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Signum gets improvements

VAUXHALL has announced a host of changes to its Signum range including adding satellite navigation as standard.

The new Siemens navigation systems, which have a four-disc CD auto-changer with nine speakers and CD-Rom based satellite navigation with a choice of route types, were previously a £1,400 option.

Vauxhall has also added dark-tinted glass to the rear passenger doors and tailgate and upgraded the 16-inch alloy wheels to 17-inch on the Signum Elegance.

Prices have been reduced on selected V6 models. The Signum 3.2 V6 petrol and the 3.0 CDTi V6 diesel have been cut by £1,150 to £20,965 and £23,715 on-the-road.

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