Even without the new 1.6 diesel that’s on its way to the Astra, this is an excellent hatch
Family friendly MPV now with a much more tax-efficient diesel to please company car drivers.
The engineers have gone to town on the new Insignia. Rock bottom company car tax, 76.3mpg, and all this in a much more up-market package.
Four wheel drive in a spacious well designed package that won’t break the bank with company car tax.
Vauxhall’s Cascada has stunning good looks, a distinctly premium feel and four proper seats – yet it’s priced more like a compact soft top. Summer’s still with us – take a closer look.
If you’re looking for an economical and eye-catching business car that’s outside the usual run of the mill options, meet Adam.
Is the Adam a triumph of form over function, or a real alternative to the usual company car choices?
And once you’ve decided you want one, that’s when the real decisions start because the list of options is huge. Review: DAVID WILKINS
This Astra is a well equipped, quietly competent contender in a highly competitive sector
A 1.7 TDi is a well tried formula for returning great economy, so if you cover lots of miles, read on.
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