It produced its first car in 1903 and Vauxhall have been making impressive cars for the British motoring public ever since. With a wide range of models, engines and trims to choose from, there’s a Vauxhall for you.
With its range of popular vehicles, Vauxhall cars are a common sight on our roads as owners enjoy a well-made and comfortable car. Some models are still made in the UK and Vauxhall has featured in the best-seller charts for decades.
Among their most popular buys is the excellent Astra which offers great value, lots of equipment and high comfort levels.
The Astra is a household name and the car also offers a range of excellent engines and trim levels to make this a decent choice for demanding families who like a car with space and practicality. There’s also the GTC which is based on the Astra but which has a different body and improved driving dynamics.
Alongside the Astra, possibly the next best known car is the excellent Corsa. With its sharp good looks, it is a great performer and there’s a five door model for those who need a practical small car. Again, there’s a wide range of trims to choose from.
However, the new Viva is a name from the past that has been revived by Vauxhall – though it’s nothing like its predecessor! The Viva is an excellent city car with a low price. Despite its small stature, there’s a lot of space.
It’s not just the Viva that will turn heads – the Adam is also a stylish city car which is nippy around town and with a long list of personalisation options. And the Agila is a practical city car with a surprising amount of space on board.
Vauxhall don’t just do great small and family cars – their offering in the mini-MPV segment with the Meriva is not only practical but has lots of innovation on board too and an excellent cabin.
There’s also the Mokka in the supermini MPV class and it offers great looks and lots of equipment. The Mokka handles well and is a comfortable place to be.
If you need more space, the Zafira, or the Zafira Tourer, are both popular in the MPV sector – the Tourer has seven seats but both models offer a flexible seating arrangement and practicality.
In the 4x4 segment, there’s the Antara which has space and abilities, and the Cascada convertible is a well-priced alternative to many rivals.
If you want a car built for thrills, then the VXR8 will take some beating while the hybrid Ampera is growing in popularity because of its good design, abilities and performance. The futuristic car has an electric motor backed-up with a small petrol engine and the end result is an impressive car that is cheap to run.
Let’s not forget the firm’s incredible Insignia, which comes in a range of guises – including the Insignia Country Tourer - and has impressive list of engines, trims and options to choose from. The car is popular for a reason and its value and fun-to-drive abilities are enjoyed by many.
Why not have a look at the official Vauxhall UK company web site and get the latest news about Vauxhall in the UK at The Vauxhall Owners' Club site. You may also like to see what they're saying about new Vauxhall cars on the Top Gear web site.
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