Dealers work with recall ‘superb’ says Vauxhall boss 0

The chairman of Vauxhall, Rory Harvey, has described the work done by the company’s dealer network as ‘superb’, with regards to the enormous recall initiated after the recent fires. Last year, the manufacturer was forced to take steps after a defect with a fuse register in the ventilation system of the Zafira B people carrier,(…)

Vauxhall re-introduce scrappage allowance scheme 0

Vauxhall have restarted their Scrappage Allowance Scheme meaning customers could save up to £2,000 on the cost of selected new Vauxhall models. The offer is available when Vauxhall customers trade in their car to be scrapped, and can be used in conjunction with a range of the company’s finance packages including flexible Personal Contract Purchase.(…)

Vauxhall celebrates one year anniversary of OnStar 0

A year has passed since the introduction of Vauxhall’s OnStar system to its vehicles in the UK, and much in the same way as it was with cousin Opel, it’s been a major success. The service, which offers on board communication, security, navigation and regular diagnostic checkups, has revolutionised on-board computer intelligence, and set a(…)

Vauxhall has ambitious plans for 2017 0

Vauxhall have revealed ambitious plans for 2017, with the intention of releasing as many as five new models over the next twelve months, complementing its already significant range. “2017 will be a landmark year for Vauxhall,” said Vauxhall Chairman and Managing Director Rory Harvey. The carmaker intends to launch a new flagship model, in the(…)

Vauxhall to release Crosswind X crossover 0

2017 will see Vauxhall release a new crossover called the Crosswind X. Little has been officially released about the new model, but the company has confirmed that it will sit alongside the existing Mokka X, and have its own identity. A larger version of the new vehicle will also be released, aimed at sitting alongside(…)

A look inside Vauxhall’s police car factory 0

A special assembly line has been created at the Vauxhall factory in Luton, which deals exclusively with converting brand new vehicles into police cars. The plant in the heart of Bedfordshire is now Europe’s largest emergency services vehicle factory and 2,500 models are set to roll off its production line each year. The new assembly(…)

Vauxhall Corsa fires: recall latest 0

Once again, Vauxhall is fielding questions from concerned car owners as to why another of its models has started catching fire. Several Corsa D owners have now reported that their cars have burst into flames without warning, forcing the car maker to initiate a recall for the 2,767 vehicles involved. This is particularly unwelcome news(…)

Vauxhall to be offered same Brexit deal as Nissan by UK Government 0

The UK Government is currently taking every available step to secure its car building industry in the wake of Brexit reports Autocar. As Britain gets closer to triggering Article 50, and the severance procedure officially begins, the Government has already moved swiftly after Nissan – the country’s largest producer of vehicles in the UK –(…)

New Vauxhall Meriva will opt for SUV style 0

The current generation Meriva has been on our roads since 2010, and the latest edition, due to hit the market next year, is set to drop the minivan styling. The new version, will feature greater ground clearance and an off-roader like design, but the vehicle, which may even take a different name, won’t be a(…)