The Cavalier proved to be a major turning point for Vauxhall – the Opel Ascona-based saloon proved the perfect weapon for the Luton manufacturer to go Cortina fighting. Like the Chevette, it was well-engineered, handled well and was great on the motorway, but the larger car also had the benefit of being offered with an engine range spanning 1.3- to 2.0-litres. Luton built cars were more prone to corrosion than their Belgian counterparts, but all were leagues ahead of earlier models – even if it was at the expense of their ‘Britishness’
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The VAUXHALL Cavalier Mk1 release date is to be announced on Saloon.