Vauxhall Omega

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Available as both a saloon and estate model, the Vauxhall Omega arrived in 1994 and replaced the Vauxhall Carlton and Senator that came before it.

  • Vauxhall Omega Saloon (94-03)

Available as both a saloon and estate model, the Vauxhall Omega arrived in 1994 and replaced the Vauxhall Carlton and Senator that came before it.

It was itself replaced in 2004 by the Vauxhall Signum, though that failed to be a success and was particularly
                                short-lived.

This rear-wheel drive executive car was a direct competitor for the awkwardly styled Ford Scorpio as well as more established premium rivals such as the BMW 5 Series, Mercedes E-Class and Audi A6.

Without the brand cache of its German rivals, it enjoyed limited success – though British police forces rated its high-speed stability and excellent load carrying ability enough to employ many as high-speed pursuit vehicles.

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Most Popular Model Reviews

Vauxhall Omega Estate 1994 - 2003

4 out of 5
Vauxhall Omega Estate 1994 - 2003

New price range:
£17,635 - £31,770

Used price range:
£257 - £1,696

Good ride and performs well
Middle-management image, massive depreciation

Vauxhall Omega Saloon 1994 - 2003

4 out of 5
Vauxhall Omega Saloon 1994 - 2003

New price range:
£16,895 - £31,770

Used price range:
£220 - £1,530

Executive comfort, nice to drive, good value.
Plain looks, horrific depreciation.

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