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Vauxhall Finance – New or Used Vauxhall

Looking to buy a new/used Vauxhall?

Whether you’ve found the right Vauxhall already or are still looking, The Car Loan Warehouse is in a great position to arrange Vauxhall finance at competitive rates.

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We’re happy to approve customers for finance before they actually find the Vauxhall in question, leaving them free to shop with the peace of mind that they can quickly complete the purchase when satisfied.

A unique service we also offer is the ability to provide Vauxhall finance for private sales. This is something we have developed over some time and it’s proving extremely popular with customers as there are several benefits associated with private sales.

Applying for Vauxhall finance is quick and simple. Our online car finance application takes 3 minutes to complete and one of our skilled car finance advisors will be in touch as quickly as possible so you can start searching for the right Vauxhall.

Vauxhall, a Brief History

Vauxhall Motors’ company headquarters are in Luton, England. However the name Vauxhall originated as the company was first set up on Wandsworth Road, Vauxhall, London. Originally the company built pumps and marine engines

Vauxhall didn’t build their first car until 1903, it was a very simple car with only two forward gears. In the first year 70 were made, before they were improved in 1904. The company outgrew their premises in London, so they moved to Luton where they remain today. Vauxhall concentrated on manufacturing touring and sporting cars on a small scale, and were relatively unheard of outside of Britain.

In 1925 Vauxhall was bought by General Motors and they started producing more affordable cars and their output grew considerably. However during World War II Vauxhall focused on making tanks and military trucks under the name “Bedford”.

In the 1970’s Vauxhall started to produce restyled Opel models; the Chevette, the Cavalier and the Carlton and gave them the Vauxhall “griffin” badge. However they have maintained their own uniqueness as since 1994 Vauxhall have a distinct “V” on the front grilles of all their cars.

The year 2000 was a busy year for Vauxhall, they entered the sports car market with the Lotus-based VX220 roadster, re-entered the coupé market with the Astra Coupé and brought out the second generation Corsa supermini. The Corsa was Britain’s second most popular new car in 2002, and the Astra was Britain’s third best-selling car that year, while the Vectra and the Zafira were just outside the top ten. The fifth generation Astra was launched in early 2004 and has been one of the most important Vauxhall products so far, it was an instant hit with British buyers, and the nation’s second best-selling car in 2005 and 2006.

The second generation Corsa had been Britain’s most popular supermini for most of its production life, but by 2006 it had started to fall behind the best of its competitors, so an all-new model was launched. This Corsa sold far better than either of the previous Corsas, and it was an instant hit with buyers. Also in 2006, the second generation Zafira was the tenth-biggest selling car in the UK, the first time that an MPV had featured in the top 10 best-selling cars in Britain.

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