By Stewart Smith on 2016-04-04 - Stewart was the former motoring editor of the Coventry Telegraph and is now a freelance contributor to Eurekar. He is based in Scotland and specialises in First Drive reviews.
Unlimited appeal for
VAUXHALL has updated its Adam range with the introduction of Unlimited and Rocks Unlimited trim variants which incorporate options from the existing JAM, GLAM and SLAM models giving drivers even more personalisation choice than before.
Buyers will be able to choose a variety of options including exterior and roof colours, wheel sizes and styles, interior trims and foils and technology kit.
Available from £12,260 the Adam Unlimited offers standard equipment, including 16-inch Titan triple cross alloy wheels, daytime running lights, cruise control, climate control and Bluetooth connectivity.
A leather-covered steering wheel with audio controls and connectivity options including USB are also included.
Higher up the range the Rocks Unlimited comes in at £15,875 and includes the same level of standard equipment as the Unlimited plus extra external features including anthracite-coloured protective mouldings for wheel arches, lower door and side sills, tinted rear windows, 15mm increased ride height, electric folding canvas roof and LEDs for the tail lamps and the daytime running lights.
On the inside, the new Adam models have more technology with Vauxhall's OnStar personal connectivity and service assistant system that becomes a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to seven devices.
Vauxhall now offers vehicle-integrated wireless charging - costing £150 on the Adam Unlimited - which means driver and passengers can recharge a compatibile mobile device via an electromagnetic field.
Reducing clutter and the need for cables, the user only needs to place the device on the integrated charger and wireless charging will begin immediately.
Choose from one or more of the options to find the car for you.
Based on your search find the dealership
nearest to you.