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Vauxhall is offering a year's insurance-free motoring to all new pre-facelift Vauxhall Corsa customers this month, topped up with a range of attractive finance deals and zero-deposit offers that make the Corsa a must-see choice for buyers after the best new-reg deal in town.
Customers can choose between a number of Vauxhall finance deals including a three-year zero per cent finance deal or a supported personal contract hire plan, where a Vauxhall Corsa SXi costs just £195 a month with only a £575 deposit.
The offer is available on pre-facelift Vauxhall Corsas, on trim levels including Exclusiv and SRi. For drivers after a higher spec, a limited edition Vauxhall Corsa could be theirs for just £348 on a zero per cent deal.
Young Corsa drivers will really benefit from the deal, saving up to £2,300 a year on insurance, and spreading the cost over three, interest-free years. For example, a Vauxhall Corsa S offers a bank balance-friendly three-year zero per cent finance option with no deposit and free insurance for one year. So, choose an S model Vauxhall Corsa and pay only £324 per month.
These new Vauxhall offers come as the rising cost of car insurance puts increasing pressure on motorists, especially young drivers who have seen a 51 per cent rise in insurance over the last 12 months.
"Insurance continues to rise, so for young drivers it's an especially tough climate in which to run a car," said Peter Hope, Vauxhall's Marketing Director. "This new offer makes the Corsa, which is already price-competitive in its class, even more affordable to own."
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