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There were more than 1,500 made during World War One. And now one of only two surviving Vauxhall D-type staff cars is on display. Find out where to see it.
Vauxhall announces 300 new jobs are to be created at its Ellesmere Port Astra plant in Cheshire and 250 new jobs at its Luton van plant in Bedfordshire.
Vauxhall is now offering young drivers aged 18 to 20 one year’s insurance on the Corsa Limited Edition and Excite models for just £99.
Vauxhall is to supply 60 of its award-winning Vivaro vans to Imtech UK Ltd, as part of a deal to supply more than 100 of its commercial vehicles.
The Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer has been recognised as the best petrol model in the annual Tow Car Awards 2014.
Vauxhall has delivered 88 of its vans to lifting-equipment company Konecranes in a deal which includes its multi-award winning Combo, as well as its British-built Vivaro.
In June 2014, Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port factory celebrated fifty years of production and employment in England’s north west.
Stand Together, the new Vauxhall Home Nations football advert, is now on TV. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can watch it here.
Collectors got together at Vauxhall Motor’s Heritage Centre in Luton recently to celebrate the 40th birthday of the Vauxhall Firenza ‘Droop Snoot’.
England fans were given the opportunity to speak directly to their football heroes when Joe Hart, Danny Welbeck and Fraser Forster took part in a live Q&A on Facebook.
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^£28,750 on-the-road cost for Ampera includes £5,000 Plug-in Car Grant.
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