Ad provided by Google
Pay with paypal
Approved
Save money
Fast delivery

Join over 5 million customers

Have you ever owned a Vauxhall Senator? Did you have to replace any parts on this vehicle? If so, then we would love to hear about your experience of this vehicle. Also let us know how any of the replacement parts performed when fitted to the car. Write your review in the comments box at the bottom of the page.

Vauxhall Senator Overview

The Vauxhall Senator is classed as a full size luxury car which was produced by the British automobile manufacturing company Vauxhall Motors. Vauxhall Motors is the UK subsidiary of the German automobile manufacturing company Opel. This car was in production from 1978 to 1993 over two generations. This vehicle is marketed under several different names across the world, including: Daewoo Imperial and Chevrolet Senator. These cars are very spacious and comfortable. They are also good performers which were commonly used in the police force in the UK. They handle really well and are well equipped. They were known for their electrical problems. Does this sound anything like your experience of this car?

History

The first generation (1978-86) was sold in the UK as the Vauxhall Royale for the saloon version and the Vauxhall Royale Coupe for the fastback coupe version. This vehicle was originally a stretched version of the Vauxhall Rekord. In 1982 this vehicle had a facelift and was marketed as the Opel senator in the UK. In 1984 the Opel brand was phased out in the UK, and the Vauxhall Senator name was used for the first time.

The second generation (1987-93) Senator was a stretched out Vauxhall Omega, and these cars were known for being extremely well equipped. In 1989 a 24V version was released, which became very popular in the UK Police force. In 1983 it was decided to discontinue the Senator as the new Omega planned for release in 1984 would cover the luxury class for Vauxhall.

Model Types

Standard trim
E
S
CD

Fuel Economy

The Vauxhall Senator was available in 2.0, 2.5, 2.6, 2.8, 3.0 and 4.0L petrol engines. The smaller 2.0L engine was the most economical of these engines. Which engine did you have and how did it perform economically? The age, fuel type and engine size are determining factors when considering fuel economy on any motor vehicle.

Transmission

The Vauxhall Senator had either a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual gearbox available on the second generation, and 3-speed automatic and 4-speed manual on the first generation. Which gearbox did you have and how did you rate its performance? You can have a look at the Vauxhall gearbox section of our website to locate the gearbox parts you need for your Senator.

Parts

If you are experiencing problems with Senator parts and looking for replacement then you are in the right place. Check out our Senator problems page to find the solutions to the problems. We want to help you find the exact part you are looking for at incredibly low prices. Our comprehensive network of UK Breakers has parts available for all makes and models. Check out our Senator parts page or enter your vehicle details in our part finder to find the parts you are looking for.