A look back at the Vauxhall Chevette 2300HS (1978 – 1980) 0

The standard Vauxhall Chevette was the perfect car for motoring round town and was rightfully embraced by the British public who bought them in huge numbers. As good as it was in its natural habitat, it certainly wasn’t quick. Then there was the HS… Originally built for Group 4 rally homologation purposes as a potential(…)

Vauxhall add two new trim levels to Vivaro van range 0

Vauxhall has revealed two new trim levels for the Vivaro. The new models have been titled the Tourer Elite and Combi Plus and the carmaker says they’ll offer increased comfort and flexibility of use. Both will be positioned towards the higher end of the Vivaro range. The Tourer Elite has been marketed towards the shuttle(…)

Vauxhall recall 10,000 vehicles due to sunroof problem 0

Vauxhall has started a recall involving 10,000 of its Adam model after a fault was found with the sunroof that could potentially cause it to detach from the vehicle. The fault is the result of a defect in the printing process on the glass panel, which could cause the sunroof to separate from the main(…)

A look back at the Vauxhall Viva HA (1963 – 1966) 0

You’d be forgiven for calling Vauxhall’s first post-war small car a bit ‘after the Lord Mayor’s show’. By the time it made its debut in 1963, its main rivals such as the Triumph Herald, Morris Minor, Austin A40 and Ford Anglia 105E had been around for a while, were well established and selling in huge(…)