Due in showrooms this summer, Vauxhall’s new Insignia is on sale now priced from £23,120 on-the-road.(more…)
To enable NHS staff to stay mobile and remain focused on their critical jobs, Vauxhall will today extend its Roadside Assistance programme to all NHS workers who drive a Vauxhall vehicle, and do not already have mechanical breakdown cover.(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…)
Following the ongoing success of its All Makes check-up campaign, Vauxhall has introduced a new Tyres Online section to the brand’s website.(more…)
The Mokka is the next model to get a major overhaul, which will represent a significant departure over its predecessor’s GM underpinnings.
Making its spy photo debut in prototype form as it was testing on the roads of Sweden, the new generation subcompact crossover will reportedly be based on the PSA EMP1 platform, shared between the Corsa F, second-gen Peugeot 208 and DS3 Crossback.
This will offer a more premium alternative to the high-riding subcompact segment, targeting vehicles such as the Audi Q2, and is offered with petrol, diesel and electric power. Vauxhall has already confirmed with a fully electrified powertrain lineup, all of which are due this year.
The DS3 Crossback E-Tense has a 134 HP / 100 kW and 191 lb-ft of torque electric motor and a 50 kWh lithium-ion battery that supports fast charging. It can travel for more than 186 miles on a single charge and does the 0-60 mph in 8.7 seconds. There’s no way of knowing yet whether the electric Mokka will adopt this powertrain.
Even with the heavy camo on, the new Mokka looks nothing like its predecessor. Major upgrades have been performed all around, with the front and rear ends appearing to have been inspired by the latest Corsa. Under the PSA guidance, Vauxhall’s designers have given it a roofline that’s more arched behind the B pillars and a bulky tailgate. Plastic cladding can be seen on the lower parts of the body.
Expect big improvements inside as well, with new dashboard panel, flat-bottom steering wheel, infotainment system and probably an optional digital instrument cluster being part of the offering.
Two workers at Vauxhall’s Luton plant have been told to stay from coming into work following a weekend trip to Italy as a precaution against possible Coronavirus.(more…)
Vauxhall is challenging misconceptions in its latest marketing campaign for the all-new Corsa.(more…)
Vauxhall is once again celebrating prestigious accolades received for the Insignia, which has been named Upper Medium Car of the Year for the third year in a row at Company Car Today’s CCT100 Awards.(more…)
Available to order now and priced from £32,390 on-the-road, Vauxhall is continuing its electric offensive with the new front-wheel drive Grandland X Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV).(more…)
Vauxhall’s Insignia Grand Sport has been chosen by Britain’s chauffeurs and minicab drivers as Private Hire Car of the Year, 2019.(more…)
Vauxhall continues to push ahead with its large-scale electrification offensive. As early as 2021, it will offer a total of eight electrified vehicles.(more…)
Vauxhall Motors is fielding two pre-1905 cars from its Heritage Collection in this year’s Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run, one of which has entered the famous event at least 64 times since 1927.(more…)