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    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
    On sale: Mar 2002 Class: Large cars
    Used price: From £1,650
    ....
    ....

    Overall Score 54%

    Value for money - it’s now a very cheap secondhand purchase.
    Decent refinement and good road manners.
    Generous interior space and good practicality.
    Lacks cabin storage areas, and has some ergonomic foibles.
    Still losing value fast.
    Charmless, with a dowdy, low-rent image.

    Vauxhall sold huge numbers of Vectras to corporate customers and rental fleets, so there are
    loads around to choose from secondhand, and prices are low. Reliability could be better, but
    you can afford to be picky and reject anything without a good service history. This is cheap,
    roomy, spacious and practical family transport; hatchback, saloon and estate models are
    available.
    The Vectra is a family car with a spacious interior and comfortable suspension. The amount
    of headroom in the front and legroom in the back is particularly good.
    The engines across the range are smooth and quiet, making for a relaxed drive. Choices
    include petrol, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) models. The 1.9 diesel feels powerful
    and, allied to the slick six-speed gearbox, is a strong performer. Our figures show the 1.9 CDTi
    is the most frugal model, too, returning 44.8mpg (Vauxhall says 49.6mpg).
    If you want more excitement, try the powerful 3.0 V6 diesel, but bear in mind that fuel
    economy will be lower. Petrol models don’t do so well, as you would expect: the 1.8 returned
    35.3mpg for us (39.2mpg in Vauxhall’s tests) and the 2.2i managed 33.2mpg (versus Vauxhall’s
    37.7). There’s also the powerful VXR.
    The saloon’s 440-litre boot is reasonable and the estate’s is even bigger – it can be
    extended to a class-leading 855 litres by folding the rear seats down.
    A good all round car, quiet
    and comfortable Nothing
    very special but does the
    job well.

    Which? Car Top Choice Model
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    Fastest Model
    2.8 T V6 VXR 5dr
    New price: -
    Used price: £5,995
    0-62mph: 6.5 secs

    Most Efficient Model
    2.0 DTi Breeze 5dr
    New price: -
    Used price: £3,195
    Combined fuel economy: 50.4 mpg
    Cheapest Model to buy new
    -
    New price: -
    Cheapest Model to buy used
    2.2i LS 4dr
    Used price: £1,650
    Cheapest Model to Run (new)
    -
    On the road
    The Vectra handles well and is a comfortable car to drive, absorbing most bumps and
    potholes. The 1.9 diesel offers good performance overall.
    Performance ....
    Vectra engines are smooth and refined, giving you a relaxed drive. The 1.9 diesel feels
    powerful, and in combination with the slick six-speed gearbox, is an impressive performer.
    Performance isn’t as good from the 2.2 petrol, and the stiff gear change makes changing
    gear hard work. The engine lacks pulling power at low revs, meaning you’ll be reaching for the
    gear lever a good deal more than you’d like, to achieve decent acceleration.
    Model tested
    Acceleration (37-62mph)
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    5.5 secs
    .....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    5.5 secs
    .....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    6.7 secs
    ....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    7.4 secs
    .
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    6.1 secs
    ...


    Ride comfort ....
    The Vectra feels stable at all speeds, holding the road well and feeling safe and controlled.
    Cornering ability is very good indeed, yet thanks to its nicely balanced suspension set-up, the
    sting is taken out of most bumps.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
    Large cars

    Which? Car review
    How we test

    Performance
    We use the sophisticated electronic timing
    equipment to record standing-start and
    in-gear acceleration, and repeat each test
    several times.

    Ride comfort
    Ride comfort is assessed by our laboratory
    experts who have driven hundreds of
    thousands of miles in a myriad of different
    models.


    Handling .....
    The steering feels very responsive and precise, giving you a comforting sense of being
    at one with car and road. With predictable understeer during hard cornering, and good
    manoeuvrability in tight spaces, less experienced drivers will really feel at home driving the
    Vectra.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    .....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    .....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    .....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    .....
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    .....


    Brakes ....
    The brakes feel good; they’re responsive and powerful.
    Model tested
    Braking distance (62-0mph)
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    39.5m
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    39.0m
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    43.0m
    ....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    40.2m
    ....
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    40.2m
    ....


    Refinement and noise ....
    Thanks to its quiet engines and good sound insulation, the Vectra’s cabin is well-shielded from
    unwanted sounds. At high speeds the wind can be heard more than the engine.
    Model tested
    Cruising noise
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    70dB
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    68dB
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    66dB
    ....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    67dB
    ...
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    67dB
    ....


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
    Large cars

    Which? Car review
    On the road continued...
    How we test
    Handling

    On-the-limit handling is explored well
    away from public roads to ensure a fair
    test. Our obstacle avoidance test is one of
    the harshest tests in the industry..
    Brakes

    The Which? Car braking test measures
    stopping distance from 62-0mph and is
    repeated ten times in quick succession to
    highlight any brake fade issues.

    Refinement and noise
    The Which? Car experts use a decibel
    meter to record interior sound levels
    at common UK motorway speeds, and
    combine this with subjective assessments
    to arrive at an overall score.


    Cabin and controls ...
    The Vectra feels like a solid car and is well put together. Getting in, the door closes behind you
    with reassuring smoothness. The interior exudes high build quality, and the steering wheel
    adjusts for both height and reach, helping you find a comfortable position.
    The speedo, rev counter and other key dials convey information clearly while driving, but
    most switches and controls could be better. The centre console feels very cluttered, with little
    logical placement of controls, and apart from the glove box, there aren’t many places to store
    bits and bobs.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    ...
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...


    Visibility and parking ...
    Sitting in the Vectra, you feel able to judge the size of the car easily, although the rear view isn’t
    great, especially in the estate where the rear headrests also get in the way. The view ahead
    is good, although you can sometimes see the reflection of the heater fans in the windscreen.
    Xenon headlights were an optional extra, as was Vauxhall’s adaptive forward lighting, which
    gives you a wider angle of light for improved night visibility.
    Model tested
    Turning circle
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    160.0m
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    11.5m
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    11.5m
    ...
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    11.5m
    ...
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    11.5m
    ...


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
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    Which? Car review
    On the road continued...
    How we test
    Cabin and controls

    We penalise cars with difficult controls,
    and we look for things like backlit light
    switches and easy-to-use heating and
    ventilation adjustments.
    Visibility and parking

    Visibility is a major issue for motorists
    today, so each car gets a 360-degree
    swivel view test to reproduce the driver’s
    eye view and any obscured areas.


    Comfort and practicality
    The Vectra is a roomy car and especially comfortable for those in the front. The estate is a
    great load-lugging choice, thanks to ample load space and easy access.
    Getting in and out ....
    There’s a good amount of space up front, with a particularly good amount of head- and
    legroom. Getting into the rear seats of the car is easy; although the seats are quite low, the
    doors are large.
    Once in the back, you’ll find two seats on either side, with a small perch in the middle,
    although this isn’t designed to carry an adult in great comfort. Legroom back here is also good.
    The Vectra’s headlights stay on for a while when you park at night to help you make your
    way from the car.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....


    Seat space and comfort ...
    They’re not quite your favourite armchair, but the front seats are very comfortable indeed. They
    are firm, but highly supportive. The rears are comfortable, too, but under-thigh support is poor
    for taller passengers.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    ...
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    ...
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
    Large cars

    Which? Car review
    How we test
    Getting in and out

    We take measurements all around the
    driver and passenger’s door apertures
    and note the height of the seat, door sills
    and step down onto the car floor. The
    best cars don’t require too much bending
    or stretching to get in and out.

    Seat space and comfort
    We assess seat comfort subjectively,
    using our road testers’ expert knowledge
    and experience from thousands of different
    cars. And we measure the head-, leg-
    and elbowroom on offer in every seat, to
    see how well the car caters for people of
    all shapes and sizes.


    Boot and storage ...
    The saloon’s boot capacity is quite big for the class. Even more impressive is the estate — it
    can be extended to an impressive 855 litres (up to the window line) by folding the rear seats.
    It’s very accessible, too, with a low load floor and large aperture. The saloon’s boot opening
    is small, though. The load space is also deep, which can be practical, but on the other hand,
    things can get a bit lost towards the back, meaning you need to reach quite far in to retrieve
    them. Saloon, hatchback and estate all have split-folding rear seats.
    Model tested
    Boot space (seats up/down)
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    440 litres / litres
    ...
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    440 litres / litres
    ...
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    440 litres / litres
    ...
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    440 litres / litres
    ...
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    440 litres / litres
    ...


    Heating and ventilation ....
    The heater does its job especially well at the front of the car, heating the air quickly. It’s also
    separately adjustable for passenger and driver. Air conditioning came as standard.
    Model tested
    Rating
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    ....
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    ....
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ...
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    ....
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    .....


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
    Large cars

    Which? Car review
    Comfort and practicality continued...
    How we test
    Boot and storage

    Carmakers give official stats for boot
    space, but our tests are more realistic. We
    load the boot up with measuring blocks
    only as far as the rear window line, so
    that luggage is well secured and won’t
    obscure rear visibility. We repeat the test
    with the rear seats up, and folded down
    (where possible).
    Heating and ventilation

    Feel sorry for the tester who has to warm
    each car up from a frosty -10 degrees in
    our climate chamber. Starting with a cold
    engine, we measure how long it takes to
    warm up the front and rear of the cabin.
    Diesel cars usually take longer. We also
    check the effectiveness of air conditioning,
    where fitted.


    Running costs and depreciation
    Go for a lower-powered diesel to keep a lid on running costs, but the watchword here is
    depreciation - the later Vectras are still continuing to lose value fast. Servicing is cheap,
    however, and the Vectra can easily be maintained by an independent garage; parts are
    affordable, and insurance starts low (from group 7), at least for the mainstream non-Turbo
    models. Fuel consumption is a little below average, however, and tax bandings slightly high.
    Fuel consumption
    The Vectra’s fuel economy is at the lower end of the average for the class — key rivals like the
    Renault Laguna, Ford Mondeo and Toyota Avensis do better.
    Our figures show the 1.9 CDTi as the most frugal model, managing 44.8mpg (Vauxhall
    quotes 49.6mpg), but if you want a bit more excitement the 140mph 3.0 V6 CDTi returned
    36.2mpg — some way short of Vauxhall’s 40.9mpg figure, but not bad for a car with this kind of
    power.
    The petrol models don’t do so well. The 1.8 VVT returned 33.6mpg for us (39.2mpg for
    Vauxhall) and the 2.2i did 33.2mpg despite an official figure of 37.7mpg.

    Petrol (combined mpg, claimed) 25.0 mpg - 39.2 mpg

    Diesel (combined mpg, claimed) 36.7 mpg - 50.4 mpg

    Model tested
    Urban (claimed/tested)
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    37.7 mpg/37.2 mpg
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    38.2 mpg/37.7 mpg
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    32.5 mpg/32.8 mpg
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    26.2 mpg/29.7 mpg
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    23.7 mpg/23.7 mpg

    Model tested
    Extra urban (claimed/tested)
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    58.9 mpg/58.9 mpg
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    60.1 mpg/57.6 mpg
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    54.3 mpg/57.6 mpg
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    47.9 mpg/50.4 mpg
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    42.2 mpg/42.2 mpg

    Model tested
    Motorway (measured)
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    45.6 mpg
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    44.8 mpg
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    36.2 mpg
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    29.7 mpg
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    27.4 mpg

    Model tested
    Combined (claimed/tested)
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    48.7 mpg/47.1 mpg
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    49.6 mpg/46.3 mpg
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    43.5 mpg/40.9 mpg
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    36.7 mpg/35.3 mpg
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    32.8 mpg/30.4 mpg


    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
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    Which? Car review
    How we test
    Fuel consumption

    We test fuel economy under strict lab
    conditions – using realistic test cycles – to
    reveal the facts behind the figures. Our
    figures rarely match manufacturer claims
    as, unlike the official mpg test, we measure
    economy with both a hot and cold
    engine, and on the motorway.


    Emissions
    The 120bhp 1.9 CDTi diesel is the best bet for low tax; it emits 154g/km in hatchback form. The
    turbocharged petrol models put out over 200g/km, however.

    Petrol (CO2, claimed) 173g per km - 271g per km

    Diesel (CO2, claimed) 151g per km - 208g per km

    Model tested
    Emissions (claimed/tested)
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2005)
    157g per km/160g per km
    diesel 1.9CDTi (150bhp) manual 4-door (2007)
    154g per km/159g per km
    diesel 2.2DTi (125bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    176g per km/187g per km
    petrol 1.8 (120bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    184g per km/177g per km
    petrol 2.2 (155bhp) manual 4-door (2002)
    206g per km/207g per km


    Safety and security

    Euro NCAP score ....
    The Vectra scored four stars for overall adult occupant protection in the Euro NCAP crash
    tests, not the best result in its time, and some way behind today’s class-leaders.
    Here is the video of the 2002-2008 Vauxhall Vectra Euro NCAP frontal crash test.

    Adult occupant
    ....
    Child protection
    -
    Pedestrian protection
    .


    Which? safety rating ....
    In our expert safety assessment the Vectra scored 11, which is good.
    Active (crash avoidance)
    51%
    Passive (crash safety)
    88%
    Child
    80%
    Pedestrian
    50%


    Security
    Commendably hard to steal and steal from. A respectable security performance from the
    popular Vectra.
    Theft of car: Theft from car:
    ..... ....
    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
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    Which? Car review
    Running costs and depreciation continued...
    How we test

    Emissions
    While testing fuel economy, we also
    collect exhaust gases to enable us to
    measure the amount of carbon dioxide
    (CO2) emitted. We also check whether
    particulate filters are effective at removing
    sooty emissions from diesel engines.
    Safety

    We rate cars for safety using Euro NCAP
    crash test scores (where available),
    alongside our own comprehensive safety
    checklist. Uniquely, we also feed in results
    from our accident avoidance test – after
    all, it’s far better to steer around a crash
    than rely on the airbags...

    Security
    Security scores come from the security
    experts at Thatcham, who break into
    hundreds of cars each year. Most modern
    cars are very difficult to drive away, but
    are still too easy to steal from.


    Which? Car Survey 2011 results
    The Which? Car Survey is the UK’s biggest and best reliability and owner satisfaction survey.
    In 2011, drivers told us about 63,727 cars, covering a total of 520 million miles in the previous
    12 months (that’s equivalent to driving 21,000 times around the world). This unique feedback
    allows us to rate satisfaction and reliability for hundreds of new and used cars.
    Brand: Vauxhall Sample size: 3,600 people
    Vauxhall ratings

    Overall owner satisfaction 69%
    Brand reliability ..
    Dealer Sales Service ..
    Dealer Servicing and repair ..
    Model: Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008) Sample size: 318 people
    Ownership ratings

    Overall owner satisfaction 67%
    Performance .... / ..
    Ride quality (diesel/petrol) ... / ...
    Handling ..
    Noise (diesel/petrol) .. / ...
    Visibility and parking .
    Driving position ...
    Dash layout ..
    Build quality ..
    Space in front ...
    space in rear ...
    Loading / storage ....
    Heating and ventilation (diesel/petrol) .. / ..
    Styling ..
    Enjoyability ..
    Owner’s View
    Dissapointed in the failure
    of the engine management
    system which resulted
    in abill of £500 and the it
    failed again very soon after
    but was repaired FOC.
    Owner’s View
    It does exactly what a
    car designed as a rep car
    should do - keep motoring
    on mile after mile.
    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
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    About our survey

    Brand ratings
    Everyone who takes part in the Which?
    Car survey tells us about their car and
    the dealers who sell and service it. We
    analyse this feedback across all cars to
    give top-level satisfaction ratings for each
    brand, including the brand’s reliability
    record over the last eight years. All star
    ratings are out of five.

    Model ownership ratings
    These show how owners score this car
    in 12 different areas, from performance to
    heating. Owners’ ratings are subjective –
    so may differ from Which? Car test scores
    – but they give a good idea of what the
    car is like to live with. Where relevant, cars
    are scored against other cars in the same
    class (e.g. for space).


    Reliability ratings

    2003 - 2007 2008 - 2011
    Petrol Breakdowns ... ...
    Faults .. ..
    Niggles ... ..
    Diesel Breakdowns . ....
    Faults . .
    Niggles .. .
    Petrol/Diesel Breakdowns - -
    Faults - -
    Niggles - -
    Most common faults

    2003 - 2007
    Non-eng’ electrics (P) 27%
    Suspension (D) 24%
    Suspension (P) 21%
    Non-eng’ electrics (D) 21%
    Engine electrics (D) 17%
    2008 - 2011
    Brakes (D) 28%
    Non-eng’ electrics (D) 20%
    Air-con (D) 17%
    Ventilation (D) 17%
    Engine (D) 11%
    Vauxhall Vectra (2002-2008)
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    Which? Car Survey 2011 results continued...
    About our survey
    Reliability ratings

    We split reliability into breakdowns (including
    failure to start), faults (where parts
    need replacing) and problems (minor issues
    e.g. squeaks and loose trim). Where
    the car has been on sale for some time,
    and we have numerous survey responses
    from owners, we also split scores by the
    age of car and fuel type. Star ratings are
    out of five – the more stars, the more reliable
    the car.

    Most common faults
    Want to know what’s most likely to go
    wrong as the car gets older? These are
    the five most common faults reported by
    owners, grouped by age into new, recent
    and older cars. A score of 40% means
    four out of 10 owners reported problems
    with that part of the car over the previous
    12 months. Engine electrics and non-engine
    electrics (e.g. windows, stereo) cause
    more headaches than mechanical parts in
    most modern cars.


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    nice job mate, some good facts their, however, from reading this id buy something else ;-)

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    I know, doesn't make for good reading does it. I've put the Insignia review in the Insignia chat bit which isn't much better!

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