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Save up to 13% off a Brand New Vauxhall/Chevrolet/Saab + Scrappage + Dealer Discounts (ie New Astra for 9000, RRP is 14,000) £9,233.00

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So, this is just a heads up for people who dont know. The manufacturers in the title are part of the Partners programme, if you are working for certain companies (many are included) you get large c… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
So, this is just a heads up for people who dont know.

The manufacturers in the title are part of the Partners programme, if you are working for certain companies (many are included) you get large chunks of money off a brand new car. You can also get scrappage on top of that, plus any other dealer discounts. Some of the emplyers in the scheme are mentioned below in post one.

Example: Vauxhall Astra Active 1.4i 5 door £14,688 otr
-Partners Programme -7%
-Scrappage - £2000
-Finance Deposit Allowance - £2,500 (for taking finacne out with vauxhall

= Price to pay: £9,233!!!
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#1
PASSWORD / COMPANY REFERENCE

Unison (Union for health Workers)
Unison

COMPANY NAME
VAS23

Asda Stores Ltd
VAS90

CSMA (Cival Service)
RMGROUP

Parcel Force
RMGROUP

Royal Mail
VAS129

ADT Fire & Security
VAS127

Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd
VAS143

Avis Rent A Car Ltd
BAE

BAE Systems
VAS120

British Heart Foundation
VAS189

BT
VAS116

Cadbury Shweppes PLC
VAS149

Co-Operative Group (CWS) Ltd
VAS163

EDF Energy
VAS111

Fujitsu Services Ltd
VAS133

Hagemeyer (UK) Ltd
VAS46

HFC Bank plc / Household Bank / Beneficial Bank
VAS210

Inchcape
VAS56

Legal & General
VAS41

EDS
VAS202

Rentokil Initial PLC
POA

Prision Officers Association
VAS124

Royal & Sun Alliance
#2
Just contacted Partners Programme to enquire about scappage deal on top of their discount (I work for Royal Mail btw)

Heres the reply

Hi xxxxxxxxx,

Yes you can take advantage of the scrappage scheme with Partners, but the discounts will be 6% less. For example if the Corsa is showing 10% it will drop to 4%.

Regards

Yvette
#3
and when I wanted to buy a car in April Vauxhall couldn't have tried less to make me a deal...
#4
Adidas Addict
Just contacted Partners Programme to enquire about scappage deal on top of their discount (I work for Royal Mail btw)

Heres the reply


yeah the exaple above is @ 6% partners discount, without the scrappage the discount in 13%
#5
Discount from partners programme is usually around the same as the whatcar target price from my research last year...so not all that great tbh.
#6
ttocswahs
Discount from partners programme is usually around the same as the whatcar target price from my research last year...so not all that great tbh.


maybe, but iff you add other dealer discounts plus scrappage, i think its a very good deal.
#7
How is this different
http://www.perrys.co.uk/vauxhall-astra-1.4i-16v-life-5dr/new-and-delivery-mileage/offer-154184#

Edit may be it is a different model, active and life?
#8
kapil_kalra2001
How is this different
http://www.perrys.co.uk/vauxhall-astra-1.4i-16v-life-5dr/new-and-delivery-mileage/offer-154184#

Edit may be it is a different model, active and life?


I think it's £9495 for the same model, still better than the 4% with Royal Mail above and it's for everybody.
#9
kapil_kalra2001
How is this different
http://www.perrys.co.uk/vauxhall-astra-1.4i-16v-life-5dr/new-and-delivery-mileage/offer-154184#

Edit may be it is a different model, active and life?


life is the lowest model, The active has all the goodies (except alloy wheels, but has alloy look wheel trims which actually look ok) including a/c, e/w, ipod input etc.
#10
Sheep87
life is the lowest model, The active has all the goodies (except alloy wheels, but has alloy look wheel trims which actually look ok) including a/c, e/w, ipod input etc.


As I said, it's the active for £9495 net straight, without "partner" deal etc.
#11
pet2000
As I said, it's the active for £9495 net straight, without "partner" deal etc.


difference is that you can get this with any dealer, who you can then negociate the APR you pay on the finance deal:thumbsup:
#12
I these in times I think shopping around and haggling is still your best option. I've been offered an Active 5 door with the fancy Easytronic transmission for just over £9.5K otr which is an additional £850 or so over the scrappage discount. It will be brand new, not pre-registered, on a 59 plate.They will also finance any amount over 30 per cent at 4.5 per cent APR. This from a Vauxhall main dealer. My closest Vauxhall main dealer couldn't have been less interested. As it happens I am in Unison so I might ask about the Partners discount but I can imagine what the answer is going to be.....
#13
Surely there will be better deals on Astra's in a few months when the Gen 6 model will be out?
In my opinion £9000 for a low-end Astra is not a bargain. RRP's for Vauxhall are inflated to make the discounts they offer to fleet buyers look impressive.
#14
jbp
Surely there will be better deals on Astra's in a few months when the Gen 6 model will be out?
In my opinion £9000 for a low-end Astra is not a bargain. RRP's for Vauxhall are inflated to make the discounts they offer to fleet buyers look impressive.


Good point!
Also the inflated RRP or list price means that company car drivers have to pay more tax, for example if the list price is 20k and you negotiate it down to 12k you are taxed on a benefit of 20k :w00t: (glad i dont drive a company car!)
#15
Totally agree with JBP... New Astra is out shortly and there are billions of old Astras in field all over the UK as they just aren't selling... bit like the Insignia !
#16
anybody know of any other good cars to get under this scheme?

I registered yesterday and got this email "We will email you shortly to confirm your eligibility. You will then be able to see the range of available offers"
but I havent recieved the 2nd email!
#17
callmejoe
and when I wanted to buy a car in April Vauxhall couldn't have tried less to make me a deal...


+1 :thumbsup:

I have been put off by vauxhall dealers, very rude. Even thee cars are not great.
#18
Thats only to get you onto the partners site, not get you the discount, my friend had to show his Royal Mail ID to get it before they reduced the price of the car

Sheep87
PASSWORD / COMPANY REFERENCE

Unison (Union for health Workers)
Unison

COMPANY NAME
VAS23

Asda Stores Ltd
VAS90

CSMA (Cival Service)
RMGROUP

Parcel Force
RMGROUP

Royal Mail
VAS129

ADT Fire & Security
VAS127

Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd
VAS143

Avis Rent A Car Ltd
BAE

BAE Systems
VAS120

British Heart Foundation
VAS189

BT
VAS116

Cadbury Shweppes PLC
VAS149

Co-Operative Group (CWS) Ltd
VAS163

EDF Energy
VAS111

Fujitsu Services Ltd
VAS133

Hagemeyer (UK) Ltd
VAS46

HFC Bank plc / Household Bank / Beneficial Bank
VAS210

Inchcape
VAS56

Legal & General
VAS41

EDS
VAS202

Rentokil Initial PLC
POA

Prision Officers Association
VAS124

Royal & Sun Alliance
#19
That seems dear to the offer i had,£7400 i paid for a new 1.4 active at Dickens Wrexham.
They were offering a discount for the Astra old model 5 door as the design is changing this year.
Plus i had £600 in Gm points (You can have up to £1200 in GM points i think)on top of that as well. Maybe the same offers are still around?
Gav
#20
You can get a brand new VXR8 for £23k if you want one without haggling :) (RRP 36k)
#21
croydebay21
Thats only to get you onto the partners site, not get you the discount, my friend had to show his Royal Mail ID to get it before they reduced the price of the car


yeah you just go into vauxhall ahd show relavent documents when you decide to buy a car, i think the website is just aguide for prices
#22
Sheep87;5982184
life is the lowest model, The active has all the goodies (except alloy wheels, but has alloy look wheel trims which actually look ok) including a/c, e/w, ipod input etc.


So it has silver painted plastic wheel trims as opposed to the other car which has plastic wheel trims which are painted silver?

I'd happily pay another grand for that!!!
#23
I went into vauxhall today, they offered me a basic corsa for £10444 - £2000 scrappage, and if I paid 2200 deposist I could get the rest on 0% finace over 42 months!
Anybody think this is any good?
Works out at £153 a month.
suspended#24
far-queue
Good point!
Also the inflated RRP or list price means that company car drivers have to pay more tax, for example if the list price is 20k and you negotiate it down to 12k you are taxed on a benefit of 20k :w00t: (glad i dont drive a company car!)


It's not always the full list price - my company say the value of my car I'm driving for tax purposes is £8500 whereas the list price is £9650.
suspended#25
jojothefirst
I went into vauxhall today, they offered me a basic corsa for £10444 - £2000 scrappage, and if I paid 2200 deposist I could get the rest on 0% finace over 42 months!
Anybody think this is any good?
Works out at £153 a month.


How basic is basic?

1.2 Life?
#26
Kiltox;5994694
It's not always the full list price - my company say the value of my car I'm driving for tax purposes is £8500 whereas the list price is £9650.

They should be using the list price the day before first registration (plus any extras added). Have they just made up the £8,500 figure?
suspended#27
phjbrunt
They should be using the list price the day before first registration (plus any extras added). Have they just made up the £8,500 figure?


It's a hire car from a large company that has become part of the company fleet for X months - the figure has been supplied as part of the rental agreement. (I'm only working there temporarily, so it's a short term arrangement)

It's a BIG company that I'm working for so their finance department will know what they're doing...

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