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Vauxhall News

The next generation Vauxhall Astra will receive its premiere at next year’s Frankfurt Show, delivering a compelling mix of technical innovation and groundbreaking design that promises to raise the bar in the compact sector. With its flowing lines and signature sculpted blade, the new Astra will carry the spirit of

Vauxhall has launched its first Astra ecoFLEX with a 1.7 turbo-diesel engine producing CO2 emissions of just 119g/km and fuel consumption of 62.8mpg on the combined cycle. The new model, which is available in Hatch, Sport Hatch and estate guises, falls into the lowest BIK tax band for company car drivers, while pr

First official shots of new Insignia’s interior Chronometer-inspired instruments Use of high quality fabrics and materials These are the very first official shots of the soon-to-be-launched Insignia’s interior, showing the immense attention to detail Vauxhall’s designers have lavished on the car’s cabin. Highlights include chronometer-inspired instruments, use of high-quality fabrics and materials, and a unique instrument lighting

The ability of Vauxhall to offer a wide variety of van specifications proved particularly appealing to building maintenance specialists Johnson Controls when recently replacing a fleet of 60 vehicles. The vans would be used on a contract to maintain buildings and equipment at 610 Shell service stations across mainland Britain. This called for different types of van to suit widely differing operating needs. The company also wanted to give its 60 engineers working on the contract a direct say in the specification