Well, thatís it, Vectra C is no more as of this year. Such a huge shame, but car design moves on I guess, as will we I suppose in time. With no future plans for Signum either, we now have the choice of 4 door saloon, 5 door hatch and 5 door estate, no Signum executive hatch variant. Having only recently bought a Vectra C, I cannot understand why I didnít buy one sooner. Iíve had Vectra Bís for the last 3 years thinking I wouldnít like the Vectra C as I was and still am a huge fan of the Cavalier. As Vectra B was so similar to the Cavalier I thought that would be the better option at the time. I was wrong. I do like the Vectra B and the two I owned gave me miles of trouble free motoring, but the Vectra C is an a completely different league. Itís so refined and comfortable, has so much equipment and handles so much better than other cars in its class (even though the press would disagree). I was never too sure on the styling of the Vectra C either but after it was out a while it grew on me and now I love it. Angular lines and bold features make it a very hansom car. I have the 3.2V6 GSi with all the extras, and if I wanted something with the same level of equipment from lets say a German manufacturer I would be paying probably twice the price, and I simply cannot justify that, whether I could afford it or not. Now, on to the Insignia. What a replacement, Iím not yet sold on the interior but the exterior is beautiful and I love some of the technology that will be available on it. I canít wait for the VXR variant and when it hits the used car market.