Who Owns Vauxhall?
Vauxhall has been owned by French automotive manufacturer Peugeot since 2017.
Where Are Vauxhall Cars Made?
Vauxhall has two major UK-based manufacturing plants: Luton and Ellesmere Port. Vauxhall cars are also produced in Opel manufacturing plants in Germany, Poland and Spain.
What is the Vauxhall Logo?
The Vauxhall logo is based on a Griffin, a legendary creature with the body of a lion and the head of an eagle. The logo was created to reference the manufacturer's focus on local production.
How Much Does a Vauxhall Car Cost?
Vauxhall cars are on the more affordable side, with a brand-new Corsa retailing at £15,485 and an Astra retailing at £17,960. For the best deals, however, you're going to want to buy used.
What are the most popular used Vauxhall cars?
Vauxhall Corsa - Offering a great driving experience, a used Corsa is a perfect car for all journeys and offers a stylish design. A second-hand Vauxhall Corsa can vary in price depending on the model. Browsing our trusted UK used car dealers, you could find deals from £500 up to £10,000. A Vauxhall Corsa will let you reach speeds of up to 108mph.
Vauxhall Astra - Dependable, comfortable, and easy to run, used cars don't come much more popular than the Vauxhall Astra. The Vauxhall Astra can pack a punch. Reaching 124.3mph up to 136.7mph, this small hatchback can be a feisty choice for a quality second-hand car. You could really get a bargain when looking for a used Vauxhall Astra. Prices range from as little as £5,000 while newer second-hand models can set you back £17,000.
Vauxhall Adam - A simple, cost-effective car, the Vauxhall Adam comes in as a more fashionable choice to its counterparts. You could find a used Vauxhall Adam from as little as £3,995 from one of our trusted UK second-hand car dealerships.