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Attractive company car tax bills and big discounts for private buyers are the two main pulls of the Vauxhall Astra. If you’re looking to inject a little excitement into your daily commute, the Ford Focus is a better bet, but the Astra is still a fair choice if you just want a down-to-earth family hatchback.get the best price
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Opting for the Astra’s top trim means that you’ll be getting an upgraded 8in touchscreen infotainment system that features additional things like live traffic and fuel prices, an 8.0in display behind the wheel instead of physical dials, perforated leather seat inserts, keyless entry and start, a soundproofed front windscreen, a rear view camera and additional twin USB ports in the back. This trim also lets you choose wireless phone charging and an upgraded Bose stereo system as options.
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