Vauxhall Vectra CD 2.0DTi 16v 5-door Hatchback Reviews
Product Type: Vauxhall cars
Newest Review: ... which manifested in the brake pedal becoming very rigid under even light braking, the solution was to change all the sensors ... more
Customer Vauxhall Vectra CD 2.0DTi 16v 5-door Hatchback Reviews (2)
by - written on 13/08/09 (Useful, 136 readings)
Vectra 2.0 diesel. I owned one of these just over a year ago and quite frankly could'nt get rid of it quick enough, I had my 52 plate for 3 years and suffered nothing but problems. I bought it with 40k miles and within 3 months developed problems with brake sensors which manifested in the brake pedal becoming very rigid under even light braking, the solution was to change all the sensors and the total cost was £200, then the rear calipers began to stick so that was another £180. I found the car to be poorly made with the seal round the windscreen leaking, the leather around the gear lever burst and the sound system developed a fault. the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/02, updated on 22/05/02 (Useful, 736 readings)
As a rep for over 40 years, I have had the experience of driving many, many cars. Over about the last 20 of those years, quite a few of them have been Vauxhalls (8 of 11). I had 2 Cavalier MkII Petrol (one an sri), 4 Cavalier Diesels (3 of them the 1.7 Turbo intercooled engine), and the most recent, a 1999 Vectra DTi 16v CD. I have always liked Vauxhalls, for their excellent engines, good design and for the fact that they are suited to my job - large load carrying capacity and comforatable interior. The Vectra is no exception. Despite a hammering by the motoring press, I think the Vectra has been reasonably popular, esp with fleet managers. I find the 2.0 DTi engine to .. Read the complete review
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