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Recent Vauxhall part requests

  • Model Year Part Time
  • ASTRA SRI 2011 WING (PASSENGER SIDE) 15:50
  • MERIVA EXCLUSIV A/C 2012 ALTERNATOR 15:27
  • VECTRA VVT LIFE 2007 WIPER LINKAGE 15:16
  • ASTRA SRI XP 2009 CATALYTIC CONVERTER 15:14
  • ANTARA EXCLUSIV 2012 OIL CAP 15:13
  • VIVARO DI 2700 SWB 2003 ALTERNATOR 15:11
  • CORSA 1999 WING (PASSENGER SIDE) 14:57
  • ZAFIRA ELITE CDTI 2010 ENGINE (DIESEL BARE) 14:47
  • VECTRA VVT EXCLUSIV 2008 BUMPER (REAR) 14:39
  • VECTRA VVT LIFE 2007 BUMPER (FRONT) 14:29
  • VIVARO DI 2900 SWB 2006 WIPER MOTOR (FRONT) 13:48
  • ASTRA SRI 2018 GRILLE 12:55
  • ASTRA CDTI CLUB 2007 BOOST PRESSURE VALVE 12:51
  • CORSA BREEZE 2008 FRONT SLAM 12:08
  • CORSA BREEZE 2008 FRONT RIGHT SLAM PANEL 11:59
  • MERIVA CLUB 16V 2010 WIPER LINKAGE 11:53

About Vauxhall Cars

Vauxhall was founded in 1957 by Scottish Engineer Alexander Wilson in Dusian Road, Vauxhall, London. Originally named Alex Wilson and Company, it was renamed in 1897 to Vauxhall Iron Works. They originally built marine engines and pumps. The first car was built in 1903 and cost £136. It had just five horsepower and was steered by a tiller and had two forward gear and no reverse.

In 1905 production was expanding and the company moved most of its production to Luton. They continued to trade under the Vauxhall Iron Works until 1907 until the name Vauxhall Motors was adopted.

In 1911 to C-Type was produced. This was later to be know as Prince Henry. It was a door less four seater and was the first sports car from a British manufacture.

By 1924 Vauxhall pulled out of motor sport to concentrate on every day cars. In 1925 Vauxhall Motors became an owed subsidiary of General Motors which led to a big expansion. In 1931 the first commercial vehicle, The Bedford, came into production. During the second world was Churchill tanks and Bedford trucks were produced.

With most families in the 1960s now able to afford a car, Vauxhall enjoyed a boom starting with the Viva. Then in 1975 came the Cavalier followed by the Astra in 1979. Other top sellers include the Corsa, Vectra, Zafira and the Insignia.

Vauxhall Breakers

Our car breakers have quoted on 12445 used Vauxhall parts in the last 30 days. Popular part requests during that time have been for replacement bumper (front), bumper (rear), alloy wheel (single front), gearbox (manual) and engine (diesel complete). Quotes have ranged from £12.00 for a Vauxhall Corsa Sxi Cdti 16v starter motor to £2195.00 for a Vauxhall Astra GTc Sport S/s engine. There are currently 3428531 Vauxhalls left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Vauxhall in 2018 were bumper (front), bumper (rear), gearbox (manual), bonnets and engine (petrol complete).

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