Matt Bell on 2nd July 2020
Sales rep saloons of the 1980s were once disposable tools - are they now collector’s items? We take a look at the changing prices of three examples.
Matt Bell on 16th January 2020
Features Editor Sam Skelton gets behind the wheel of a Vauxhall Vectra to talk about why its mediocrity doesn't deny its classic status.
Matt Bell on 4th September 2019
Vauxhall has promising plans for the future of its Luton-based Heritage Centre, which could see it opened to a wider audience than ever before if long-term plans come to fruition.
Matt Bell on 29th July 2019
More details have been revealed for November’s Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery, held at Birmingham’s NEC. The event is celebrating its 35th birthday in 2019, and to mark that milestone, Hall 8 will be dedicated to the marques, models and clubs that have appeared since 1984.
Matt Bell on 26th June 2019
Sir David Plastow, former chairman of Rolls-Royce Motors and instrumental in returning the car division to health after the collapse of the parent company in 1971, passed away on June 5 at the age of 87.
Matt Bell on 17th May 2019
Vauxhall has moved to a new state-of-the-art Luton head office, after nearly 30 years spent at the company’s landmark Griffin House base. Known as Chalton House and located just minutes from the new Junction 11A on the M1, the new location will house around 470 staff are now based at the new HQ, including 220 who have moved from Griffin House.
Matt Bell on 16th April 2019
Vauxhall makes its first profit since 1999 under PSA ownership. We look at what this means for the future of the brand and its UK operations.
Matt Bell on 26th March 2019
The town of Luton will pay homage to its motoring heritage this summer, as Vauxhall’s Heritage Centre Open Day joins forces with the Luton Festival of Transport to create a unique day out for families and enthusiasts on June 9.
Glenn Rowswell on 7th February 2018
Following on from our story in last week; more jobs could again be in jeopardy at Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant, as the PSA Group announces imminent discussion on the site’s future.
Glenn Rowswell on 30th January 2018
Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port factory is set to lose another 250 roles...
Glenn Rowswell on 24th May 2017
Vauxhall Motors’ 114 years of history will be laid bare next month as well as celebrating 60 years of the Vauxhall Victor.
Glenn Rowswell on 17th May 2017
CW's Ian Seabrook checks out the Vauxhall Heritage Collection...
Glenn Rowswell on 8th March 2017
A Vauxhall dealer has ruffled the feathers of classic car fans worried by the firm’s latest incentivised trade in – by planting a 1988 Austin Maestro in a skip in a bid to entice punters on to its forecourt.