Sell your LHD Vauxhall at We Buy Left Hand Drives


Sell your left hand drive vehicle from the comfort of your home.

Leave any paperwork to us.

We come to you nationwide collection covering all parts of the UK.

We can also collect from France, Spain, Portugal and other European countries.

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Thinking to sell your Left Hand LHD Vauxhall?

Left hand drive LHD Vauxhall

At We Buy Left Hand Drives many car models are bought in daily and the LHD Vauxhall is one of them, We come to you no matter where you are stationed, we come to








Wales, and can arrange a view and collection from you. If the Car is up to standards we make payments on the same day to the seller.

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Types of LHD Vauxhall Cars (Models)

Several Vauxhall models are among the most popular vehicles on the road today. But with such a wide variety of models, it may prove challenging to understand and select the right one. In summary, whether you are interested in a Corsa, Crossland and Grandland, wondering about the pros and cons of the Mokka, or need more information about one of the most popular car brands in the UK, we have it all covered. Some of the most resounding models in the company's modern history include the Equus, Firenza, Frontera, Grandland X, Insignia, Magnum, Mokka, Monaro, Monterey, Meriva, Nova.

Let us begin by exploring how Vauxhall became a prominent name in the automobile industry. (If you prefer to keep away from all the illustrious history of Vauxhall and wish to learn more about the cars, feel free to use the menu on the left.)

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Origin of LHD Vauxhall

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The company was founded in 1857 by Alexander Wilson in Vauxhall, London. The company was initially known as Alex Wilson and Company, later as Vauxhall Iron Works, where pumps and marine engines were manufactured. A five-horsepower model, which was driven by a tiller and featured only two forward gears and no reverse gear, was developed by the company in 1903. This was followed by introducing a more advanced model that could be sold.

During the first decade of the 20th century, the company relocated most of its production to Luton to expand production. From 1907 until the company changed its name to Vauxhall Motors, it continued to trade under the name Vauxhall Iron Works. Sporting models were the company's trademark, but after the First World War, they were more austere in design.

In the thirteenth century, Fulk le Breant, a mercenary who served King John, received the Manor of Luton in return for his services. He is credited with creating the griffin emblem, which is still used today. Additionally, he acquired the right to a tract of land south of the Thames near London through marriage. Vauxhall was the name given to Fulk's Hall, the house he built. Vauxhall Iron Works' coat of arms was adopted to emphasize its connections to the locality. A griffin emblem was returning to its ancestral home when Vauxhall Iron Works relocated to Luton in 1905.

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