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Vauxhall price, spec changes

VAUXHALL has made a number of price and equipment changes to its car range, which includes a £1,000 reduction on Tigra. Vehicles affected by the alterations are the Corsa, Tigra and Frontera 2000 model year ranges. Corsa GLS models have an enhanced equipment package and are now £150 cheaper. CDX models gain alloy wheels with no increase in price (£10,545- £11,195), while the SXi can be specified with air conditioning as a cost option.

The price of the Tigra 1.6i is cut £1,050 to £13,620, while the 1.4i now has more equipment for a £100 price rise.

Fronteras now have a stereo radio/CD player and provision for the Vauxhall-Fix child seat restraint system for between £95 and £195 more. A driver's seat height adjuster is now fitted to RS and Limited models, while Estate Limited 3.2i V6 24v models have air-conditioning for £520.

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