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Performance Vauxhall

April - May 2019

Britain’s one and only Vauxhall-dedicated performance car magazine is the enthusiast’s Bible, featuring the best modified Vauxhalls around, expert technical advice, step-by-step DIY guides and the last word in tuning and styling.

United Kingdom
Kelsey Publishing Group
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Subscriber benefits:Receive your first 3 issues for£5Continue to save 38%*off the cover priceEach issue delivered directly to your doorNever miss an issue of the world’s greatest gadget magazineJUST £1.66 PERISSUEONLINE AT shop.kelsey.co.uk/STUXO1 BY PHONE 01959543 747 and quote STUX01 Mon-Fri8am-6pm. Calls charged at your standard network rate.Terms and conditions: Offer available for UK Direct Debit customers only. You will pay£5for your first 3 issues then continue to pay £19.99 every 6months. For overseas rates please visit Shop.kelsey.co.uk/stuff. Offer closes 30 April 2019. *Full UK subscription rate for 13 issues is£64.87, USA&EU£78, ROW£85.…

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performance vauxhall

PERFORMANCE VAUXHALL MAGAZINEKelsey Media, Cudham Tithe Barn, Berrys Hill,Cudham, Kent TN16 3AGFacebook: facebook.com/PerformanceVauxhallMagTwitter: @PerformanceVauxEDITORIALEditor: Dan Furr, pv.ed@kelsey.co.ukTwitter: @DanFurrArt Editor: Julian JeffersonCONTRIBUTORSDan Sherwood, Emma Woodcock, Ade Brannan, Sharon Horsley, Si McNally, Jakob Ebrey, Peter Aldridge, Jamie King, James LipmanADVERTISEMENT SALESAdvertising Manager: David LerpiniereTelephone: 01732 445325Email: david.lerpiniere@talkmediasales.co.ukPRODUCTIONProduction Supervisor: Simon Warby, 01733 362702Team Leader: Melanie Cooper, 01733 362701MANAGEMENTManaging Director: Phil WeedenChief Executive: Steve WrightChairman: Steve AnnettsFinance Director: Joyce Parker-SariogluRetail Distribution Manager: Eleanor BrownAudience Development Manager: Andy CottonBrand Marketing Manager: Debra HaggerSubscription Marketing Executive: Bronwyn SouthrenEvents Manager: Kat ChappellPublishing Operations Manager: Charlotte WhittakerSenior Print Production Manager: Nicola PollardPrint Production Manager: Georgina HarrisPrint Production Controller: Alicia Stewart…

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time shift

SUBSCRIBE TO PERFORMANCE VAUXHALL SEE PAGE 58 FOR DETAILSIt barely seems possible I’m writing an introduction to our two-hundredth issue, but here I am doing exactly that! Eighteen years ago, the preproduction edition of the magazine (then named Total Vauxhall) was put together. Response to the title was overwhelmingly positive, leading to the first full issue hitting newsstands in September 2001. The Vauxhall scene and the publishing industry has changed massively since that time, but the world’s only magazine dedicated to modified Vauxhall and Opel cars is still here. It’s an amazing achievement, and I’m proud to have played my part in ensuring Performance Vauxhall remains popular in the present.To celebrate this significant milestone, the magazine in your hands (or on your tablet!) focuses on what was popular when we…

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in the beginning…

THEN& NOWSwirl and tumble down the wormhole, eyes fixed on our very first issue. Swim back, back past almost two decades of the brightest paintwork and the tightest builds in Vauxhall history. Back past the name change, back to the days when the eye-popping VX220 was the fresh young thing of the minute. against a culture of optimism and government-funded big-tops, the nascent millennium boasts one more Griffin-focused development: the launch of an all-new magazine dedicated to Vauxhall and opel car culture.After months of planning and positive reaction to a pre-production teaser, our first issue (back then we were known as Total Vauxhall) was packed with great Griffins and equally brilliant Blitz-badged beasts. It reached its first readers in autumn 2001, and on page seventy-four, over six sheets of chat…

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vauxhall teases peek of new corsa

Vauxhall has released a teaser image of the allnew Corsa, one of the most hotly anticipated new cars to go on sale in 2019. The new supermini will take Electric Vehicle (EV) motoring into the mainstream with a battery-powered model, an exciting development intended to sit alongside traditional combustion engine variants in the Corsa line-up.The new model’s IntelliLux LED headlights are a segment first, providing drivers with adaptive, glare-free illumination. This pioneering technology is ordinarily only fitted to premium-spec Astras and Insignias. It’s a clever system, where oncoming traffic and the car in front are simply ‘cut out’ of the illuminated area, thereby promoting optimum visibility.“As a British brand since 1903, Vauxhall is the UK’s oldest car maker, and one recognised for its work presenting cuttingedge automotive technology at an…

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cavaliers, chevettes and cadets

2019 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Cavalier and Chevette Club. As part of a wider plan of ongoing celebration, the club has launched what it calls Cadet membership, which as the name suggests, is an effort to get young Vauxhall fans involved in the world of classic cars. “We’d like to encourage more youngsters to go out and purchase a Cavalier or Chevette,” explains Club Chairman, Kevin Bricknall. “My hope is that a new generation of owners will help protect and preserve the future of these brilliant Vauxhalls, now fast becoming modern classics.”A Cavalier or Chevette makes an excellent first car for anyone looking for low-cost, reliable fun on four wheels in a package well suited to the budding home mechanic. “They’re simple to work on and parts are…