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£199.99 Vauxhall Antara 2.0CDTi E 16v (150PS)

posted on Jun 25 2008 by Kyle McWilton

£199.99 is an amazing car leasing rate for this Vauxhall Antara 2.0CDTi E 16v (150PS) available for both Business and Private Contract Hire. This offer is based on a 2 year agreement 3+23 + VAT, alternative terms and mileages available. For a personalised quotation please speak to the Car Leasing Team today on 01273 789 900 or view our latest Vauxhall Antara lease deals here.

The"soft roaders" are all the rage these days, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that Vauxhall has jumpedthe racewith the all-new Vauchall Antara. Vauxhall has purposely aimed the Antara at being aroad-biased SUV, intended to spend its life on urban tarmac roads rather than rough country tracks.With its combination of inoffensive styling, excellent build quality and with our special leasing price, it poses a serious threat to the Toyota RAV 4 and Honda CR-V.

Don't be fooled by the Vauxhall badge. The Antara is actually built in Korea, and is sister car to the new Chevrolet Captiva. Styling is similar, and having just driven a test model on the test track we think the Vauxhall version looks more upmarket. The cabin Switchgear and instruments have mostly come from the Vauxhall Astra, but they don't look out of place in the well-constructed cabin.

Rear seat passengers enjoy a decent amount of space and the boot is up to class standards. The Antara also enjoys a very high level of standard equipment compared to rivals, including stability and climate control, 17 inch alloys and heated seats on even the most basic versions. Two engines are available from launch, a 2.4 litre petrol motor and a 2.0 litre CDTi turbodiesel.

The petrol powerplant is likely to be of minority interest in the UK, but the diesel gives respectable performance and is refined by class standards. Driving dynamics are composed and inoffensive, with good levels of grip and benign behaviour as the limit approaches. The only significant dynamic complaint is with high levels of wind noise at more rapid cruising speeds.`