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New Vauxhall Cascada prepares for launch

New Vauxhall Cascada prepares for launch

Drivers in the UK only have around a month left to wait until they can get their hands on the new Vauxhall Cascada, with the vehicle set to make a huge impact on the full-size convertible segment.

It has already been a busy year for Vauxhall, who added the Ampera, Mokka and ADAM product segments to its brand over the past 12 months.

Completing the haul will be the release of the Vauxhall Cascada in April, with the vehicle being packed with a raft of intriguing features and specifications.

Drivers who glimpse upon this full-size convertible for the first time, for example, will instantly notice that the car is styled with a wide and broad stance.

When the Vauxhall Cascada’s roof is down, motorists will also notice that the car boasts a perfectly clean silhouette, while a seamless profile is assured once the roof is closed.

On the topic of the vehicle’s roof, Vauxhall has opted for a multi-layered design that can keep the warm in during bleak winter drives, but then open completely once the sun is out and the weather is sweltering.

For added peace of mind, the hood can be opened fully in a mere 17 seconds, with this function activated either through a button on the Cascada’s key fob or by flicking a switch on the inside of the car.

Driver and passenger comfort is always assured in this cabriolet too, thanks to Vauxhall fitting its newest car with a HiPerStrut suspension that guarantees phenomenal underbody reinforcement.

Meanwhile, helping the Cascada to get from A to B in style and with exhilarating speed is a choice of either a 1.6 turbo petrol engine, a 1.4 Turbo petrol unit or a 2.0 Turbo diesel arrangement.

Summing up the appeal of its new convertible, Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s chairman and managing director, said: “Cascada is set to change people’s perception of Vauxhall once again.

“The full-sized convertible sector tends only to be occupied by very high-priced cars from premium manufacturers. With Cascada, we’re offering customers high levels of equipment, technology and luxury but at an affordable price.”

Posted by Craig SalterADNFCR-3205-ID-801555193-ADNFCR