Pioneering the engineering of cars since 1903, Vauxhall is still one of the most popular British car manufacturers out there today. They’re tailoring their business model to cut dealerships and expand online in an ever-competitive arena, and are staying up to date with the times.
The customer is always at the centre of their plans. After all, Peter Vardy relentlessly offer good offers and deals across a wide range of their stock, ensuring that they have a car for everyone’s needs. Ultimately, the range of vehicles they have available to sell is staggering, showcasing just how lucrative and appealing the brand remains.
Therefore, let’s try and discover what the best-selling Vauxhalls are in the market today.
The Vauxhall Corsa is still going from strength to strength, with a brand-new iteration set for release in 2019. It’s not only one of the best-selling vehicles from Vauxhall, but one of the best-selling cars in the United Kingdom as a whole. This is largely because it’s a relatively modest kind of vehicle; cheap and easy to run and a perfect motor for the first-time buyer. It’s not flashy or extravagant per say but will certainly get you to where you need to go in good time and in comfortable fashion, all for an affordable pricing starting at £11,250.
The limited-edition Griffin was developed to mark an impressive 25 years of the Vauxhall Corsa brand. Consequently, the Griffin is an expansion upon what people know and love already. It comes fitted with cruise control 16-inch gloss black alloy wheels, a black roof and dark tinted rear windows, adding some stylish nuance to the already pleasing Corsa. However, it’s also something of a legacy car due to the celebratory nature surrounding the make and is accompanied by unique Griffin badges and mats to commemorate the car also. Moreover, they can be acquired for payments of just £179 per month, pitting the vehicle in many people’s price range.
Once again focusing on substance over style, the Vauxhall Astra is as popular as ever for those desiring a reliable family vehicle. It first went on sale in 1979 and has long been featured on best-selling cars lists right alongside the Corsa, giving it an air of consistency in its popularity. This largely down to the smooth handling the Vauxhall Astra affords, incorporating sporty handling into a compact hatchback vehicle. Few Vauxhalls have looked better too, with sleek and sharp bodywork and LED headlight systems that truly give a modern flare to the vehicle. The price for the Vauxhall Astra starts at £17,450 tipping it toward the more expensive side of the Vauxhall range, but the quality build more than justifies it.