The Vauxhall Vectra is a large car centered around family. Your ultimate comfort is always in mind when it comes to the Vauxhall line of cars. Keeping up with any repairs is important to keeping the Vectra alive. Our Vauxhall Vectra workshop manual contains everything you need to get started. It is full of helpful information and easy to read instructions.
The Vectra was first produced in 1988. The first generation was produced until 1995. It came in both a four door saloon style and a five door hatchback design. In 1999 a coupe style was released. In 1990 Vauxhall introduced two four wheel drive versions of the Vectra to the market. In 1993 they also introduced a turbocharged engine to the lineup for some markets. Over the lifespan of the Vectras first generation there were several different engine models available. There was a 2.5L V6 engine, a 1.7 diesel engine, along with several others.
In 1992 the Vectra received a facelift. A new grille was put into place as well as a new design around the tail lamps. In 1993 airbags were introduced for better driver and passenger safety.
The second generation Vectra was produced from 1995 until 2002. At the unveiling a five door estate version was shown for the first time. In 1999 a slight update was done which included new headlights and body color bumpers. There was also some improvement to the handling equipment. The Touring model was introduced and showed off a luxury, sporty side to the Vectra.
The third generation Vauxhall Vectra was in production from 2002 until 2008. It was available as a four door saloon, a five door estate, and a five door hatchback. A 1.8 liter engine was standard in the base models and a 3.2 liter was introduced as well. A 2.0 liter turbocharged engine was offered in small numbers. A facelift was again revealed in 2005 with minor changes.
Keeping up with service on the Vectra is important to keep the car functioning properly. Our Vauxhall Vectra service manual contains all the instructions you need to get started.