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Vauxhall's new Griffin models

VAUXHALL is capitalising on its iconic badge by expanding its line-up of Griffin edition models.

New, high-specification Griffin versions of the Mokka X Plus, Astra and Adam are joining the best-selling Corsa Griffin which was launched last year.

The Mokka X Griffin Plus is packed with standard features including 19-inch alloy wheels, electronic climate control, rain sensitive windscreen wipers, heated front seats and a heated steering wheel.

Meanwhile the Griffin treatment adds further appeal to the Astra with a standard spec which includes 18-inch bi-colour alloys, a seven-inch colour touchscreen, electronic climate control, auto windscreen wipers, plus heated front seats and steering wheel.

The compact Adam Griffin city car comes with sports suspension, cruise control, 17-inch black alloy wheels, a seven-inch colour touchscreen and satellite navigation.

Vauxhall first adopted the Griffin - a mythical creature with the head, talons and wings of an eagle and the body, tail and back legs of a lion - as its logo in 1915.


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