The Vauxhall Vectra is a large family car range that was launched into the market in 1995 by the British automaker. Spanning three generations, the range was discontinued in 2008. The range is also known in other countries under the nameplates; Opel Vectra, Holden Vectra, Chevrolet Ventra and the Vauxhall Cavalier. A popular range, there have been several improvements made to the design and engineering of the model, so that it keeps u with market demands. Also, the vehicle contains a spacious interior with plenty of legroom for passengers, ideal as a family car. Available with a wide variety of petrol and diesel engines, although the diesel is the favourite choice. Offered in different power outputs, the diesel engines are the; 1.7 litre turbodiesel, 1.9 litre CDTi, 2.0 litre diesel, 2.2 litre diesel and the 3.0 litre V6 CDTi diesel motor. Each of these diesel engines deliver sharper driving and tidy handling so that the vehicle is easy to drive. In all, the Vauxhall Vectra is a family car range that offers practicality, efficiency and strong diesel engines.