Motorists looking for a car to quietly complete the basics without making a statement may find great solace in a Vauxhall Astra, according to a review of the vehicle.
Andrew Anthony states in the Guardian that the Astra is the perfect car for a driver wishing to have a low-profile as it is a car that is generally widely available but generally unrecognised.
Among the strong elements of the car, according to Mr Anthony, is that the Astra completes the standard wants of a car "without fuss or excess", such as pulling away and stopping.
Meanwhile, he comments that the car is equally at home in a busy city or cruising on a motorway, while on the inside it is "inoffensive" to motorists thanks to the use of grey interior.
Furthermore, eco-friendly drivers are equally appealed to in the new Astra, as the ecoFLEX addition to the range means that carbon dioxide levels are reduced when compared with past model offerings.
Buyers of the Vauxhall Astra 1.7-litre ecoFLEX can witness emissions of 119g/km, while fuel consumption sits at a strong 62.8 miles to the gallon.
The Vauxhall Astra is available in colours including Green Spirit, Power Red and Black Sapphire.