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The all-new Vauxhall Astra is set to hit the showrooms in October and will be priced from £15,295 OTR, meaning it will be up to £2,200 less expensive than the outgoing model.
The new model will be built within the UK at Vauxhall’s manufacturing plant in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, and will feature a simplified range to include Design, Tech Line, Energy, SRi and Elite, with Nav versions of the SRi and Elite trims also available. Each trim level features a high level of standard spec:
Despite the reduction in price, the modern inspiring design and influx of new features will not be compromised.
Engines offered with the all-new Astra include a range class-leading powertrains capable of achieving up to 91.1mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 82g/km.
A 1.0-litre three-cylinder Turbo Start/Stop ecoFLEX model will be included priced at £15,295 on-the-road which comes with Easytronic five-speed automatic transmission capable of achieving a class leading 96g/km CO2 emissions.
A range-topping1.6-litre (200PS) is also available in SRi trim priced from £20,435 on-the-road. Diesel engines include a 1.6-litre ‘Whisper Diesel’ (110PS) Start/Stop ecoFLEX model priced from £17,495 on-the-road that achieves 91.1mpg and class-leading CO2 emissions of 82g/km (provisional).
Each car is well kitted out with an exceptional level of spec. Basic Design models priced from £15,995 include16-inch alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, 6 airbags, Air conditioning, an R4.0 IntelliLink audio system with digital radio, a 7-inch colour touchscreen, USB & aux in, Bluetooth connectivity, a multi-function trip computer, cruise control and steering wheel controls and electrically operated front and rear windows.
With 2.9 million Astras sold in the UK in its 36-year history, this seventh-generation model has a lot to live up to. Do you agree?