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Vauxhall Astra

Vauxhall Astra (United Kingdom, 1979-present)

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The Vauxhall Astra is a model name given by the British subsidiary of General Motors (GM) to their small family car ranges since 1979.

The Astra is a technically essentially identical model to the one offered by GM's German subsidiary Opel in most other European countries. During the first two generations, the nameplate was applied to UK-spec right-hand drive versions of the Opel Kadett, and since 1991, Opel also uses the Astra nameplate on its B/C-platform. That's what makes the Vauxhall and Opel Astras essentially identical vehicles

The Vauxhall is currently in its sixth generation


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Founded in 1857 by Alexander Wilson, Vauxhall was originally called Alex Wilson and Company and it was a pump and marine engine manufacturer which only started manufacturing cars in 1903. The company's second name was Vauxhall Iron Works but it was again changed in 1907 to the current name Vauxhall Motors.

Vauxhall's first car was a five HP model with two forward gears only. In 1...  more

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