Vauxhall was the number biggest-selling car manufacturer in Scotland last year.
The British company, whose headquarters are in Luton, attributed much of the success to the finance options available such as the personal contract payments (PCPs).
The outgoing Vauxhall Corsa was the best selling vehicle in Scotland at retail with over 10,000 sold.
We are delighted to be Scotland’s biggest-selling car manufacturer for the seventh year running,” said Gordon Hannen, Vauxhall’s Regional Operations Manager for Scotland. “We are confident the new 2015 Corsa, in showrooms now, can regain its position at the top of the Scottish car charts.”
Vauxhall was founded by a Scottish marine engineer named Alexander Wilson in 1857 and was origionally named Alex Wilson and Company.