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A subsidiary of General Motors since 1924, Vauxhall Motors is a British car manufacturer which has been producing cars since 1903. Since 1980 Vauxhall has shared designs and models with Opel, a GM subsidiary which is aimed at the German market, including popular designs such as the Vauxhall soft top Astra models, which are sold as the Opel Kadett convertible top in Germany.
The Vauxhall Astra convertible top was a strong seller in the UK, frequently posting sales just behind its direct competitor in the family car market, the Ford Escort. In fact, the Astra is the fourth most popular car ever sold in Britain, both with and without the Vauxhall convertible top.
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