|Vauxhall Astra H|
The Astra H was launched in March 2004 as a five-door hatchback, a five-door estate was launched in late 2004 and a sporty three-door hatchback, designated the GTC for European markets, Sport Hatch in the UK and the Coupé in Australia, launched in 2005. The GTC has the option of a windscreen called "panoramic windscreen" which extends into the roof area. Based on an updated version of GM's T platform, it was larger than the preceding Astra. Production continued to the end of 2009, the TwinTop continued to be manufactured until November 2010.
The Astra H was facelifted in January 2007, it received a new front end treatment an re-coloured tail lights.
The car was marketed worldwide under the following names: Opel Astra (Mainland Europe), Holden Astra (Australia and New Zealand), Saturn Astra (North America), Chevrolet Astra, Chevrolet Vectra (Argentina and Brazil)
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