The Vauxhall Cadet is an automobile produced by Vauxhall from 1930 to 1933. It was an entirely new model announced by Vauxhall on 6 October 1930. The first Vauxhall priced below £300, it was intended to supplement the existing 24 h.p. 20-60 thereafter to be known as the Vauxhall Eighty. When exported it was usually supplied with a 27 h.p. engine and named VX. The first truly new Vauxhall since General Motors’ purchase of the business in 1925, it was an American-style car with certain local amendments.