Founded in 1857 as a pump and marine engine manufacturer, Vauxhall is now known as one of the oldest vehicle manufacturers in the UK. Vauxhall's wide range of cars offers something for everyone, from small city cars like the Corsa to popular hatchbacks like the Astra.
Vauxhall built its first car in 1903, and was acquired by General Motors in 1925. Today Vauxhall’s range is almost identical to Opel, the German subsidiary of General Motors.
A high number of Vauxhall vehicles are built in Russelsheim, Germany, as well as in Spain and Poland. Up to 80% of Vauxhall cars made in the UK are exported, mostly under the Opel brand name.
Below we’ve pulled together information on past and present Vauxhall models. This also includes an average car insurance price for each car across different age groups. These prices are an average based on all specifications of that model, and all our customer quotes from 1/1/17 – 30/06/17. This includes different locations, driving background and other factors. Your own quote could be cheaper or more expensive depending on your personal circumstances.
With it's funky looks, the Adam is aimed at fashionistas looking for a nippy, city car. Most of the models in the Adam range typically feature in lower insurance groups. Based on previous quotes, 21 – 25 year olds could get a premium from around £869*.
|Vauxhall Adam||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Energised||1.2||2||D - G|
|Unlimited||1.0 - 1.4||2 - 10||B - G|
|Jam||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 10||C - G|
Not only is the Agila one of Vauxhall's cheapest models, but it also tends to fall under lower insurance groups. It also sits among the lower tax bands, making it a good run-around for city driving.
You could get insurance for around £967* if you’re aged 26 – 30.
|Vauxhall Agila||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Expression||1.0||4 - 5||B - C|
|Club||1.0 - 1.3||4 - 11||C - F|
||1.0 - 1.2||6 - 9||B - E|
|Design||1.2 - 1.3||8 - 12||C - F|
|SE||1.2||10||C - E|
European Car of the Year 2012 winner the Ampera was the UK’s first plug-in hybrid to be offered for sale in the U.K. Powered by GM’s Voltec hybrid propulsion, the Ampera can travel up to 50 miles on electricity alone without taking into account the petrol engine. Those aged 46 – 50 could look to pay around £332* for insurance.
|Vauxhall Ampera||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Electron||1.0 - 1.4||21||A|
From the 1.3-litre Hatchback to the 2.0l GTC Coupé, Astra’s latest models are well built with a range of efficient petrol and diesel engine options. All of which could impact the insurance premium you can expect to pay. Drivers aged 31 – 35 could be looking at yearly premium of around £909*.
|Vauxhall Astra||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Saloon (98-04)||1.6 - 2.0||9 - 17||D - K|
|Coupe (00-04)||1.8 - 2.2||17 - 33||G - K|
||1.3-2.0||9 - 32||C - K|
|Convertible (01-05)||1.6 - 2.2||17 - 33||G - K|
|Sport Hatch (05-10)||1.4 - 2.0||10 - 34||C - K|
|Twin Top (06-10)||1.6 - 2.0||11 - 32||G - L|
|Hatchback (09-15)||1.3 - 2.0||7 - 26||A - H|
|Sports Tourer (10-15)||1.3 - 2.0||9 - 26||A - H|
|GTC Coupe (11 on)||1.4 - 2.0||13 - 35||B - J|
This practical and economical supermini has become a popular choice for families, learners and new drivers. With a small engine size varying between 1.0l and 1.6l on its latest models, it typically comes under lower insurance group and tax bands. Those aged 31 – 35 may be looking at paying around £967* for insurance.
|Vauxhall Corsa||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Life||1.2 - 1.4||2 - 6||A - D|
|Design||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 9||A - H|
|Sting||1.0 - 1.4||2 - 11||C - G|
|Sting R||1.0||11||C - G|
|Excite||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - E|
|SRI||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 10||A - H|
|Sri Vx-line||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - H|
|Energy||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 12||A - H|
|Limited Edition||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 13||C - G|
|Red Edition||1.4||19||E - H|
|SE||1.0 - 1.4||3 - 10||A - H|
|Elite||1.0 - 1.4||8 - 11||A - H|
Vauxhall's current Insignia range has options to suit the economically-minded, like the 1.4l Exclusiv. Or there’s the 2.0l VXR for those who are seeking a powerful, high-performance driving experience. According to previous quotes, you could be paying close to £822* if you’re aged 31 – 35.
|Vauxhall Insignia||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Hatchback||1.4 - 2.0||14 - 38||A - M|
|Saloon||1.4 - 2.0||16 - 32||A - M|
||1.4 - 2.0||15 - 38||B - M|
|VXR||2.8||36 - 38||L - M|
If you need a flexible, practical and economical family car, then the Vauxhall Meriva could be right up your street. It has a fairly low engine size on its latest models, and it typically comes under lower insurance groups and tax bands. You could get insurance for around £553* if you’re aged 46 – 50.
|Vauxhall Meriva||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Expression||1.4||7 - 9||E - F|
|S||1.3 - 1.7||6 - 17||B - H|
||1.3 - 1.4||6 - 12||D - F|
|Active||1.3 - 1.4||6 - 11||D - F|
|Energy||1.3 - 1.4||5 - 13||D - E|
|Exclusiv||1.3 - 1.7||6 - 17||A - H|
|SE||1.4 - 1.7||9 - 17||A - H|
|Tech line||1.3 - 1.6||5 - 16||B - F|
The Mokka is Vauxhall’s answer to the rapidly-expanding compact crossover market. It may also have a slight edge with its relatively low price and insurance group rankings. The Mokka will cost close to £391* to insure for those aged 46 – 50.
|Vauxhall Mokka||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Exclusiv||1.4 - 1.7||6 - 15||B - G|
|Limited Edition||1.4 - 1.6||12 - 15||C - F|
|Tech Line||1.4 - 1.7||5 - 14||B - G|
The Omega is available with a wide range of engine options, ranging from the 2.0l GLS Estate to the 3.2l MV6 Saloon. This means that premiums can vary, although it would generally sit at a higher insurance group range. Those aged 21 – 25 may have to fork out around £2,653* for their insurance.
|Vauxhall Omega||Typical Insurance Group*|
|GLS||2.0 - 2.6||25 - 31||J - K|
||2.0 - 2.6||27 - 31||J - K|
|CDX||2.0 - 2.6||27 - 33||J - K|
|MV6||2.6 - 3.2||32 - 33||K|
|Elite||2.2 - 3.2||27 - 34||J - K|
Although the Tigra is classed as a sports car, it doesn't come with sports car costs. The Tigra ranges from the 1.3l Standard Trim model to the 1.8l Sport Rouge. This puts it in the typical 16 to 26 insurance group range, and a D to I tax band. To insure a Tigra for a year, those aged 46 – 50 may be paying around £579*.
|Vauxhall Tigra||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Standard trim||1.3 - 1.4||16 - 18||D - F|
|Sport||1.3 - 1.8||18 - 25||D - I|
||1.3 - 1.8||18 - 26||D - I|
|Air||1.3 - 1.4||15 - 17||D - F|
|Exclusiv||1.3 - 1.8||18 - 26||D - I|
You can find the Vectra in a wide range of different insurance groups: it could be classed from as low as 15 for some of its models, and as high as 36 for the VXR range. Generally speaking, the higher the insurance group, the higher the premium. But other factors such as engine size, security features and power will contribute towards the price. The Vectra could cost £603* to insure for those aged 56 – 60.
|Vauxhall Vectra||Typical Insurance Group*|
|Club||1.8 - 1.9||18 - 22||G - J|
|Life||1.8 - 1.9||18||G - J|
||1.8 - 1.9||15||G - J|
|Design||1.8 - 2.2||17||G - J|
|SRi||1.8 - 3.0||17 - 19||G - K|
|Elite||1.9 - 3.0||22 - 29||G - M|
|VXR||2.8||36||K - M|
Manufactured with usability and value for money in mind, the Viva may just be someone’s idea of the perfect city car. A small engine and insurance group bracket means the Viva can have a relatively-low running cost. Those aged 36 – 40 could be paying close to £525* for their yearly premium.
|Vauxhall Viva||Typical Insurance Group*|
|SE||1.0||3 - 4||A - F|
|SL||1.0||4||B - F|
The Zafira is generally considered to be a well-built, well-priced MPV with low servicing costs. Most of its models typically range between insurance groups 10 and 23. Based on previous quotes, 21 – 25 year olds could get a premium from around £1,538*.
|Vauxhall Zafira||Typical Insurance Group*|
|ES||1.8 - 2.0||11 - 15||C - H|
|Exclusiv||1.4 - 2.0||14 - 22||B - H|
|Tech Line||1.4 - 2.0||14 - 21||B - I|
|SE||1.4 - 2.0||15 - 22||B - I|
|SRi||1.4 - 2.0||15 - 22||B - I|
|Elite||1.4 - 2.0||15 - 22||B - I|