£1,000 off new Vauxhaul cars if purchased in a Vauxhall dealership for existing Vauxhaul owners.
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£1,000 off new Vauxhaul cars if purchased in a Vauxhall dealership for existing Vauxhaul owners.

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Found 27th Jul 2015
While looking at new cars in Arnold Clarks Vauxhall dealership in Linwood, Phoenix branch, the salesman told us that if you are an existing Vauxhall owner from new and trading in against a new Vauxhall then you would get £1,000 loyalty bonus off the price whether we traded in or not. All that was necessary was your name and your address on the registration document. I have also noticed that when looking in autocar site and others a discount voucher for £250 pops up and states that you can use the voucher on top of any other Vauxhall deal. We were looking at Mokka's for £15,995 new which would cost us £14,475. Turns out we got a better deal on a used car so did not take advantage. The salesman said the offer was not advertised because non Vauxhall owners would think they were being disadvantaged.
If you want proof you will have to ask your Vauxhall dealer.
If someone could enter a Vauxhall image I would appreciate it.

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As an apology?

You'd get twice as much by bartering.......

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He must have seen you coming. What an absolute load of ****. Arnold Clark, what a fecking joke.
The discount on a brand new Mokka is several thousands. Are you new to car buying?
The salesman said the offer was not advertised. Run for the hills when you hear that!




Edited by: "bruceboy" 27th Jul 2015

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This post must be the funniest new post for ages. I almost wet myself, then I felt sorry for the OP. People, be aware, car sales people are full of ****. Arnold Clark take that **** to a different level.

Why would you buy a Vauxhall in any case?

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I'm afraid that's exactly what I thought when I read the post

If it's a real £1000 off, try letting your mate go back to negotiate exactly the same deal, THEN ask for your extra £1000 off

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david49

Why would you buy a Vauxhall in any case?



drove a new Insignia as a hire car to Heathrow last week, it was sort of OK and definitely efficient on the fuel

50 mpg mostly motorway speed

£1000 if you own a Vauxhall, £5000 of you own a Ford!

What a load of utter tosh! The salesman was trying to stitch you up like a kipper mate.

Whilst it sounds like typical salaman's garbage, I'd like to thank the op for the effort, maybe someone can use this as an angle to knock a bit extra off when they've reached that "rock bottom" price!

You should be able to barter a grand off pretty much any new car price without much effort (or else you're on the wrong website! (_;))

bob99999

drove a new Insignia as a hire car to Heathrow last week, it was sort of … drove a new Insignia as a hire car to Heathrow last week, it was sort of OK and definitely efficient on the fuel50 mpg mostly motorway speed



Damned with faint praise?

There are better cars out there for similar money.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 27th Jul 2015

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KnightInd2000

You should be able to barter a grand off pretty much any new car price … You should be able to barter a grand off pretty much any new car price without much effort (or else you're on the wrong website! (_;))



I was looking for another car last year

saw a brilliant Kia deal here on HUKD

printed it & took it to local dealership and after thinking etc they matched it plus another £100 off, OK I was second owner but it had just 10 miles on the clock

didn't take them up on it in the end (got a 4 yr old BMW) but just shows how flexible they can be

I think it was £25,000 list price, offered to me for £15K or something like that, I'll see if I can find it

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it wasn't this (can't find it, the deal was around about March April 2014) hotukdeals.com/dea…806

but similar price

would you have expected local dealer to match the internet prices? well they did

Original Poster

[quote=ChrisUK]You'd get twice as much by bartering.......[/q

That was before any bartering or trade in, but if you can get a new or pre- ref Mokka 1.7cdti. SE for £13500 tell me where.

Mokka man is annoying offspring of Mondeo man . But OP I want to hug you and tell you that it's alright
Edited by: "quidstretchy" 27th Jul 2015

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ludwig352

Whilst it sounds like typical salaman's garbage, I'd like to thank the op … Whilst it sounds like typical salaman's garbage, I'd like to thank the op for the effort, maybe someone can use this as an angle to knock a bit extra off when they've reached that "rock bottom" price!


Salaman! Anyway, this is just ****. The OP was about to be shafted. End of story.

palmlots

[quote=ChrisUK]You'd get twice as much by bartering.......[/qThat was … [quote=ChrisUK]You'd get twice as much by bartering.......[/qThat was before any bartering or trade in, but if you can get a new or pre- ref Mokka 1.7cdti. SE for £13500 tell me where.



I think that neither of you understand what bartering is. However, were you to offer me a bushel of wheat I would be willing to educate you

Original Poster

[quote=bruceboy]He must have seen you coming. What an absolute load of ****. Arnold Clark, what a fecking joke.
The discount on a brand new Mokka is several thousands. Are you new to car buying?
The salesman said the offer was not advertised. Run for the hills when you hear that![/quote

Thanks bruceboy, if you can tell me where you can get a new or pre-reg Mokka 1.7cdti se for several thousands off £15,995 I would be interested. Give my regards to Anthea.

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KnightInd2000

You should be able to barter a grand off pretty much any new car price … You should be able to barter a grand off pretty much any new car price without much effort (or else you're on the wrong website! (_;))


Again this was before any bartering the list price for the car is over £20,000

palmlots

[quote=ChrisUK]You'd get twice as much by bartering.......[/qThat was … [quote=ChrisUK]You'd get twice as much by bartering.......[/qThat was before any bartering or trade in, but if you can get a new or pre- ref Mokka 1.7cdti. SE for £13500 tell me where.



Mokka oO

But the fact remains that it's still a Vauxhall.

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palmlots

[quote=bruceboy]He must have seen you coming. What an absolute load of … [quote=bruceboy]He must have seen you coming. What an absolute load of ****. Arnold Clark, what a fecking joke.The discount on a brand new Mokka is several thousands. Are you new to car buying?The salesman said the offer was not advertised. Run for the hills when you hear that![/quoteThanks bruceboy, if you can tell me where you can get a new or pre-reg Mokka 1.7cdti se for several thousands off £15,995 I would be interested. Give my regards to Anthea.


Not sure why you would want the 1.7 diesel, noisy as a fecking noisy thing, it has been replaced with a 1.6 'whisper' diesel. Just search any large dealer website. My local dealer has 6K off list on the 1.6 petrol SE, probably pre-registered 15 plate.
http://www.petervardy.com/vauxhall/used-car-offers/mokka-exclusiv/
This group can always be beaten on price, well we have four Vauxhall vehicles, all from Evans Halshaw, all with massive discounts.
Edited by: "bruceboy" 28th Jul 2015

I found the best internet price for a new Golf GTI that I could find, then got confirmation in writing from the on-line trader of that price including options.

Armed with that I walked into my local VW dealer and said if you match this price, I'll order right now. Faced with losing a sale, the salesman came back ten minutes later with a price that was very close to on-line, so I ordered there and then. He said that it was the quickest sale of a new car that he had ever done.

Moral of this story is do your research before you hit the showroom. Salesman admitted that without my research, he never would have offered anywhere close to the price that I shall be paying. Same thing applies with the finance!

Avoid the car salesmen when buying new. I had a hard time getting my local dealer to even call me back to discuss a car. Ended up on carwow.co.uk and getting a car much cheaper from a dealer 30 miles away. I saved much more, and still picked the car up myself.

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Tunner

I found the best internet price for a new Golf GTI that I could find, … I found the best internet price for a new Golf GTI that I could find, then got confirmation in writing from the on-line trader of that price including options.Armed with that I walked into my local VW dealer and said if you match this price, I'll order right now. Faced with losing a sale, the salesman came back ten minutes later with a price that was very close to on-line, so I ordered there and then. He said that it was the quickest sale of a new car that he had ever done.Moral of this story is do your research before you hit the showroom. Salesman admitted that without my research, he never would have offered anywhere close to the price that I shall be paying. Same thing applies with the finance!



yep exactly what I said

get the best internet price

any decent dealer should get close to it, given the evidence - and close should be good enough given their better service
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