It's big, it's bold and it'll swallow a large family and all their stuff. We're spending a few months with Vauxhall's giant people carrier, to see how it lives with a hectic family lifestyle.Review6 months ago
The Vauxhall Combo Life is a van-derived people-carrier that offers families masses of space and a huge boot for a relatively modest price. It competes with cars like the Peugeot Rifter, Citroen Berlingo, Fiat Doblo and Volkswagen Caddy Life, as well as more conventional MPVs.
The flagship model of the new Insignia range will be launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show and will feature a turbocharged petrol engine, four-wheel drive and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.Review1 year ago
Despite Vauxhall harbouring lofty ambitions to compete with Audi and BMW, the latest Insignia is still more of a competitor for the Ford Mondeo and Skoda Superb, but that’s no bad thing.News2 years ago
Following same principle as Audi's allroad models, the Country Tourer is a more rugged-looking, four-wheel drive version of the latest Insignia, which will be sold alongside the previously announced Grand Sport and Sports Tourer estate News2 years ago
In all the excitement about the company’s recently announced sale to Peugeot, it was easy to forget the cars in Geneva, but Vauxhall's new family car was seen in the flesh for the first time hereNews2 years ago
This is the age of the crossover, and these high-riding hatchbacks are everywhere. With its chunky style and decidedly 21st century connectivity, the Mokka X might be just the thing to tempt you away from a Nissan Juke, Peugeot 2008 or Renault Captur.News2 years ago