Messy carpets, muddy boots, dirty doorsills - it all adds up to a pretty typical picture of winter motoring. So anything that can help to keep your car in good condition must be worth considering, and Vauxhall has come up with a Car Protection Pack that does just that.
For just £99 fully fitted, you can treat your pride and joy to a set of velour carpet mats, a cargo liner and front mud flaps.
Made from hard wearing plastic, the cargo liners are sculptured to the floor of the boot to protect the carpet from muddy boots, dirty clothes and other wet items that can mark the carpet. Raised edges prevent water and mud escaping into the boot. Easy to wipe clean, they save time spent vacuuming the carpet and are easily installed and removed.
Tailored to fit neatly into the foot wells, the velour floor mats help to protect the carpet from grit and mud off your shoes. They have a fixing system on both the driver and passenger side to keep the mats safely in place and stop slippage. The Protection Pack also includes rear passenger mats.
Front mud flaps provide invaluable all-year-round protection for the doorsills and lower edges of the bodywork from stone chips, tar deposits and road grime. They are made of plastic and are contoured to fit neatly around the rear edge of the wheel arches.
These Protection Packs represent a saving of more than 15 per cent on the cost of buying the items separately. They are available for most models in the Vauxhall range, including Agila, Corsa, Astra, Meriva, Zafira, Vectra and Signum. They can be supplied and fitted by all participating Vauxhall retailers in the UK.
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