By shaking up the convertible market with its new Cascada ‘rag top’, Vauxhall has filled a longstanding gap in the market, according to CAP Automotive – the independent car valuation experts.
Vauxhall’s cutting-edge Ampera extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) has been voted best hybrid/electric car by Telegraph readers at the inaugural Telegraph Motoring Awards.
One hundred years to the day after Joseph Higginson achieved fastest time of the day at Waddngton Fell Hillclimb in the first Vauxhall 30-98, 33 surviving models – around 20 per cent of the cars left in the world – charged up the same hill to celebrate the 1913 event that marked the debut of the world’s greatest sporting car.
One of the UK’s first suppliers of electricity and leading distributor of electrical equipment, Edmundson Electrical has invested in three Amperas, the award-winning extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV) from Vauxhall.
Vauxhall is to cover the majority of running costs for Ampera customers with a new ownership package for its ground-breaking extended-range electric vehicle (E-REV).
One of the UK’s leading construction, civil engineering, property development and facilities management companies, the Eric Wright Group, has taken on a Vauxhall Ampera in a four-year test case that could influence the future of its fleet.
Network Q customers can take advantage of three deals when buying a used Vauxhall including Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance packages, up to £500 deposit contribution and the chance to win back the value of your car.
Following the Midlands’ white-out last weekend, the only drifting that occurred in Leicestershire shortly afterwards was generated by a 6.2-litre, 431PS V8 behemoth as it burnt away the remaining snow at Bruntingthorpe Proving Ground.
The Vauxhall 30-98, one of the greatest sports cars of the twentieth century and the first to top 100mph in production form, is marking its centenary in style this May, when almost 50 surviving examples attempt the Waddington Fell hillclimb, site of the car’s first appearance and competition success in 1913.
Vauxhall welcomed the announcement in the Budget that Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs) with 0-50g/km CO2 emissions, such as its revolutionary Ampera, will remain at five per cent Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) in 2015-16 tax year, rising to seven per cent in 2016-17 tax year.
Vauxhall’s new Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance programme offers customers the flexibility to change their model – including hot newcomers ADAM and Mokka – regularly, with a nil-and-up deposit and affordable monthly payments.
As part of the commitment to reducing its carbon emissions, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust will be the first to trial a Vauxhall Ampera, the revolutionary extended-range electric vehicle, as part of its emergency fleet.
Vauxhall customers can now benefit from free installation of a home charging unit for their cutting-edge Ampera extended-range electric vehicles.
Vauxhall is to make four world premieres at next month’s Geneva Motor Show including the full-size, four-seat convertible, the Cascada, the ADAM ROCKS and R2 concepts and the super-efficient 1.6-litre diesel engine in the Zafira Tourer.
Vauxhall is planning further fashionable small cars beyond the ADAM three-door hatchback, but says it will not try to emulate the scale of the range offered by MINI.
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