Great car in Denmark. Has good pickup
for a 2.0 liters 141 hp. and that's
pretty good for a European car. Nice
interior (alcantara like). Mine is
Sparkling silver which is a pretty
nice mix between silver and golden, it
actually changes color depending on
the weather. When it's dark the color
is more silver and when it's sunny the
color is more golden. It has the
standard CD and no-name speakers which
sound pretty nice. You have to
understand that all car prices in
Denmark cost "the price of the car"
plus 180% tax, so all extras cost a
fortune. I used to have an Opel vectra
1.6 liter and this is a step up,
although I feel that some of the parts
are a little cheap.
The color is neat. My cars motor 2.0
liter actually thrusts and the
standard suspension is rugged.
Fantastic handling and feel for the
road. Many small cargo spaces for
putting things. Comfortable climate
system (auto. air conditioning). The
red instrument lights are neat.
Head/rear lights are cool.
Shouldn't use so many cheap parts,
my '98 Vectra had a little more class
and the interior was more rugged. It
should be a little more economical
than it is (drinks gasoline too fast).
Windshield wipers are spread badly.
Difficult access to head/rear light
changes. Motor noise in the cabin
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