In its eighth generation, Vauxhall’s All-New Astra will be available for the first time as battery electric Astra-e.(more…)
Vauxhall has become the first mainstream volume manufacturer to achieve full RDE2 compliance across its entire model line-up, giving company car drivers and businesses significant savings.(more…)
If you find Android Auto no longer works, you’re not alone. As it turns out, the latest update for Android Auto breaks the app completely for Vauxhall’s, and not updating is no longer an option.(more…)
The new Vauxhall Astra has been named the most efficient vehicle in the Fleet World WLTP Challenge, achieving an outstanding 85mpg.
As part of Vauxhall’s ongoing commitment to reduce CO2 emissions, the manufacturer has revealed information on the impressive, energy-saving LED headlight technology available in its new Astra and all-new Corsa models.
Vauxhall’s latest version of the Astra, with its all-new powertrain line-up, was already 21% more C02-efficient than the model that went before, but now new preliminary data shows further improvements to its emissions values.
With an impressive drag coefficient of 0.26, the new Vauxhall Astra hatchback and sports tourer are among the most aerodynamic cars in their class.
Vauxhall will debut three new models at the 2019 IAA Frankfurt International Motor Show (press days: 10th and 11th September; public days: 12th to 22nd September) including Corsa, Grandland X Hybrid4 and Astra. The Luton-built Vivaro Life will also feature on stand D31 in Hall 11.0.(more…)
Vauxhall has announced prices and specs for its updated Astra, with the highlight being a raft of new engines.
After the signature of an agreement with the works council and the IG Metall and as mentioned in the PACE! plan, Groupe PSA will invest in the Rüsselsheim plant and create the sustainability of the site with the production of the next generation Opel Astra as of 2021.(more…)
Since the acquisition of Vauxhall Motors by Groupe PSA, we have been working hard to turn around the fortunes of the brand and to address the performance of the commercial and manufacturing divisions.
Until June 30, Vauxhall is offering drivers the opportunity to ‘Trade Up’ to one of its brand-new models, with either a minimum £4,000 guaranteed scrappage allowance, or £3,000 extra part exchange value.
Vauxhall has issued a warning on the Astra K after motorists reported issues with braking.