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The 5-door Astra gets XE and XR versions, but the 3-door is only available in the more expensive clothes. Although both cars looks good, clean and svelte, the 3-door proposes a more aggressive demeanor, owing to its lower roofline and some other minor differences. In short, both cars offer versatility, but if you're planning to carry passengers or cargo frequently, the 5-door will definitely make more sense. And yet, climbing in back of the 3-door doesn't require a chiropractor afterwards, and once sitting down, you'll realize that there is actually a fair amount of room, even for 3 people. The interior environment is a little dull, but otherwise, the build quality and use of rich-looking materials are things that Cobalts and G5s could dream about. The switchgear feels solid and substantial and there are no apparent squeaks or rattles. Suspension noise doesn't filter though the cabin, and the engine's noise isn't intrusive while driving 100 km/h on the highway despite it spinning at 3,000 rpm.