Vauxhall has apologised to customers for a car fault which has led to hundreds of fires across the country.Read the full story ›
A campaign led by two women from Devon has resulted in a second recall of thousands of Vauxhall Zafiras.Read the full story ›
Vauxhall has announced a second recall for its Zafira B model. Here is what you need to know if you are a car owner.Read the full story ›
The manufacturer described the latest recall as "preventative action" and said car owners will receive a letter with more information.Read the full story ›
Vauxhall is recalling 220,000 Zafira B cars after unexplained fires, and a campaign by two women in Plymouth whose cars burst into flames.Read the full story ›
Car manufacturer Vauxhall has announced it's going to recall models of its Zafira B range - after more than 150 reports of the cars catching fire.
A mother from Wiltshire has been describing how her baby son was nearly killed when her Zafira exploded.
Two Plymouth woman have been campaigning for Vauxhall to investigate, after their cars spontaneously burst into flames earlier this year.
The Zafira B was produced between 2005 and 2014.
Announcing the recall, the chairman of Vauxhall has said all those affected will be contacted.
"We fully understand the seriousness of the situation and customers' personal concerns about safety."
"We will write to all affected owners, check and repair their cars and make them safe to operate where necessary."
This video shows Lisa Taperek's burning Vauxhall Zafira just after she pulled her baby from it - the latest case of these cars exploding.Read the full story ›
Two women from Plymouth who've forced Vauxhall to carry out an investigation into a series of mystery fires in one of their models say they've been contacted by dozens of other people about problems they've had.
Sue Freemantle and Claire Wheatley began their campaign following fires in their 2007 Zafiras - but say people have reported fires in models dating back to 2003.
Many of you have also got in touch with us via our Facebook page to report problems.
Our Vauxhall Zafira caught fire in a petrol station - from smoke to flames in under three minutes - that's not a long time to get two or three kids out of a car when panic sets in, or worse, someone with a disability.
We will always be grateful for the fire brigade - no one was hurt.
Clive Stevens from Penryn sent us a picture of his Zafira going up in flames.
Mine went up in June this year, I think it was an electrical fault, due to having just put on the screen blowers - but now I wonder
Dawn Ingham has also had problems, but with an 08 model of the Zafira. Here it is in flames on her drive:
And this was what happened to a Zafira belonging to the Darke family from Crownhill in Plymouth:
Our car never had any problems beforehand. It was running smoothly and had a full service history. We were told it was an electrical fault.
"We are aware of reports concerning vehicle fires involving right-hand drive versions and have begun an internal investigation to determine the root causes of these fires. The safety of our customers is our number one priority."