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- Year/plate: 2002/52
- Bought: Used in September 2019
OK this car is 17 years of age with only 51000 miles and FSH so it's probably a one off.
- Year/plate: 2003/03
- Bought: Used in April 2017
This is one of the best cars I have owned being fun to drive and easy to park. The boot...
- Year/plate: 2003/52
- Bought: Used in February 2016
Decent run about and work horse,bout second hand for 400£ reliable enough never any serious issues. spacious decent sized boot and...
- Year/plate: 1999/S
- Bought: Used in November 2014
Would be considered a good workhorse, but its reliability is disappointing. Have had pretty of minor faults with it, as...
- Year/plate: 2002/52
- Bought: Used in August 2006
I have now had 2 SRI 190 turbos, both in red. The first one i bought was near standard power...
- Year/plate: 2005/54
- Bought: Used in June 2016
It's a mk4 Astra 1.4 enjoy 16v, not going to set the pulse racing, but it's pleasant to drive, sporty...
- Year/plate: 1999/T
- Bought: Used in July 2005
It is reliable.
- Year/plate: 2001/51
- Bought: Used in November 2012
Plenty of boot and cockpit space.
- Year/plate: 2004/54
- Bought: Used in January 2013
Comfortable to drive, quite spacious yet not too big to drive around the city.
- Year/plate: 2000/X
- Bought: Used in October 2012
Cant afford another.
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