Yeah,I look at the 9-3 too. As you say,the interior is shocking. With regard to Vectra depreciation,those sorts of figures are very misleading. They always take into account full RRP. Who the hell pays full RRP for a Vectra ? No-one. So the depreciation figures become a nonsense. An example for you. My Bro-in-law bought a diesel one for use as a taxi about 6 months ago. Full RRP was something like £16900,but he got it for £12000. What you pay new doesn't affect re-sale values too much though. So,in three years time,it'll still be worth roughly the same whether you paid £16900 or £12000. Say,for the sake of argument,it's worth £6000. Suddenly,the fact you only paid £12000 makes your depreciation percentage (50% over three years) on a par with the likes of Audi ! A much better real-life indicator of depreciation is to llok on Autotrader and see what 3 year old examples of the car you want are going for. Factor in what you're actually paying for the car and you get a proper,real-world,depreciation figure. I've never found the push to work/push to cancel indicator stalk a problem in Vauxhalls.I find it becomes intuitive after a while,but bikes operate a similar system,so it's not alien to me.