Comfort - Quiet and comfortable, but the ride is not as smooth as the magazine reviews would lead you to believe.
Economy - Over 35 mpg on the motorway at a steady 70 mph (when the cruise control worked!). Excellent for a 3.0 V6 auto.
Audio - Speed sensitive volume control saves you from being deafened when you stop at the lights.
Electric rear sun-blind!
What's not so good?
Weight - A VERY heavy car, which only reluctantly goes round bends. Senator 24v much more fun, and quicker too.
Auto-dimming rear view mirror - No override switch.
V6 Ecotec - Not as smooth as the previous straight six in the Senator and Opel Monza.
Vauxhall Main Dealer Network - When presented with the problems, they were clueless. If you want an executive car, don't buy one from a mass-market manufacturer!
An electrical nightmare! Just an isolated example? I'm not so sure. It seems like Vauxhall build quality took a giant leap backwards with the introduction of the Omega. Sold at auction, after the auto-box started playing up again, only a few hundred miles after the last E.C.U change. I will never choose a Vauxhall again because I have no confidence in the dealers. Good riddance to bad rubbish!