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Passenger version of Vauxhall's popular van gets French underpinnings – and a plush interior
The British-built Vauxhall Astra reaches its seventh generation, but faces strong competition from recently-updated hatchbacks like the Ford Focus
New shared platform means Luton’s latest seven-seat MPV isn’t anything like its last. Can it still succeed against more in-demand SUVs?
New GSi performance variant aims to boost the the appeal of what is already a practical, well equipped estate car
Vauxhall bids farewell to its line of Aussie performance legends in some style with the limited edition VXR8 GTS-R
The Vauxhall Grandland X is a re-skinned Peugeot 3008 that's too bland and offers too little to stand out in an increasingly competitive market
Vauxhall’s compact crossover aims to carve out a niche independent from the Mokka X. Can the Crossland X succeed?
The new Insignia is essential to Vauxhall’s future and needs to be good. So is it?
Facelifted Mokka, now called Mokka X, gets a much-improved interior but remains average to drive
New and improved Vauxhall Astra Sports Tourer gets a boot extension and a new BiTurbo diesel engine, but it's no match for the Skoda Octavia Estate
Vauxhall Viva 1.0 SE is priced from £7995
Luton's new city car revives a 50-year-old nameplate, but faces strong competition from established models like the VW Up and Hyundai i10
Vauxhall's Corsa VXR costs from £17,995
Hot Corsa majors on pace, purpose and performance value. Brash, boisterous and great fun – if a little lacking in finesse
All-new Vauxhall Corsa raises its game with the end result being a classy supermini that’s decent to drive, but still short of the benchmark set by the Ford Fiesta
The VXR8 packs a supercharged 6.2-litre V8
The last all-Aussie VXR8 is the most powerful yet. But is it the best?
The Vauxhall Ampera promises the ability to cover 175 miles on a gallon of petrol. Does it deliver?
The Vauxhall Astra is one of the best-looking hatchbacks, but average dynamics and performance hamper its overall appeal
The Vauxhall Insignia is only small details away from rivalling the class best
The Cascada is as big as cars like the Audi A5, but it’s priced more like an A3
The Vauxhall Cascada is a four-seat convertible with some desirable touches, but does it have the allure to coax buyers away from options like the Audi A5 Cabriolet?
Is the Vauxhall Adam supermini special enough to provide an answer to the Fiat 500 and Mini, or merely an exercise in style and marketing?
Vauxhall undercuts established crossovers like the Nissan Qashqai with a supermini-sized SUV of its own
Can the hottest Astra thrill in the right ways, or is it too unruly - and have other hot hatchbacks got the edge in terms of handling and sheer driving enjoyment?
The Vauxhall Corsa VXR is accomplished, refined and quick, but it can’t match the Clio’s sheer panache
The Vauxhall Insignia VXR has lofty ambitions, but can it realise them?
Great to drive and beautifully styled, the GTC is a game changer for Vauxhall
Quite simply the best two-seat pick-up that £50,000 will buy you. The Maloo is a blunt instrument that, if nothing else, will put a smile on your face
Vauxhall's Zafira has been a trend-setter since 1999, but has never been trendy
The Vauxhall Zafira seven-seat MPV is versatile and well made but is now showing its age
The Vauxhall Corsa is very refined, stylish and practical. Engines are not so good
The Vauxhall VXR8 is an unsophisticated sledgehammer that is engaging, entertaining and very different from the German super-coupés that it rivals
The Vauxhall Meriva, with its rear-hinged back doors, is a more mature car than before, but little more innovative
Price and performance apart, the Vauxhall Agila is an ideal city car, but can't be considered in isolation when rivals make a more convincing argument
The Vauxhall Zafira Tourer is a super-stylish MPV but lacks sliding rear doors
A midlife revamp improved the Vauxhall Antara crossover, but poor residuals make it a far better used buy
Driving the HydroGen 4 is just like an electric car, so there’s a virtually silent motor and no gears to interrupt progress