February 23, 2007

Vauxhall Antara will start at £19,850

Trying to make as bigger splash as possible, Vauxhall is bringing its new Vauxhall Antara SUV to the masses in three trims stuffed with standard equipment at a really compelling price.

Consider this: the cheapest Vauxhall Antara E comes to you with a 2.4-liter engine, ESP, Descent Control System, 17-inch alloy wheels, remote control ultrasonic alarm, front fog lights and an intelligent four-wheel drive.

Vauxhall Antara (front)

The rest of the pack doesn't disappoint either.

Mid-range Vauxhall Antara S features such standard equipment as 18-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats, climate and cruise control, rain-sensitive windscreen wipers, self-leveling suspension and heat-reflective windscreen.

Vauxhall Antara (back)

The top of the line Vauxhall Antara SE adds to the list a DVD-based satellite navigation system, a built-in Bluetooth, six-disc CD changer with MP3, xenon, leather seat facings, front and rear parking distance sensors and an on-board tire pressure monitoring system.

Vauxhall Antara (interior and dashboard)

Alas the famous Flex-Fix bike carrier system first featured on the new Opel/Vauxhall Corsa is available only as an option and carries a hefty price tag of £475.

The price list of trims goes like this:

Antara E 2.4i 16vmanual£19,850
Antara E 2.0 CDTi 16vmanual£20,995
Antara E 2.0 CDTi 16vautomatic£22,395
Antara S 2.0 CDTi 16vmanual£22,595
Antara S 2.0 CDTi 16vautomatic£23,995
Antara SE 2.0 CDTi 16vmanual£26,295
Antara SE 2.0 CDTi 16vautomatic£27,695

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