- Savings of up to £3350
- Zero per cent finance deals
- Free insurance offers on Corsa
Do dark mornings just make you want to stay in bed? Well, Vauxhall has the perfect cure… its superb range of brand new customer offers, available until 14 December this year.
With savings of well over £3000 available on some models as well as zero per cent finance for up to four years on others and even free insurance on more still, getting out from under the duvet has never been more appealing.
Vauxhall, in association with its finance arm, has created a plethora of customer savings to appeal to those who choose Vauxhall’s excellent finance package, Choices.
Take the Corsa Life 1.0i 12v 3dr as an example - with these new offers it costs just £6695 with a year’s free insurance, an irresistible offer. Families interested in a new car will be happy to learn that the Meriva Life, powered by the 1.4 engine is available for the bargain sum of £8995, saving the customer over £2500, while the Zafira Life in 1.6 format costs just £11,995 - a massive customer saving of £3350. And the acclaimed new Astra Life also features in the savings bonanza, costing just £10,995 - surely the deal of the year.
And there’s also great news for those looking to buy a great car with the added bonus of four, three or two years’ zero per cent finance.
Continuing the momentum of its fabulous offers through the summer, Vauxhall is offering four years’ zero per cent on Zafira Energy and Vectra Energy - plus a £1000 customer saving for Zafira Energy buyers. In addition, the manufacturer is also offering three year zero per cent finance deals on selected Corsa, Meriva, Zafira, Vectra, Astra Coupe, Astra Convertible and Signum models, meaning that there really is a zero per cent deal to suit every wish-list. And, there’s also a two year zero per cent finance available on New Astra - unmissable.
Finally, Vauxhall’s super-popular free insurance deal continues, with the company offering drivers aged from 21-80 a year’s free insurance when they buy a Corsa Life, Active, Energy, SXi or Exclusiv.
With all these offers, surely the question buyers should be asking is why not invest in a Vauxhall - they won’t be disappointed.Published 5 October 2004