Slashed Deposits Make Vauxhall 0% Finance Deals Even Better Value

Vauxhall is making it even easier for private buyers to put a new car on their drive for Christmas.

The highly successful 0% finance scheme covering specified models from the Corsa and Astra range has seen its minimum deposit cut to 20 per cent from the former 40 per cent.

That means, for example, that buyers can have a Corsa Club 1.0 litre model for a deposit of just £1600. There are then three years free of interest.

And more: Vauxhall is adding a year's free insurance for buyers aged between 21 and 80. For those under 21, the company will give a £500 subsidy towards the insurance cost.

The amazing deals are available on orders placed by 2 December on:

Zafira Comfort and Elegance models also benefit from the 20 per cent deposit/0% over three years finance. The Zafira GSi turbo, the fastest MPV in Europe, is also available with free finance, although the deposit remains at 40 per cent. The other top performer in the Vauxhall stable, the VX220 super sports car, is available in 2.2 litre-engined form with 0% finance and a deposit of £7500. Agila, the smallest family car from Vauxhall, comes with three years of free servicing.

Says Bill Parfitt, executive director sales and marketing: "We are making a lot of new friends out there in the market place with our exciting range of cars and our finance deals. These improved offers will ensure that our increased sales this year will continue."

Offers may differ in Northern Ireland, where customers should seek advice from their local dealer.


Published : 14/11/02 Author : Melanie Carter

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