Vauxhall Omega Elite 2.5i V6 24v 5-door Estate Reviews
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Customer Vauxhall Omega Elite 2.5i V6 24v 5-door Estate Reviews (1)
by - written on 25/07/02, updated on 25/07/02 (Useful, 726 readings)
We currently own a touring caravan and therefore need a big car to tow it. We had a Ford Granada Scorpio 2.5TD hatch back. That was a great car until the head gasket blew while we were on our way down to France. We fixed it £2000 less and a lot noisier car. We acquired a dog and having a hatchback isn't the smartest of cars for a dog, so we rung around and came up with options. We got told that having a diesel does us no joy's while towing, so that ruled out another diesel. With having a big caravan (530cm) we needed a big engine but with a budget so lower than 3.0l. The dog needed space so we needed an estate. ... Read the complete review
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