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    what do you think of the astra H/vxr lights

    they are a big put off for me. i have a bit of a thing about front lights. the narrower and meaner the better.

    I.e, the nissan skyline looks supreme but the vectra below looks grotesque



    it baffles me when i see massive dominating blobby lights

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    You know, behind this rather bizzare post, you have a very valid point. When i looked at the new astra twintop, (having owned a MK4 cabrio) I thought the lights where rather large and for a while, i prefered the front of the astra MK4 cabrio with its smaller rectangle headlights than the large squares of the astra MK5, but i am pleased to say they have grown on me, and i think they will look rather well with some Xenons in them. I think Audis have a nice front with their trade mark all-in-one grills, they look mean which is is really cool
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    Front lights can definately make or break a car, look at the bug eye scoobs - yuk!!
    I think the Mk5 lights do look a bit big, but somehow they pull it off cos it's in context with the rest of the car.
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