The Vauxhall Signum
The reliable Vauxhall Signum was manufactured between 2001 and 2011, and is a mid-sized family car which was manufactured in the UK. It was a popular car in the UK and Europe, and was available in different markets in different countries. It was the first car to be manufactured at Vauxhall’s brand new factory in Luton, England. The Signum was Vauxhall’s first effort at a family car since the late ’80s. It was designed to be both practical and affordable. The Signum was the first car to be manufactured in Vauxhall’s new factory in Luton, England. The factory was designed to be flexible and adaptable, allowing it to produce different models as and when necessary. The Signum was first launched in 2001, and was built on the same platform as the Opel Vectra which had been around since 1997.
The Signum was Vauxhall’s first effort at a family car since the late ’80s. It was designed to be both practical and affordable, with a total of 5 different engines available. It came with a 2 litre turbocharged petrol engine. In 2003 there were 2 new engines available: a 1.8 litre turbo-diesel engine and a 3 litre V6 petrol engine. These were only available on higher spec models however, and none of these engines were available in the UK marke.
The Vauxhall Signum had 5 different engines available over its lifetime; 2 of these were petrol and 3 of them were diesel engines. The 2 petrol engines were 1.8 litres and 2 litres in size respectively, while the three diesel engines were 1.9 litres, 2 litres and 3 litres in size respectively. The 1.8 litre turbo-diesel engine with an intercooler was only available on higher spec models however, and none of these engines were available in the UK market (except for the 1 litre diesel).