Vauxhall Omega CD 2.5i V6 24v 4-door Saloon Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... driven for 40 years and on Saga Insurance had to pay a premium of £700, mine however being a learner was near the region of ... more
Customer Vauxhall Omega CD 2.5i V6 24v 4-door Saloon Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/08/11 (Useful, 21 readings)
My family owned this Vauxhall Omega 2.5litre, 4 door saloon for only 4 years and during those 4 years we struggled to keep it. Petrol was horrendously expensive for doing the school runs every morning and afternoon and had to be filled up at £60-65 a week. For only doing less than 100 miles a week! Tax for the car is at a higher rate, £215 so quite expensive and insurance is too just for the sheer size of the engine and even for my dad who has driven for 40 years and on Saga Insurance had to pay a premium of £700, mine however being a learner was near the region of £4000, even being female did not make the premium go down. The battery zeroed out ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/01, updated on 11/08/01 (Very useful, 2380 readings)
One would assume that these days if you spend enough money building a car, and charge enough for it in the showroom, then it's got to be a reasonably good car.... hasn't it? Well, prepare to meet the Vauxhall Omega and be completely under-whelmed. I have covered around 2,000 miles in a CD 2.6i V6 24v Auto now (as a fleet car) and can only come to the conclusion that no-one but no-one would ever spend their own hard-earned on one of these things new. Corporate/fleet sales must account for every new one sold! So, what does your twenty-odd grand actually get you? Well, all the usual toys are there - ABS, airbags, (single) CD stereo, heated front ... Read the complete review
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