If you owned or leased a diesel Vauxhall vehicle since 2008, you might be entitled to thousands of pounds compensation!

Our quick assessment can determine if you're eligible to make a claim

This is a no win, no fee claim process. This means that if you do not receive any compensation for your claim, you will not owe anything.
Unlike most companies, we are accepting claimants based in England and Wales only
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Speak to one of our experienced advisors who will advise how likely you are to be successful

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Once started, we will handle the whole process on your behalf and update you with the outcome - no win, no fee!

We’ll make things right

We estimate that over 1 million owners in the UK have purchased a vehicle which has been fitted with a ‘defeat device’ or is subject to a voluntary software update.

We consider that it’s unacceptable that customers have been sold vehicles which do not comply with emissions regulations. 

As well as the environmental and ethical reasons for holding Vauxhall to account, there’s also the very real possibility that owners have overpaid for a vehicle which doesn’t comply with emissions regulations and that now needs to be fixed. 

It may also be the case that the fix itself has consequences to the fuel consumption and performance of your vehicle. 

We have received a significant amount of interest since launching this claim service and we suggest you complete our 30-second check today, to see if you are eligible to join the claim.

Your Health Is Important

We believe Vauxhall’s deliberate disregard of the EU Emissions Regulations has led to increased levels of toxic nitrogen dioxide pollution which has been found to be harmful to children, adults and cause premature death.

Affects Performance

Owners of these affected vehicles report that their vehicle has not performed as efficiently as expected and, in some cases, incurred higher than anticipated running and maintenance costs, including higher fuel costs.

Bad For The Environment

Higher levels of nitrogen dioxide pollution is toxic to the environment. Nitrogen dioxide is an air pollutant, it contributes to the formation of photochemical smog, which has a significant impact on the world we live in and wildlife.

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