Satellite navigation is of growing importance for business users, as more and more companies recognise the hidden costs and lost working hours that come from poor route planning.
So an offer of free satellite navigation on some 2004 model year Vauxhall Astravan 1.7CDTi Envoy models, while stocks last, is simply too good to miss.
Says Vauxhall commercial vehicles brand manager Steve Bryant: "Many vans have claimed to combine the safety, performance and handling of a car with the load carrying attributes and functionality of a dedicated van, but none has delivered so convincingly as Astravan. It's no surprise that it has the reputation of being the ‘drivers’ van of choice’ and remains one of the most popular vans around. Satellite navigation can only maintain that great reputation."
While stocks last the offer is available to most customers, from just £10,660 (list price ex VAT) - or from £35 a week with Vauxhall Leasing’s extremely competitive contract hire rate.
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