Vauxhall Cadet is a popular car, selling at £280 in 16.9 HP Saloon form. It has a 2048-cc 42-bhp engine. Other 1932 Vauxhall offerings are the Eighty and Eighty L (LWB) with 3317-cc power unit. All engines are OHV Sixes. The Cadet is available for export with a 3177-cc 47-bhp engine and is the first major 'fruit' of the take-over of Vauxhall Motors by the General Motors Corporation.