Vauxhall Reviews

6/10
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The average score of all new Vauxhall models on sale.
£10,175 - £38,465
RRP
£3,400
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17 Vauxhall models

AVG. SAVING £2,790
6/10
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£13,450 - £18,875
Premium city car with lots of customisable options
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AVG. SAVING £3,078
6/10
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£17,065 - £20,295
Trendy small Vauxhall is a left-field choice
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AVG. SAVING £4,967
8/10
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£17,670 - £27,990
A class-leading, British-built hatchback
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5/10
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£19,070 - £30,830
A fun three-door coupe with a big boot
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AVG. SAVING £4,594
8/10
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£19,020 - £27,285
Class-leading Astra, now available as an estate
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5/10
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£26,865 - £34,135
Stylish and practical convertible is best suited to cruising
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AVG. SAVING £3,429
7/10
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£12,975 - £18,565
A cheap, practical small car with a smart cabin
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AVG. SAVING £3,411
7/10
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£20,185 - £22,595
Small fast hatchback is huge fun to drive
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AVG. SAVING £3,253
6/10
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£17,110 - £24,105
Small SUV that's practical and cheap to run
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AVG. SAVING £4,187
6/10
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£22,755 - £34,280
A practical family SUV with lots of standard equipment
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6/10
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£26,500 - £29,425
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AVG. SAVING £2,146
7/10
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£19,330 - £33,965
Stylish looks mean the Insignia Grand Sport could be the car to save Vauxhall
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AVG. SAVING £2,102
7/10
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£20,850 - £38,465
A roomy family estate car with plenty of standard equipment
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AVG. SAVING £5,853
5/10
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£20,035 - £31,180
Affordable SUV with modern tech
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AVG. SAVING £1,291
6/10
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£10,175 - £11,940
Small city car with lots of standard equipment
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6/10
RRP
£11,820
A small city car that has a relatively roomy interior and is easy to drive
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6/10
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£18,145 - £31,495
Practical seven-seater MPV is a great family car
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About Vauxhall cars

Vauxhall has focused more closely on building a range of practical cars for the modern family than on branching out into many varied segments. This means that although you’ll not find any coupe-crossovers or high-powered supercars in its range, you can choose from an honest selection of very capable cars.

For truly back-to-basics motoring there’s the Viva, or if you’re after a small city car with a bit more style, the compact Adam is a great choice. The Astra and Insignia would both make good fleet vehicles while a number of estates and MPVs cater for those with a need for greater practicality.

The very sporty Corsa VXR is for you if you’re looking for something more exciting than the average hatchback but whichever car you choose, you can rest assured of good reliability thanks to Vauxhall’s 60,000 mile warranty.