Vauxhall Cascada prices

Vauxhall Cascada
16 Jan, 2013 12:01am Tom Phillips

Prices have been announced for the Vauxhall Cascada convertible, with the range starting at £23,995

Prices for the Vauxhall Cascada have been announced. The firm claims that the two-door, four-seater convertible is its most luxurious car with prices starting from £23,995.

That buys you a Cascada with a 138bhp 1.4-litre turbo petrol engine connected to a six-speed manual gearbox. In SE spec it costs £23,995, while top-spec Elite models start at £26,095.

Vauxhall’s new 168bhp 1.6-litre MGE petrol engine can only be had with an automatic transmission. In SE spec, this car starts at £26,505, while the Elite costs £28,605.

There’s a 163bhp 2.0-litre diesel unit which can be had with either manual or automatic gearboxes. The SE version starts at £25,495 and the Elite starts at £27,595. A range-topping 192bhp BiTurbo 2.0-litre diesel comes in Elite spec only and starts at £29,080.

The SE model includes 18-inch alloys, a DAB radio, rear parking sensors and cruise control, while the Elite model adds climate control, heated front seats, leather upholstery and a heated steering wheel.

All Cascadas get the HiPerStrut front suspension – which cuts torque steer. Order books are open now, with the first cars arriving in showrooms in April.

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want! want! want!!!

Let the VX haters say what they want but this is a very desirable looking motor!

wouldnt buy it becuase its a vauxhall... but it is stunning, anything designed by the same team as the audi a5 needs no introduction

(would still buy a second hand a5!!)

No problem with the machine; just the silly name

Never understood snobbish VX haters. I've had a few Vauxhalls over the years and found them to be reasonably priced and reliable. Not sure about this one though, never seen point of a convertible in other UK.

Slight typo in last post. Should have read the, not other! Stupid touch screen keypads