Vauxhall says it is continuing to execute the PACE! plan product offensive to meet customer needs and ensure compliance with Europe-wide CO2 guidelines which become effective in 2020.
New cars registered as of 1 September must be certified according to the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). The new test procedure provides customers with more realistic fuel consumption data. Vauxhall says it has been preparing its portfolio for the introduction of the new standards for several years and the entire passenger car range – without any restrictions – meets these new requirements. Vauxhall says it is “WLTP-ready” with all its passenger cars and customers can order the whole range, from ADAM to Insignia, at Vauxhall retailers without having to fear lengthy delays in delivery.
After being part of Groupe PSA for one year, Vauxhall has revealed a further teaser image of its GT X Experimental brand concept for the mid-2020s. The company says it will embrace its core values – British, Ingenious, Progressive and Approachable – and provide a template for the future design of its production cars.
Vauxhall has released first pictures of the latest addition to its range, the all-new Combo panel van. Available to order in the Autumn and arriving in Vauxhall showrooms in December, the Combo is based on an all-new architecture and is available in a selection of variants, including short wheelbase, long wheelbase and crew van.
Vauxhall’s flagship Insignia is now available to order with bespoke paint colours that can be matched to any colour sample. Customers can choose any paint colour, which could be the colour of their favourite tie, bag or sports team.
Vauxhall’s all-new Combo Life will arrive in showrooms in September, with diesels priced from £22,000 on-the-road. The Combo Life comes in two trims, Design and Energy, with Energy models available as either a five- or seven-seater. Customers can also choose between two wheelbases: standard and XL. Its powertrain portfolio includes petrol and diesels with either manual or automatic transmission.
Vauxhall continues its move to Euro 6d-TEMP with two new engines joining its Astra range, a 1.6-litre Turbo (197 bhp) petrol and a 1.6-litre CDTi (134 bhp) diesel unit. The strict Euro 6d-TEMP emissions standard, which includes real driving emissions…
Vauxhall retailers nationwide are offering customers £500 worth of free fuel with any new car and van purchases between Friday 11th May and Monday 14th May as part of its Help to Buy scheme. Customers can get the free fuel card in addition to any of Vauxhall’s 0 per cent APR Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) deals, including on the Vauxhall Corsa Energy which is available from £150 a month.
Available to order now, with first deliveries in July, Vauxhall has added an all-new Euro 6.2-compliant 1.5-litre Turbo D (128 bhp) powertrain to its Grandland X SUV range. In SE trim, it achieves CO2 emissions from 108g/km and combined fuel economy of 68.9mpg when paired with the six-speed manual transmission.
Vauxhall has introduced the top-of-the-line Ultimate trim to not only the Grandland X but also to the Astra Hatch. The Vauxhall Grandland X Ultimate has been teamed with the new 2.0 litre diesel engine that is supported by an eight-speed automatic gearbox. The new diesel engine delivers 175 bhp at 3,750rpm and 295 ft lb of torque at 2,000rpm.