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Vauxhall announces the appointment of Simon Oldfield to our new role of Sales and Marketing Director, starting 1 March 2015.
Vauxhall celebrates the world premiere of its all-new VIVA, due to arrive in UK showrooms in summer 2015.
Vauxhall/Opel celebrates as its 750,000th Insignia rolls off the production line, with total Insignia sales up 10% and ‘true fleet’ sales up 43%.
Making its world premiere in Brussels, the all-new Corsavan boasts a new design, increased payload and improved fuel economy. Check it out at your local showroom.
Find out about the campaign launch for the all-new Vauxhall Corsa and watch the bold, energetic ‘A to Z of Corsa’ TV ad.
This year, Vauxhall celebrates the 25th anniversary of the dramatic Lotus Carlton, which started a long tradition of Vauxhall performance saloons that continues today.
Vauxhall has pledged additional support to smaller fleets operating 25 to 99 cars and vans, including a new team of 11 fleet sales managers.
With new model launches of the Corsa, the Vivaro and ADAM ROCKS AIR, Vauxhall attained its best-ever UK retail sales in 2013 and was the number one manufacturer in Scotland.
Chris Hawken joins Vauxhall Motors as Director, Brand Marketing after working for a number of motor manufacturers, including Hyundai, Renault, Audi, Volkswagen and Skoda.
Vauxhall’s top-of-the-range ADAM GRAND SLAM, with 1.4-litre-turbo (150PS) engine, VXR braking system and Red ’n‘ Roll-design, will debut at Autosport International 2015.
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^£28,750 on-the-road cost for Ampera includes £5,000 Plug-in Car Grant.
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