wonder if my review will agree with that…read on if you wish to find out. *~*~Exterior Appearance~*~* The Astra SRi looks tasty I am definitely not a fan of the Vauxhall's but even I have to admit this model is a pretty attractive car. The model I am reviewing is the 3 door hatchback complete with a sleek spoiler, body colour bumpers, mirrors and tinted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/10 (Very useful, 128 readings)
My review of the vehicle is based around 5 days of driving it around as a rental car and thats it, its not based upon cost of ownership, its not based upon longterm reliability its based upon my impressions of the vehicle while I had it I live in the United States, a land of boring cars with alot of power and not much else, recently I had to fly home to England for a funeral and upon my arrival at Heathrow Airport I was given a 59 plate Vauxhall Astra 1.8 Sri with what appeared to be a slightly more aggressive bodykit than I have seen on these vehicles before, and I must say I did think it was attractive, the large 5 spoke alloy wheels filled the wheel arches ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 753 readings)
A few weeks ago my company had to hire a car for me due to the fact that someone decided to slide into my car and put it off the road, leaving me stranded for work purposes. Anyway, thanks to the brilliant people at Enterprise car hire I ended up with a '59' plate Vauxhall Astra 1.8 Sri , it was either that or a 1.2 litre Ford Fiesta and as I now that the fiesta would have been slower than a snail crawling uphill I decided to opt for the Astra. I have driven Vauxhalls before, an Astra, a Vectra, (never again) and even a Chevette, (remember them?), so I knew what to expect from this hire car. I must begin by telling you that my usual car is a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/08 (Very useful, 308 readings)
The Astra. It's been about for donkeys and to be honest I don't think the new ones are much better than the old ones. I myself own mk4 VW Golf and I love it. A few months ago I looked at buying a new Astra. I test drove a 1.6 petrol model and was NOT impressed. The main thing that put me off was the apparent lack of quality compared to my Golf and the fact that the steering wheel controls were so badly worn. The demonstrator car I test drove only had a few thousand miles on the clock and it was in a right state! The controls were all in a silver finish, but it had been done on the cheap. White plastic spray painted silver. The silver finish had already started to wear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/11 (Very useful, 135 readings)
I purchased this particular Vauxhall Astra when it was 6 months old in 2006. The version I bought had the 1.8 16v engine and was 125bhp. I bought the car as I had previously owned a mark 3 Astra and had a good experience with it. The SRi is a sporty model, it came with 17" alloy wheels and a spoiler as standard. I was also given the option by my dealer to upgrade it to include a 'sports pack' which included a body kit and 18" alloy wheels this option cost an extra £250 so I declined. Second hand these cars can be picked up reasonably cheap, I paid £10,500 for mine which at the time had 10,000 miles on the clock. The exterior ... Read the complete review
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