Though not originally the case, all cars now get Bluetooth as standard, along with cruise control, parking sensors, 17in alloys, DAB radio and air conditioning. Bizarrely four models, though not the top Elite trim, get sat nav as standard.
The Tourer does rather better with fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, which better those of the equivalent Ford S-Max.
Fleet users will be pleased with the very competitive BIK rates that this brings with them, but private buyers should be aware that Vauxhall’s residual value history doesn’t suggest a stellar trade-in performance in three years’ time.
In terms of options, cars such as the Zafira tend to be hard used over high miles so convenience is crucial.