The new generation of the Vauxhall / Opel Astra is returning in yet another review which has a surprising result.
Are you interested in a brand new compact hatchback? Well, if so, you should know that you can choose between models such as the Volkswagen Golf, the Ford Focus, the Renault Megane, which is brand new by the way, the Honda Civic and many more, so you cannot complain that there isn’t enough variety in the segment. But what if you are interested in the new generation of the Vauxhall / Opel Astra? Well, in this case, you definitely have to check out this particular review because it may end up surprising you, in the good way of course.
The 2016 Opel Astra is already available for order in most markets across the Old Continent and the UK makes no exception either as here you can have it with the Vauxhall badges covering its body. In Germany, customers can have the new compact car from 17,260 euros, VAT included, for the 1.4 liter 100 PS petrol engine, The 3-cylinder 1.0 liter EcoTec, with 105 HP direct injection turbo, is also offered, with the Easytronic 3.0 automated manual transmission. This costs 17,960 euros. The 1.4 liter EcoTec with 125 PS and 150 PS can also be ordered. The diesel lineup starts from 20,260 euros with the 1.6 liter CDTI, producing 95 HP, but it is also available with 110 PS and 136 PS. However, the 110 PS version is the most economical one as it is returning 3.4L / 100km.