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Vauxhall has revealed its latest-generation Insignia Country Tourer, marking the third variant in the Insignia line-up.
Vauxhall has launched a free app to enable drivers to log, submit and track business mileage.
The combined PSA-Opel group will benefit from a ‘step-change’ in vehicle development thanks to its new scale, according to industry experts.
The future of Vauxhall has been thrown into doubt following the sale of parent company GM Europe to PSA.
GM’s Vauxhall and Opel business has been sold to the PSA Group for €2.2 billion.
The new Vauxhall Insignia is available to order, with prices undercutting its predecessor by almost £4,000 on key fleet models.
Fleet Show 2017 will be the first UK opportunity for fleet decision-makers to test drive the ground-breaking new Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport.
Vauxhall has made two new appointments to its senior fleet team, with Tim White named national fleet sales manager while Steve Beattie becomes national contract hire and leasing manager.
With a new Insignia only weeks away, Alex Grant looks back at the Vauxhall’s 60-year history of large family cars.
Vauxhall has told MPs that establishing a national vehicle fire database could help carmakers identify potential issues with faulty cars sooner.
Vauxhall will unveil its second-generation Insignia Sports Tourer at the Geneva Motor Show, which gets a longer and more capacious load area than its predecessor.
Vauxhall has revealed the Crossland X crossover, which will be positioned beneath the Mokka X when it goes on sale later this year.
Vauxhall has appointed Richard Roberts as its new fleet marketing and motability manager, effective 1 January 2017.
Vauxhall will unveil its lighter, leaner new Insignia at the Geneva Motor Show next March; badged as the Insignia Grand Sport.
Vauxhall is to launch a second ‘X’ crossover model next year, believed to be the replacement for the Meriva MPV.
Vauxhall has opened a new police car factory, said to be the largest in Europe, at its manufacturing plant in Luton, Bedfordshire.
Vauxhall is undertaking final UK development of a larger, lighter replacement for the Insignia, due to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next year as the Insignia Grand Sport.