- Vauxhall sold 289,301 vehicles in 2013, a 12 per cent rise
- Best-selling manufacturer in December
- Overall Vauxhall market share up to 11.14 per cent
- New Insignia and Zafira number one in respective segments
- British-built Vivaro van sales up by a huge 34 per cent
- Vauxhall is Police fleet market leader with 80 per cent share
Vauxhall rounded off its 110th anniversary year in style with year on year sales up by 12 per cent on 2012, according to figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
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Innovative programmes such as Vauxhall Flexible Finance and Lifetime Warranty helped drive a growth in retail sales to 9.6 per cent with New Insignia and Zafira topping their respective segments.
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Griffin-badged Police cars are a common sight on British roads, so it’s no surprise that Vauxhall is the number one supplier to Police fleets with a substantial 80 per cent market share of competitive segments.
“With sales and market share up, it’s a great way for Vauxhall to celebrate its 110th year of building and selling vehicles in Britain,” said Duncan Aldred, Vauxhall’s Chairman and Managing Director.
“We’re also in the middle of a raft of new engine launches, which will continue for the next two years, making our products more refined, efficient and desirable for customers. One way or another, it’s clear that Vauxhall will be a force to be reckoned with in 2014.”