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2008 Vauxhall Vectra 3.0 CDTI SRI XP MkII

2008 Vauxhall Vectra MkII in Lewis, TV Series, 2007-2015 IMDB Ep. 3.01+

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: DE — Made for: GB

2008 Vauxhall Vectra 3.0 CDTI SRI XP MkII

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Sandie SX

2011-01-02 20:55

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Sometimes a lower spec SRI model without a body kit or bigger wheels was used
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-- Last edit: 2011-09-07 00:15:37

ingo DE

2011-03-27 21:53

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Maybe such one will be my next car. But rather as a Diesel. :think:
Yesterday I made test-seating in the 2nd gen Zafira - out of question, the seat-rails are way too short. In the predecessor-Zafira you have more space for your bones.
Similar with the Signum, which is also looking really dull and boring.
But the Opel-dealers, we had visited, had no Vectras, so this model I still have to test.

The British prices are making it really attractive, plus the higher freaky-factor as RHD here :)

m.pfaffeneder DE

2011-03-28 18:23

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@ingo: Do you like the new design of all new Opel´s (Insignia, Astra, Meriva, 3.gen. Zafira)?

ingo DE

2011-03-28 19:31

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No, I don't like the design at all. Of none of any modern car, neither Opel or anything else. :o "Modern" means for me, since the time, cars got plastic bumpers.
I'm just looking for an reliable all-day-car, as mentioned in the forum Link to "forum.imcdb.org" The NATO-olive Omega had made much fun, so I want to have something non-conformistic again. A RHD-car is more freaky - and much cheaper, too. Sure, I would prefer something with good design and charisma (so inviteable a classic in my eyes), but it would be a shame to park it outside. We only have one garage at the house, which my wife is blockading with her car. And a RHD-car wouldn't fit in the garage anyways.

dsl SX

2011-03-28 21:15

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ingo wrote No, I don't like the design at all. Of none of any modern car, neither Opel or anything else. "Modern" means for me, since the time, cars got ....

... wheels.

ingo DE

2011-07-12 06:53

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For DVLA-checkers:

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Sandie SX

2011-07-12 14:36

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Black Vectra Exclusiv diesel with 120hp first registered 09 09 08 in my local area.

The new Ingomobile?

ingo DE

2011-07-12 16:35

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:D

cl82 DE

2011-07-12 20:56

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Congratulations! I surely didn't expect that as I thought you were planning to buy a Monaro or a Holden Commodore.

Gomselmash11

2011-07-12 20:58

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Congrats, looks really nice.

m.pfaffeneder DE

2011-07-12 21:03

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Congratulations!!. Unfortunately I´m really not a fan of Opel, especially Vectra´s.

-- Last edit: 2011-07-12 21:05:38

ingo DE

2011-07-12 21:10

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Thanks for you congratulations :) More in the forum. We had experienced a lot in just 36 hours. It was a real hardcore trip, which had exhausted my wife a lot. It was her first cruddy car-related hardcore-trip. I've done such crazy things before :whistle:

@cl82: yes, I had Holden in my mind, but despite they are too expensive for my budget Link to "www.autotrader.co.uk" they have some disadvantages. They are looking too pimp-ish, I dislike sportive hard suspensions and the high running costs are annother point. And: the Vauxhall-nose is more noticeable as the Holden-nose,

Kowalski

2012-10-06 15:02

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I once had a Vectra GSi 3.2 manual. It was a great car when it worked and I didn't have to deal with Vauxhall dealers.

ingo DE

2012-10-06 16:58

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Warranty-defects or cobblework by the factory? Or both?

Until now mine only had a defect exhaust-sensor. This damage was own heedlessness:

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m.pfaffeneder DE

2012-10-20 23:44

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Your tire has got a broken bearing surface or a broken carcass, probably caused by a contact with a road curb. You should change this tire immediately.

ingo DE

2012-10-21 00:25

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I did so just on that day. It was indeed the edge of a road curb, hit with less than 10km/h in our street. Fortunately it happened (and I recognized that) on the way just to my fitness-club in the next town and not on the way to my office (distance 65 km, with 60 km Autobahn).

ingo DE

2013-09-05 23:12

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:wow: this page didn't exist already in 2011: Link to "www.reviewcentre.com"
and this BBC-reportage is newer, too: Link to "www.bbc.co.uk" :wow:

Well, fortune favours fools! :king:

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