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    No tourer i assume which means i'll be out....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bransoj View Post
    No tourer i assume which means i'll be out....
    No, tourer has already been dropped due to lack of sales.....Shame cos it's one of the best looking estates out there.
    2017 Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport Sri Nav 1.5 (165ps) Turbo petrol in Lava Red - Keyless entry and start - 18Ē powder coated alloy wheels - Front fog lights - Tinted rear windows - Aluminium sports pedals - Ambient interior led lighting - Front sports seats with driverís AGR - Front and rear parking assist - Active emergency braking - Forward collision assist - Front pedestrian alert - Traffic sign recognition - Lane keep assist - Cruise control - Speed warning and limiter - Voice recognition - Bluetooth - Duel zone climate control - Front and rear electric windows - High beam assist - Auto lights - Auto wipers - OnStar connection - Wifi hotspot - 8Ē colour touchscreen Navi 900 incorporating AA/ACP and DAB

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko301 View Post
    No, tourer has already been dropped due to lack of sales.....Shame cos it's one of the best looking estates out there.
    Yep i wasnt keen when it was first launched but its grown on me and i do really like mine. Its a limited choice already made even worse when, if like me, you dont want a diesel one and are looking at petrol thats not some massive engined turbo charged sports estate. Will be a few years before i change mine again mind you so will see how things go and where we are come time to change. A vauxhall dealer will probably try and tell me, like last time, that an Astra estate or Grandland will give me the same space but i'd like to see them try and cram in the luggage for 2 and a half weeks in France when you are also taking a 2yr old and a dog!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bransoj View Post
    Yep i wasnt keen when it was first launched but its grown on me and i do really like mine. Its a limited choice already made even worse when, if like me, you dont want a diesel one and are looking at petrol thats not some massive engined turbo charged sports estate. Will be a few years before i change mine again mind you so will see how things go and where we are come time to change. A vauxhall dealer will probably try and tell me, like last time, that an Astra estate or Grandland will give me the same space but i'd like to see them try and cram in the luggage for 2 and a half weeks in France when you are also taking a 2yr old and a dog!!
    They won't be as spacious as the Sports Tourer and I might be wrong, but I think they (Astra estate and Grandland) don't have rear air vents, so your passengers in the back will feel sick in the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bransoj View Post
    Yep i wasnt keen when it was first launched but its grown on me and i do really like mine. Its a limited choice already made even worse when, if like me, you dont want a diesel one and are looking at petrol thats not some massive engined turbo charged sports estate. Will be a few years before i change mine again mind you so will see how things go and where we are come time to change. A vauxhall dealer will probably try and tell me, like last time, that an Astra estate or Grandland will give me the same space but i'd like to see them try and cram in the luggage for 2 and a half weeks in France when you are also taking a 2yr old and a dog!!
    I've done a 2 week holiday in Kroatie with a 2 and 5 year old, using a Mini Clubman. So I think an Astra estate should have plenty of room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernst View Post
    I've done a 2 week holiday in Kroatie with a 2 and 5 year old, using a Mini Clubman. So I think an Astra estate should have plenty of room.
    Problem is I have a dog cage that takes up 2/3rds of the boot. The dog wonít travel on the seats so the boot is the only option and he has this cage to keep him safe in there, the little one safe in the back seat as the cage is crash tested to deform rather than trash the back seat and also means I can use whatís left of the boot for some bits. I also donít think the dog cage would fit in the boot of an astra or grandland length wise. It is adjustable but any shorter and he wouldnít fit in it. This means all our stuff is spread over whatís left of the boot and back seats next to the little ones car seat which also isnít that small as itís a joie 360 spin one so needs room to twist to get her in and out plus itís sized to fit her until sheís 4. If the dog would sit/lay on the back seat so I could use the boot just for luggage Iím sure Iíd be fine but it doesnít work so logistics means a smaller estate doesnít really work for us.

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