Below is just a short history of the Vauxhall Car maker and specifically the Vauxhall Astra. Vauxhall cars have a firm commitment to quality, and a tradition that is unrivaled.
The great Vauxhall, specifically the Astra, is a roomy and no-nonsense small family car. The most recent model, introduced in 2004, is the fifth Astra since the start of its manufacture. It sports a larger interior than preceding versions, with lots of fun stuff included providing an up-market look and feel. Vauxhall Cars wide range of petrol engines and good choice of diesels make it a very well-liked car in the contemporary market. The three-door Sport Hatch alternative has the option of an innovative and attractive panoramic windscreen, which creates a whole new driving experience.
History of the Astra
The Astra sets the standard for small family cars. The most recent model, introduced in 2004, is the fifth Astra since the start of its manufacture.
The very first Astra was introduced in 1979 which replaced its precursor, the Vauxhall Viva in the UK. Vauxhall is manufactured and sold all around the world; branded as an Opel in continental Europe, a Holden in Australasia and a Chevrolet in Latin America. In Russia, it carries both Opel and Chevrolet badges. During the 1980s, the Astra was sold as a Pontiac in the United States.