Vauxhall Motors is a British automotive manufacturing and distribution company founded in 1857, and a wholly owned subsidiary of General Motors.
Vauxhall has revealed a new camper version of its British-built van, called the Vivaro Tourer Weekender, ahead of the Frankfurt motor show.
The first images of two new Vauxhall Vivaro variants have been released. The models will make their debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Vauxhall has kitted out two vans as motorcycle race transporters to celebrate its new commercial vehicle partnership with the British Superbike Championship (BSB).
November 2016 was a record-breaking month for light commercial vehicle (LCV) registrations, according to the latest results published by SMMT today.
New light commercial vehicle registrations fell by 4.5 per cent in October compared to last year, according to latest figures released today.
Vauxhall has ramped up its vehicle conversion programme with the opening of a dedicated police vehicle factory at Luton, near the plant where the Vivaro van is built.
New LCV registration data for September 2016 has been published today by SMMT, with overall growth of 1.9% over the same month last year.
August saw the highest number of new LCV registrations for any month in 11 years, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Registration figures for vans and LCVs in July were flat, with a small decrease over the same month last year according to the latest data released today by SMMT.
UK van sales are continuing to climb, driven by demand for the heaviest vehicles. Registrations of vans in the UK were up for the fifth successive month.
The UK’s van market posted its fourth consecutive month of growth in May, which was up 1.9 per cent on the same period in 2015.
UK van market is continuing to climb, up 11.8 per cent in April. Thanks to the CV Show April, 27,880 new vehicles were registered.
Van sales in the UK are continuing to grow, the market having recorded a positive first quarter of 2016. LCV Demand rose 3.1 per cent in March.
Van sales in the UK have held steady in February, virtually matching those in the same month a year ago.
The UK’s van sales market put the brakes on five months of growth in January, slipping by 4.2 per cent.
Britain’s commercial vehicle factories are booming, with output up by a third in 2015. In total 94,479 CVs were produced in the UK in 2015.
What is claimed by Vauxhall to be the UK’s fastest pick-up will be even more potent in the future. It will be given a power increase of more than 100bhp.
A newly available conversion for the Movano van turns it into a welfare vehicle. Clarks Conversions bases its model on the front-wheel-drive Movano L3H2 van
UK's new van market is continuing its strong surge, registrations climbing 6.2 per cent in October. Sales have grown in all but one month this year.
Mercedes-Benz Vans is launching a special edition version of its Sprinter van to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the model going on sale.
Van sales on the UK market slipped slightly in July. The fall, of just under one per cent, reversed a 16.4 per cent rise in June.
Rocketing UK van sales have driven a record half year for CV market. Van registrations for June climbed 16.4 per cent to 35,742 units.
The UK’s commercial vehicle market saw its slowest growth of the year in May – but it was still more than 17 per cent up on the same month in 2014.
The UK’s van producers are helping to fuel a strong rise in commercial vehicle manufacturing.
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