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Parkers overall rating: 2 out of 5 2.0
Vauxhall Frontera (91-03) - rated 2 out of 5
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PROS

Affordable, macho-suburban styling

CONS

Not as classy, desirable or robust as Cherokee or Discovery

At a glance

New price £14,525 - £23,282
Used price £330 - £2,195
Fuel economy 19 - 32 mpg
Road tax cost £265 - £325
Insurance group 19 - 25 How much is it to insure?

PROS

Affordable, macho-suburban styling

CONS

Not as classy, desirable or robust as Cherokee or Discovery

Vauxhall Frontera rivals

Toyota
RAV4
3 out of 5 3.0

Frontera is based on an Isuzu design (called MU in Japan), revised and updated over the years. It offers a wide choice of three petrol engines and turbo-diesel engines in two body styles. The Sport puts the emphasis on leisure while the bigger five-door estates are better family choices. Early models are now cheap but they are flawed. Post-1995 cars are better made and noticeably more refined, especially the current generation models from late 1998 onwards.

Vauxhall Frontera rivals

Toyota
RAV4
3 out of 5 3.0