Our Fleet Test Drive: Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer - 9th report
07 February 2012
Author: Hugh Hunston
With its SRi specification, denoted by small tacky badges on our Astra estate's front flanks, you get a bundle of 'sporty' equipment, but incongruously the rear windows are of the manual variety.
As a result, an inattentive passenger did not apply enough effort to closing the left nearside pane, which explains steamy windows on several mornings courtesy of a damp interior.
|Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer 1.7 CDTi SRi|
|Our average |
|Actual CPM||55.8p |
|Why we’re |
|To see if the latest |
Astra wagon can shake off
its predecessors’ stigma of
being a utilitarian workhorse.
|Positive||Cabin offers civilised |
|Negative||Economy remains |