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Mokka’s a work of art

Neon artist Chris Bracey's Vauxhall Mokka celebration

Renowned British neon artist Chris Bracey’s Vauxhall Mokka’s celebration. The unique ‘Cool Britannia Collection’ of neon artwork is said to be inspired by the compact SUV. The works will then go on display before being auctioned for the Kids Company charity. Taking inspiration from the car’s design, Bracey chose three …

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Vauxhall’s ADAM ROCKS


The marketing team at Vauxhall have clearly been on the WINE GUMS – meet the ADAM ROCKS. This cutie is the latest to join a relatively new battleground – the “urban mini-crossover” sector. Arguably Fiat were first there with their Panda 4×4, to be followed by the recently announced Panda …

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Vauxhall re-write the Warranty book

Vauxhall has shook up the car industry by announcing that all cars manufactured from the 1st August onwards, will come with a lifetime warranty. The initiative will start immediately and steals a march on the Kia whose seven-year warranty has been instrumental in establishing the brand in the UK. The …

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Good Service for Vauxhall Owners

Network Q customers who purchase a used Vauxhall that is older than two years can expect preferential prices regarding maintenance, service and parts should they join the Vauxhall Masterfit Service Club. Customers from Network Q, who are members of the club, will be entitled to a 15% discount on service …

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Vauxhall Show off their Fastest Car at Silverstone

Car manufacturer, Vauxhall will be showing off their fastest vehicle over the August Bank holiday at Silverstone race circuit. The car, which features a 3000 bhp and 8.8-litre engine that is capable of reaching 0-60 mph in under a second, can be seen at the track. The Red Victor 3 …

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Nissan Happy with Green Subsidy

Nissan announced that they were happy to hear that, despite swathe of cost saving cuts, the government intend to honour the pledge to subsidise electric cars from next January. Philip Hammond, Transport Secretary confirmed that the plug-in car grant, equating to £5,000 for electric cars would remain core to the …

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Cars on UK Roads Getting Older

Department of Transport figures recently released for 2009 showed that the average age of UK cars was 7.1 years, which compared to 6.6 years back in 2003. This all points to the economic down turn leading to people keeping their cars for long. Research also revealed around 48% of older …

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Vauxhall Corsa Goes Green

For all the eco-friendly, green motorists who are looking for an affordable small, city car then the new Vauxhall Corsa has been making moves towards producing a greener car. Refinements to the latest in the Corsa range have given it a leaner, healthier look and more fuel efficient than its …

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Best Buy Saloon Car

Vauxhall have always been associated with good quality saloon cars, the Carlton in its day was one of the leaders in the class, while Cavalier and Vectra were the businessman’s staple diet. The Vauxhall Insignia looks like recreating the legend as it becomes one of the most popular saloon cars …

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MPV Carrying People

People Carriers, MPV’s and minivans are designed to do exactly what it says on the tin, move people. Across the globe the MPV is rapidly becoming the vehicle of choice for many families intending on moving as many people, with as many possessions as is humanly possible. Ideally suited to …

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