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PSA posts 38% sales gain on Opel/Vauxhall addition

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - PSA's global vehicle deliveries increased 38 percent in the first half largely because of last year's acquisition of Opel/Vauxhall. Excluding the former GM brands, PSA's sales rose a more modest 1.9 percent.

Vauxhall Cascada dies as remaining stock is sold

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Vauxhall Cascada is no longer available in the UK or Ireland, after it was axed earlier this year.   Vauxhall continued to offer the Cascada while stocks remained, but the decision to withdraw the car from sale was made earlier in the year following poor sales and a renewed focus on SUVs.

Vauxhall reveals new styling direction for 2019 and beyond

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall and Opel cars will get a new, very different and all-encompassing grille and lights design, to underscore their move to the PSA Group and mark their new independence from former owner General Motors. The new frontal treatment, dubbed Vizor, has been created in the Vauxhall-Opel design centre at Rüsselsheim and replaces a style regarded for some time as too conventional.

Vauxhall Corsa GSi priced from £18,995

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall has confirmed that its upcoming Corsa GSi costs from £18,995, making it £1050 more expensive than the comparable Ford Fiesta ST-Line with 138bhp. The sporty Corsa, which is available to order now and due in showrooms this September, does has a 10bhp advantage, however, using the same 1.

Vauxhall Adam Rocks killed by slow sales

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Vauxhall has axed the Adam Rocks S and Adam Rocks Air, SUV-inspired versions of the Adam supermini, in the UK amid slow sales.   In 2017, Vauxhall shifted just 138 Rocks models, despite the rising popularity of SUV-style superminis in recent months.

PSA maps out Vauxhall’s path to profitability

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Opel and Vauxhall have not posted a full-year profit this century, losing about £15 billion in the past 17 years. That represents a catastrophic failure by any measure, but it also highlights just how ambitious the recovery plan set out by new owner the PSA Group is.