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We haven't yet driven this version of the Vauxhall Antara, but as soon as we do, our verdict will appear here.
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Target Price team says:
Although it has a hill descent system as standard and is available with four-wheel drive, the Vauxhall Antara doesn’t have the ground clearance of more hardcore SUVs. This would be fine if it offered on-road finesse, but it doesn’t.
Of the models available, the front-wheel-drive diesel looks the best value, although we’re still to drive this.
All Antaras comes with 12 months breakdown cover and Vauxhall’s 100,000-mile, unlimited time warranty. Unfortunately, this warranty is limited to one owner.
Reader test team says:
I find this car very poor to own, the cost of running it is disgusting only getting 26mpg is not good when it says in the Manuel it will do combined…
As a replacement for our C4 Grand Picasso this was never going to have the space or the fuel economy of the Citroen. However for a big heavy car an…
This is my first 4X4 car and my fifth Vauxhall to date. Great to drive, good strong responsive engine. No Daytime Running Lights so I swapped the…
I bought an Antara SE 2.2 CDTI auto in July 2011 and the PDI was not carried out correctly. Vauxhall customer services have not answered my issues…