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Vauxhall is one of the longest standing car manufacturers in the UK, first setting up operations in 1857. From its headquarters in Luton, Vauxhall produces popular and affordable vehicles which are known for their practicality, value and efficiency. Vauxhall is pronounced VOKsawl (using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), the pronunciation isvɒksɔːl).
Although previously owned by General Motors, Vauxhall is today owned by Stellantis. Through this structure, much of the design and engines used in Vauxhall models come from Opel. So, while Vauxhall continues to sell models like the Astra, Corsa and Crossland under its own name in the UK, in European markets, these models are sold under the Opel name.
Vauxhall provides drivers with a range of stylish, safe and practical vehicles. Recent models boast a signature front Vizor grille. This grille flows around the model’s headlights to give it an athletic appearance. In terms of technology, Vauxhall Connect is the brand’s signature sat nav system. This comes with real-life traffic updates and alerts, as well as road safety alerts. You may also find Vauxhall IntelliLink, its signature infotainment screen, featuring smartphone connectivity, hands-free calling and radio.
Popular Vauxhall models
The Vauxhall Corsa is one of the brand’s most recognisable models. First released in 1982, it was the most popular car in the world by 1998, recording over 910,000 sales in one year. Evolving over more than six generations, the Corsa remains one of the most popular models in the UK and was the best-selling car of the year in 2021. The all-electric Vauxhall Corsa was also one of the best-selling electric models in the same year.
The Vauxhall Mokka is a crossover SUV first revealed in 2012. Thanks to its practical design and bold styling, the second generation of the Mokka won the Design of the Year award in 2021.
The Vauxhall Mokka X was released in 2016 as an updated version of the Mokka crossover SUV. With much of the same design, the Mokka X comes with a new set of front and rear headlights, enhancing its exterior. Winning most dependable SUV at J.D. Power’s awards in 2019, it remains as faithfully practical as the model that came before it.
On sale since 1980, the sporty and stylish Vauxhall Astra is a compact family car renowned for its all-round capabilities. It was voted Used Car of the Year in 2021 by Carbuyer and, in 2007, sold more than 111,000 units. Then as now, it is one of the most popular compact models on the market.
In 2017, the Vauxhall Crossland began production, replacing the Vauxhall Antara and Zafira models. It is available with a selection of petrol, diesel and Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG) engines (also known as dual or Bi-Fuel engines). All offer drivers excellent value and running costs. For this reason, it’s a great choice for family journeys and long distances. The Crossland X SUV is a refreshed version of the existing Vauxhall Crossland. Staying true to its roots, it is a practical and efficient model with plenty of boot and storage space on offer.
Another of Vauxhall’s crossover SUVs is the Grandland X. It is the largest SUV in the Vauxhall range and sold more than 70,000 units in the first year of its release. It was also voted the best car in its segment in the 2018 Off Road awards. The Vauxhall Grandland is the new version of the Grandland X and was renamed in 2021. It boasts a wide range of petrol, diesel and hybrid engines as well as a maximum boot space of up to 1,652 litres giving it great running costs and practicality.
Earning a wide range of awards over its existence, Vauxhall remains a popular and celebrated brand today. It was named Manufacturer of the Year in 2023 at the News UK Motor Awards, with the Vauxhall Corsa winning Value Car of the Year at the same time. While Vauxhall’s range of petrol and diesel models have earned the brand a reputation for quality manufacturing, Vauxhall is also known for their innovation.
Vauxhall’s range of petrol and diesel models has earned the brand a reputation for quality manufacturing. They are also hailed for their innovations regarding electric models. The Vauxhall Ampera unveiled in 2011, was Vauxhall’s first electric vehicle with a range extender. It became an instant classic, winning European Car of the Year in 2012. Its first plug-in hybrid – the Vauxhall Grandland x Hybrid4 – followed in 2019.
Since the first unveiling of its innovative electric engines, many of Vauxhall’s existing models have been reissued with electric engines. This includes the Vauxhall Mokka-e, which won the prestigious Erin Baker Award, celebrating cars with exceptional sustainability and design at Auto Car’s 2022 awards ceremony.
Vauxhall frequently asked questions
Who owns Vauxhall?
Vauxhall is owned by Stellantis, which also owns car manufacturers like Chrysler, Fiat, Maserati, Peugeot, Citroën, Dodge and Jeep.
Where is Vauxhall from?
Vauxhall’s headquarters is in Luton, UK.
Where was Vauxhall founded?
Vauxhall was founded in Vauxhall – a district in southwest London, England.
Why is Vauxhall called Opel?
The German company General Motors – which also owned Opel – bought Vauxhall in the 1980s, meaning that Opel and Vauxhall are effectively one company. However, due to the popularity of the Vauxhall name in the UK, Vauxhall continues to be used in the UK, while the Opel brand is used in other parts of Europe.
Who makes Vauxhall engines?
Following Stellantis’ takeover of Vauxhall, its engines are now produced by companies across the group.
Which Vauxhall engines have timing chains?
Most Vauxhall models, such as the Corsa, Astra and Insignia, use timing chains. If you aren’t sure, contact your local Arnold Clark Vauxhall dealer to find out more.
When did Peugeot buy Vauxhall?
Peugeot is owned by the Stellantis group which took control of Vauxhall in 2017.
How to install Vauxhall sat nav?
To update Vauxhall’s sat nav manually, you need to download the latest map updates from the official Vauxhall website and then transfer these to your vehicle using a USB stick. Some models, like recent generations of the Vauxhall Astra, can be updated automatically via an over-the-air download.
What does CDTi mean on Vauxhall?
CDTi on a Vauxhall vehicle stands for ‘Common rail Diesel Turbo Injection’. This reduces the emissions of Vauxhall’s diesel engines and enhances fuel economy.
What is Vauxhall OnStar?
Vauxhall OnStar was a service that provided added safety and connectivity to your vehicle. It included features like automatic crash response, stolen vehicle assistance, and 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot. OnStar and associated services were discontinued in 2020.
How much does Vauxhall OnStar cost?
Vauxhall OnStar service uses advanced technology to follow your location, call emergency services and provide a tailored experience while driving a Vauxhall car. This service was provided free for the first year, after which a subscription fee applied.
What is Vauxhall ecoFLEX?
Vauxhall ecoFLEX engines produce fewer emissions and deliver improved fuel efficiency, making them among the most environmentally friendly engines in a Vauxhall car.
How to update Vauxhall IntelliLink?
Vauxhall IntelliLink is the brand’s in-car infotainment system. To manually update it, download the latest updates from the official Vauxhall website and transfer these to your car via a USB stick. You should then follow the instructions to complete the update.
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