Motorway are experienced, specialist buyers of Vauxhall cars new and old. We offer market-leading prices for anyone looking to sell a roadworthy Vauxhall and we do all we can to beat competitor quotes of any kind - whether online or via local car dealers or other car buying groups. Vauxhall cars are highly sought after in the used car market being reliable, well-engineered motors, offering superb value for money.
We buy more Vauxhall cars than any other car brand and can buy Vauxhall cars from 1-3 years old to nearly new, as well as ageing models with multiple owners that have seen better days. From a 2014 Vauxhall Corsa, to a just-bought Vauxhall Adam, right up to a Vauxhall Astra or Vauxhall Zafira bought a few years back, you can sell any Vauxhall through us – we aim to buy all Vauxhalls, no matter what the model or year of registration.
Our policy is to do all we can to offer you a better valuation for your Vauxhall than other quotes or prices you may have received online or elsewhere. And we always look to offer you a final price that beats the likes of WeWantAnyCar, Autotrader as well as your local car dealer offering you a part exchange or standalone price. We can take full advantage of the highest prices available via our network of contacts, so our online valuations are often higher than others you may have been given elsewhere online.
Vauxhall is the UK’s second most popular car make, with over 4.1 million Vauxhall cars registered (taxed and roadworthy) on the road as of September 2016 – just behind Ford at 5 million. Vauxhall outnumbers other ubiquitous makes like VW, Citroen, Fiat, Audi and Peugeot. It’s the compact, sporty Corsa that has seen Vauxhall’s popularity soar in recent years – it’s the UK’s second most popular car, just behind the Ford Fiesta.
But beyond the Corsa, from the slick, compact Vauxhall ADAM, to the super-sporty Cascada, to the robust Astra and Insignia, and the awesomely reliable Meriva and Zafira models, the Corsa is no one trick pony in the modern range. Vauxhall have also made huge strides in the modern van market with the Combo and Movano both beginning to challenge the Ford Transit as a default option for tradespeople across the country.
In terms of older Vauxhall models, car fans will remember the Vauxhall Cavalier fondly as well as the Opel Vectra and Opel Corsa, cars that were prevalent across the UK’s busy roads throughout the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Vauxhall fanatics, will also remember cars like the Vauxhall Frontera and Firenza with some fondness. It’s this rich, British automobile legacy throughout the decades which sets Vauxhall apart as a home-grown car make for all ages.
Vauxhall’s origins as a British car manufacturer go back to its formation in 1857 in the London area of Vauxhall. Originally known as Alex Wilson and Company, then Vauxhall Iron Works until 1907, the brand stepped out of its humble origins to quickly become one of the UK’s fastest growing car companies under the Vauxhall name. The company moved to Luton in 1905 where its headquarters still resides, although Vauxhall is now owned by General Motors UK limited, a subsidiary of the GM brand in the US.
Vauxhall has a strong heritage of designing cars specifically for the British market, and models such as the Astra, Corsa and Cavalier are some of the biggest selling cars the UK has ever seen. However, while Vauxhall is affiliated with the Europe-orientated German Adam Opel AG company, ultimately it is owned by General Motors.
General Motors (GM) brand’s size and scope is quite staggering. Globally, General Motors produces cars in 37 different countries under twelve different brands. They include the following marques: Buick, Chevrolet, GMC, Cadillac, Vauxhall, Holden, Opel, HSV, Wuling, Ravon, Jie Fang and Baojun.
Here are some of the more recent Vauxhall models we have purchased from Motorway customers recently, however, please be aware we buy all makes and models of Vauxhall: