Vauxhall

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

Geneva – the best of the rest

As we come to the close of the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, we look at some of the other unveilings not yet featured from this busiest of European motor events.

Geneva show – GT concept is Vauxhall star

Without doubt a star of the Geneva Motor Show is the 1-litre turbo GT concept from Vauxhall. It boast's all of the signature sports car design elements.

Astra takes Car of the Year title

Vauxhall' Astra is the 2016 European Car of the Year. In one of the closest competitions for some time, the British-built Astra triumphed over Volvo' XC90.

Vauxhall speaks highly of GT interior

Vauxhall release interior pictures of their GT Concept. The mid-engined sports car boasts a button-less dash layout dubbed the Human Machine Interface.

Vauxhall Astra review

The new Vauxhall Astra boasts a combination of lower weight, new technology and higher quality to do battle with the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf.

Vauxhall Viva review

The new Vauxhall Viva is a small car for the masses. It will get from A to B very well while providing Vauxhall with a bigger slice of the small car market.

The best-selling cars of 2015 so far

How do internet searches compare to actual car sales? Automotive broker and leasing company OSV looks at the ten best-selling cars so far in 2015, and compares them with the internet search results. Some answers are as expected, but some may surprise you (sponsored post).

Motoring wishlist: the new cars you’ll want in 2015

Sizzling sports cars, saloons, superminis or SUVs – whatever your preferred shape of car, 2015 promises to be a belter. This article by Jennings Ford Direct looks at some highlights (sponsored post)

Vauxhall Corsa review

What is it? An all-new version of Vauxhall' big-selling supermini. Key features: New look, better quality, more equipment.

Vauxhall Meriva review

The latest changes to the Vauxhall Meriva won't put it in lights, but they won't harm its showroom performance either.

Picking a panda: How the police choose their cars

British police forces use a variety of cars, and buying police cars is big business. UK forces spend £83 million on 5,600 cars annually.

The top five electric vehicles in the United Kingdom

Electric vehicles are big talk at the moment. Whether the decision to go electric is to lower your environmental impact (debatable), or reduce expenditure on fuel and running costs, electric vehicles are gradually becoming a mainstream consideration.

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