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Corsa 1.4 3dr Energy PCP - £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange - Just £139.00 per month - £139 Deposit @ Go Vauxhall

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A Brand New Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 3dr Energy PCP - £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange - Just £139 per month - £139 Deposit - with our Fantastic PCP Offer! For a Limited Time only you COULD receive £4,000 mi…
J4Y_B Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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offer has expired. T&C vehicle must be ordered
before 30th June 2016
Zontes
J4Y_B
I appreciate your views on residuals however I would like to add that:
a) your theories are based on massive consumer uptake on electric/hybrid cars and;
b) some people (irrespective of age) actually prefer combustion engines so despite the increased availability of electric cars, the vast majority of the population will not be driving a "brand new cars" - either by choice or affordability.
Personally I need a bigger car but for those who want a cheap car new car but are "anti-leasing" this is a good alternative especially if you get £4K for your old banger.
I like leasing as it serves a good purpose depending on personal circumstances. I always opt for buying (in cash) myself as I like to fully own my assets (even though diminishing ones like cars) but none the less I hope this helps someone.
@Zontes - if you can find me an approved used Corsa 1.4 Energy, no more than 3 years old with 15-18K on the clock for £4.5K I'd be very grateful. Cheapest I found this exact car on Autotrader was £6,489 directly from Vauxhall with 14,301 on the clock - '13 plate. I don't see Vauxhall giving a £2k discount to anyone on this.
Cheers.
Don't buy a 'Vauxhall Approved' car, it is a load of cobblers. Buy one privately with FSH and save yourself a load of cash. If you insist on buying one from a main dealer, be prepared to be seriously shafted.

Cool...8)

http://www.motoringresearch.com/car-news/vauxhall-corsa-riskiest-used-car-purchase
J4Y_B
I appreciate your views on residuals however I would like to add that:
a) your theories are based on massive consumer uptake on electric/hybrid cars and;
b) some people (irrespective of age) actually prefer combustion engines so despite the increased availability of electric cars, the vast majority of the population will not be driving a "brand new cars" - either by choice or affordability.
Personally I need a bigger car but for those who want a cheap car new car but are "anti-leasing" this is a good alternative especially if you get £4K for your old banger.
I like leasing as it serves a good purpose depending on personal circumstances. I always opt for buying (in cash) myself as I like to fully own my assets (even though diminishing ones like cars) but none the less I hope this helps someone.
@Zontes - if you can find me an approved used Corsa 1.4 Energy, no more than 3 years old with 15-18K on the clock for £4.5K I'd be very grateful. Cheapest I found this exact car on Autotrader was £6,489 directly from Vauxhall with 14,301 on the clock - '13 plate. I don't see Vauxhall giving a £2k discount to anyone on this.
Cheers.
Don't buy a 'Vauxhall Approved' car, it is a load of cobblers. Buy one privately with FSH and save yourself a load of cash. If you insist on buying one from a main dealer, be prepared to be seriously shafted.
dogbert682
Apologies for the ignorance, but is it the case that I can get £4000 part ex for my old car so in the end it effectively costs me £5404? (my current car is probably worth less than £1000)

Hi Dogbert685 - you could get £4K for your old car then you pay 139 deposit and 139 a month for 3 years. Total cost (after final optional payment of 4400) is £9404. If you give the car back after 3 years it costs you £5004 so £1,668 per year.

Thanks.
Apologies for the ignorance, but is it the case that I can get £4000 part ex for my old car so in the end it effectively costs me £5404? (my current car is probably worth less than £1000)
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Vauxhall Astra LE 1.6 15Reg Pre-Registered Bargain!!! £11,995.00 (RRP: £18,535 - SAVE £6,540!!) @ Go Vauxhall

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Go Vauxhall have released this offer... I know every car gets slated on HUKD but I think this is a scorcher of a price.... Vauxhall Astra 1.6 Manual Limited Edition New/RRP is: £18,535 However
Firefly1 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago156 Comments
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Don't suppose anyone knows whether a OnePlus One phone will sync via Bluetooth to this car?
indyjukebox
Firefly1
Just out of interest, did this actually help anyone? :)
The warranty is 3 years (/60,000 miles) from when the car was registered i.e. the standard Vauxhall warranty. Most will have been registered in March, so you have 2 years 9-10 months of warranty when you actually buy the car.

Yes, but I didnt get the 1.6, got the 1.4T instead. Brilliant value for money. Drives well for a 1.4. Interior is well screwed together. Having had a Vx(8 yr old car) for the last 5 years which has sailed through MOTs with no issues for the last 5 years, I have no reasons to worry about reliability.

Those comparing it to a Polo need to actually look at the space in a Polo and this car. The difference is significant. The Polo is cramped and not suitable for a family (at least not our family). VW dealers are arrogant wa*k*rs as a rule. VW servicing costs an arm and a leg. As my German friend once said, "only the Brits will pay over the odds for what is essentially a glorified hyped up fɔlksˌvaːɡən".


polo is a spacious car. We have me the wife plus daughter and pushchair in just fine.
alftrad1
Thanks both for the info. Turned out to be £295 so on the train I go!

indyjukebox
Firefly1
Just out of interest, did this actually help anyone? :)
The warranty is 3 years (/60,000 miles) from when the car was registered i.e. the standard Vauxhall warranty. Most will have been registered in March, so you have 2 years 9-10 months of warranty when you actually buy the car.
Yes, but I didnt get the 1.6, got the 1.4T instead. Brilliant value for money. Drives well for a 1.4. Interior is well screwed together. Having had a Vx(8 yr old car) for the last 5 years which has sailed through MOTs with no issues for the last 5 years, I have no reasons to worry about reliability.
Those comparing it to a Polo need to actually look at the space in a Polo and this car. The difference is significant. The Polo is cramped and not suitable for a family (at least not our family). VW dealers are arrogant wa*k*rs as a rule. VW servicing costs an arm and a leg. As my German friend once said, "only the Brits will pay over the odds for what is essentially a glorified hyped up fɔlksˌvaːɡən".

Have either of you tried pairing your phone to the car and make a voice activated call?
All the research I have done infers you can press the button on the right hand side of the steering wheel (hold it down - the one with the phone symbol) and you can then say "Call" and say a name.

However, when I hold this phone button down on the steering wheel, I get "Redial" if I hold it for a short period of time - and a list of my most recent calls if I hold it for a long period of time.

I cannot get the car to even initiate any form of voice command - there is no beep or anything. The manual is for all Astras and not all Astras all the features which doesn't help.

I'm wondering if this car even has this feature - the sales guide says it has a bluetooth enabled mobile phone system though.

I can accept calls via the steering wheel already.
I can't even get a 'contact list' - only the phone numbers I have most recently called, to be displayed.
I have tried on a Nexus 4 (intermittent Bluetooth connection..) and a Moto G 2nd Gen which at least has a stable Bluetooth connection.
Anyone else got any ideas either?


Edited By: Firefly1 on May 31, 2015 19:08
Thanks both for the info. Turned out to be £295 so on the train I go!
alftrad1
Firefly1
Just out of interest, did this actually help anyone? :)
The warranty is 3 years (/60,000 miles) from when the car was registered i.e. the standard Vauxhall warranty. Most will have been registered in March, so you have 2 years 9-10 months of warranty when you actually buy the car.
Yes it did! Picking it up on Saturday and can't wait. A 1.6 Astra is perfect for my needs - town commuting plus 2 x 2 hour motorway driving every month. I currently drive a 1.4 in the older model that has never given me an trouble but wanted to jump ship before it starts.
I was massively tempted by the fiesta but ultimately, I need the bigger car. Having something faster would have been nice but for this amount of money the car is more than good enough, I only do 7000 miles a year. I was thinking about buying a 2.0 diesel a few years old and that would have cost me almost 9k so it was a no brainer to buy new and get the leather seats.
Thanks for the post OP!
Does anyone know if they will deliver these btw? My salesman says not but I'm not sure that is true. Is it only new cars that they deliver? I am in Yorkshire.

I don't think they will offer a free delivery service to Yorkshire - but you could probably arrange them to drive it to you, for a fee. I imagine it would be quite a hefty one (They would need to bring your car - and another car to bring the driver back). Go Vauxhall Sevenoaks is generally accomodating.
Probably best to get there yourself unless you want to splash out a lot of cash ;)
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