Vauxhall

Vauxhall Motors is a British automotive manufacturing company controlled by German brand Opel AG, and wholly owned by General Motors.

Winners and losers in 2016 new car showrooms

The Ford Fiesta was the most popular new car in the UK in 2016 – as it has been for many years. More than 120,000 Fiesta models were registered in the year.

Sleeker, lighter Vauxhall Insignia breaks cover

The look of the much-trailed new Vauxhall Insignia has been unveiled, with the model taking the new name of Insignia Grand Sport.

Full grids again for 2017 BTCC

The British Touring Car Championship will again feature a capacity 32-car grid in 2017, with the Vauxhall badge returning amongst the 17 entered teams.

New car sales head for more records

Britain’s new car market topped 2.5 million vehicles last month – the first time the figure has been reached in November.

Vauxhall returns to British Touring Cars

Vauxhall will race in the 2017 British Touring Car Championship as a manufacturer entry for the first time since 2009, supporting a two-car team of Astras.

UPDATED – Crossland X to lead five Vauxhall launches

Vauxhall is to add another crossover to its line-up in early 2017 – the Crossland X replacing the current Meriva mini-MPV.

Vauxhall recalls Corsa over fire risk

Vauxhall has recalled 2767 Corsa D models over a threat of the car catching fire, unrelated to an earlier recall of Zafira MPVs for a fire-related fault.

Vauxhall Insignia replacement shown testing

Vauxhall has released camouflaged photos of its next Insignia, the Insignia Grand Sport, testing ahead of its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

Record September for new car registrations

Nearly 470,000 new cars were registered last month, giving the UK its best September on record, according to figures published today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

Vauxhall studies potential of electric Ampera

Vauxhall is to study the potential for building future generations of Opel's Ampera-e electric crossover in right-hand-drive form.

Dealers keep on selling in ‘quiet month’

The UK car market grew by 3.3 per cent in August, significantly more than in July. Strong fleet demand drove the market in traditionally a 'quiet month.'

UK new car market levels off in July

Registrations of new cars in the UK grew just 0.1 per cent in July as the SMMT, which had predicted the cooling off, urged Government to back the industry.

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