Vauxhall

7.2
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The average score of all new Vauxhall models on sale.
£8,995 - £35,495
Price range of new models
15
New models on site

All Vauxhall models

6.0
RRP £11,455 - £17,490
A premium Vauxhall, but the weird name isn't the only flaw
8.0
RRP £33,750 - £35,495
Anyone after a stylish electric car should certainly consider the bold Ampera
6.2
RRP £19,835 - £28,565
Despite the low price and respectable styling, competitors outshine the Antara
7.5
RRP £15,445 - £26,140
Perfect for the average motorist: neither truly bad nor good
8.1
RRP £19,055 - £27,315
A sporty drive at a great price – bland interior though
7.6
RRP £16,480 - £27,160
A British-built class-leader with room to spare and decent engines
6.6
RRP £24,030 - £29,735
Stylish and surprisingly practical for a convertible, but not sporty
7.6
RRP £8,995 - £16,235
New engines, new chassis, new interior – a car to look forward to
8.1
RRP £18,850
Speedy hatch with smooth ride, despite imperfect steering and residual value woes
7.1
RRP £16,534 - £31,344
A smooth ride and lovely interior at a great price
7.2
RRP £26,009 - £31,004
Modern and spacious four by four is a bit cheaper than competitors
7.2
RRP £18,884 - £32,879
Though stylish and packed with extras, it does fall short of some competitors
7.8
RRP £13,999 - £22,505
An excellent family MPV with impressive safety ratings - plus cool rear doors!
5.7
RRP £16,199 - £24,604
An adequate crossover with an exceptional warranty, but falls short of its rivals
7.4
RRP £20,225 - £28,435
Sportier than the standard model, the Zafira Tourer is still a useful family vehicle

About Vauxhall

Vauxhall is as eponymous as Ford and matches the famed American brand’s range model for model; in the old days you were a Vauxhall man or a Ford man, and little has changed.


Vauxhall produces a huge range of cars and has something for everyone. With the exception of the Agila and Antara, all of Vauxhall’s current models are great cars. The Corsa, Astra, and Insignia form the backbone of the range, and all are fine vehicles.


Vauxhall now has a 100,000-mile warranty on all its cars, and there is no time limit. However, do look into the small print, because a few critics have complained that the warranty is not quite as attractive as that offered by other manufacturers.