Vauxhall News

TomTom secure Vauxhall deal 0

The Dutch satellite navigation company TomTom have attempted  to make up for a fall in demand for their devices. TomTom and Vauxhall have agreed a deal whereby a tailor made satellite navigation systems will be installed into Vauxhall cars. The device will come as standard amongst certain models as a dealer fitted item. Sales have(…)

General Motors Chief ready to retire 0

The Chief of General Motors Europe, Nick Reilly is ready to retire. Karl Stracke is takeover at the helm of the European division of General Motors. He is recognised as a major influence in preventing the company from closure back in 2009. They have since prospered to brighter ventures. The CEO of General Motors, Dan(…)

Vauxhall lessen the number of write-offs 0

Today we look back on some news that was reported in the summer. Vauxhall have been doing their bit to decrease the likelihood of writing off a car. Many vehicles have been written off due to the fact that their repair simply costs too much. This particular conclusion comes about as costs are weighed up(…)

Vauxhall demand UK suppliers 0

Vauxhall believe the UK motor industry can grow if more suppliers are based here, says the European President of General Motors. Yesterday we reported on how the Ellesmere Port factory is giving back to the community. It is also one the companies most important sites with the new Astra set to be built there. Its(…)

Vauxhall is the Police’s biggest car supplier 0

It was confirmed yesterday that the biggest supplier of police vehicles are Vauxhall. Does it come as much of a surprise? Vauxhall police cars are already a common site on Britain’s roads and have been for a number of years. Many have reconsigned a Vauxhall Astra underneath the police decoration badges upon their cars since(…)

The Vauxhall Monaro 0

Does anyone remember the speedy Vauxhall Monaro? It was one of the company’s most dynamic cars ever, with a huge engine to add some immense power. The car was available as new from 2004 until 2007. As a coupe, it was and still is one the most powerful that you can find. Is it a(…)

Vauxhall Tigra Review 0

We take a more in depth look at one of German company’s most popular roadster, the Vauxhall Tigra. The latest generation (made between 2004 – 2009) was a fine car with many great qualities. We highlight some of our favourite assets of the car in this review. Looks With this generation, Vauxhall really did aim(…)

Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer Landmark for Cheshire plant 0

A significant new landmark has been reached by Vauxhall’s Cheshire manufacturing plant. The 100,000th Astra Sports Tourer has left the production line in the Ellesmere Port factory. Many people not only in the company but throughout the automotive industry are sure to view the news as quite pleasing and quite significant. Higher sales overseas Since(…)

Vauxhall looking for a new image? 1

News has been merging from the automotive industry that Opel, otherwise known as Vauxhall in the UK, are planning to compete at a higher level of the market. The plan is to make Vauxhall the best of volume carmakers in Europe, according to the Head of Marketing at the company, Alain Vissel. The automotive giant(…)