£2000 p/x scrappage on ANY CAR exchanged with Vauxhall + £250 EXTRA OFF
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£2000 p/x scrappage on ANY CAR exchanged with Vauxhall + £250 EXTRA OFF

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Found 29th Oct 2015
When you go to put your details in they also give you a £250 voucher. That makes £2250 off any Vauxhall - on top of any offers they have! Not bad.

+ any other offers on top including partner company offers.
(search your company on http://www.drivevauxhall.co.uk/vauxhall-partners/)
List is quite long and includes sainsburys / Halfords / engineering companies / supermarkets / etc.

https://www.partnersprogramme.co.uk:

Use login ASDA / TESCO / HALFORDS / etc. to register on partner site if you want to see deals - if you aren't a member you might be able to get them to give you the deal anyway

Or it just takes you to the register page here:

partnersprogramme.co.uk/reg…dex

You will need to prove you are part of the company involved or be in contact with the friend who recommends you however to get any extra discount on top of the £2k

Ends 15th December.

Vauxhall Scrappage Offer

Get £2,000 off a new Vauxhall

If you’ve recently had your eye on a shiny new Vauxhall car, here’s your chance to drive it away at a £2,000 discount (including VAT).

To claim the discount, all you have to do is trade in your old car when you buy. Any brand will do, and the age of your vehicle doesn’t matter.



You’ll simply need to prove that you’ve owned it for at least 90 days before the new-car order date and agree that the vehicle can be scrapped.



This scrappage offer is available at participating Retailers and covers our passenger-car range excluding VIVA, Corsa Sting, Corsa Sting R and ADAM JAM. Terms and conditions apply.**



Double-up on Vauxhall offers

Our scrappage offer is available on top of other Vauxhall offers – so why not save even more by combining it with our Flexible Finance, Flexible PCP or insurance offers?



For example, if you’re 18 to 20, you can get a year’s insurance on ADAM SLAM and Corsa Limited Edition for just £99. And if you’re 21 or more, you can get one year’s free insurance.



This means a 21-year old customer who trades in their car could also take advantage of a £1,190 finance deposit contribution and pay just £193 per month over 36 months for a Corsa three-door 1.2-litre Limited Edition – and that includes one year’s free insurance and one year’s free OnStar and 4G Wi-Fi.^



We’re the only manufacturer making this offer, so why not contact your Vauxhall Retailer today?
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**Scrappage Allowance – terms and conditions
£2,000 Scrappage Allowance towards a new car is offered on condition that the traded-in car must have been registered in your name as the owner for a least 90 days and the registration document must be in your name and address. Offers available to private individuals and small businesses 1-24 units (purchase only). All other sales categories are excluded. Offers apply to selected new vehicles ordered between 8 October 2015 and 15 December 2015, and are subject to terms and conditions. Offers available at participating retailers only. UK-supplied vehicles only.


^On selected models only. OnStar is a comprehensive package which includes a high-speed 4G Wi-Fi mobile network, emergency response notification and stolen-vehicle recovery technology.
already posted weeks ago.
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BlownGasketBob

already posted weeks ago.


didn't know... besides reposts happen monthly here... its allowed
Already posted? I've not seen it before
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hoppo7

Already posted? I've not seen it before




Just searched myself and definitely not posted - the £250 voucher was but not the scrappage.
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Absolute GARBAGE.!!!
This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.
Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?

They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !
Sheesh ! oO
Edited by: "Pluun" 29th Oct 2015
jesus some people !!!, Its a deal for some.... and i havent seen it before
Is Astra GTC available ?
Sadly I used to like Vauxhall, but my current one (from new) is a pile of junk. Poor economy, poor quality and lots of repairs, then when you think you have a Lifetime Warranty you find lots of things are not included. Mine is the worse car I have owned for many years - so I would be tempted to keep the old car, as it will probably be more reliable!
quglarz

Is Astra GTC available ?



Yes, you can scrap that....(_;)
Pluun

Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is … Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !Sheesh ! oO



How about I've had a car for years and its now worth less than £2k and now I want a new one........sheeesh
Edited by: "ranja81" 29th Oct 2015
Pluun

Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is … Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !Sheesh ! oO


What a Clown!
Original Poster
Their deposit contributions work towards this too I assume - ie stack a £1380 deposit contribution on top towards 0% finance. Seems a great deal to me!
Slightly better deal if you trade in a car only worth £300 & receive £2k scrapage allowance, how can that be a poor deal? You do the mathes?
Babbler

Their deposit contributions work towards this too I assume - ie stack a … Their deposit contributions work towards this too I assume - ie stack a £1380 deposit contribution on top towards 0% finance. Seems a great deal to me!


Who gives you the £1380 deposit? where can i please find it?
Billythebubble

Slightly better deal if you trade in a car only worth £300 & receive £2k … Slightly better deal if you trade in a car only worth £300 & receive £2k scrapage allowance, how can that be a poor deal? You do the mathes?



​Forget the maths, you need to work on your spelling.
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aty2e

Who gives you the £1380 deposit? where can i please find it?


Do a finance quote...
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ranja81

How about I've had a car for years and its now worth less than £2k and … How about I've had a car for years and its now worth less than £2k and now I want a new one........sheeesh


Oh yes.
That's very likely.oO
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Pluun

Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is … Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !Sheesh ! oO



​Maybe not a deal to you, but will be to some. No need to be such an *** hole about it though.
Edited by moderator: "swearing" 29th Oct 2015
I am confused on how I get the extra £250 off?
Original Poster
Chiptivo

I am confused on how I get the extra £250 off?


Click on a car then get details and a pop up appears. Unless you block popups. Or google vauxhall 250 voucher.
Pity Rolls Royce don't do this.
Every dole wallah in the country will have one.
Original Poster
Can also be used with partner deals - see drivevauxhall.co.uk/vau…rs/ to see if you work for a company that is a partner company.
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If you have the outright cash you can buy (with partner scheme):
Astra Excite 1.4i 100PS for £10,545 saving £7,375
ADAM GLAM 1.4i 87PS for £8859 saving £4822
New Corsa 3dr Limited Edition 1.0i Turbo 115PS Start/Stop ecoFLEX for £11758 saving £4733

Edited by: "Babbler" 30th Oct 2015
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Hmmm,
Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on their next car.lol
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Pluun

Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on … Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on their next car.lol


Yes - a couple of friends have done it:

1) With the partnership scheme its interest free / unlimited mileage for 5 years
2) Extra 7% discount on list price
3) Some people cant afford a car outright but with interest free monthly payments and no deposits they can. (partnership scheme)
4) Some people run their car to the ground and don't change every 3 years so may have bought a car 10 or more years ago that isn't worth much.
Edited by: "Babbler" 3rd Nov 2015
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Babbler

Yes - a couple of friends have done it:1) With the partnership scheme its … Yes - a couple of friends have done it:1) With the partnership scheme its interest free / unlimited mileage for 5 years2) Extra 7% discount on list price3) Some people cant afford a car outright but with interest free monthly payments and no deposits they can. (partnership scheme)4) Some people run their car to the ground and don't change every 3 years so may have bought a car 10 or more years ago that isn't worth much.


I usually run my cars to the ground too.
My £6,500 Sierra lasted me 13 years, 1/3 of a million miles and only went due to bad body work..
My mk3 2006 Mondeo 2.2 diesel Estate Ghia, bought in 2010 for £2,850 is still running well at 228,000 miles.
If it claps out before I do, I will buy another £2,000 range car.
But I won't buy a new car, even at 50% off, because it will be out of my price range.
I am running a £2,850 car because that's all I can afford.
Even if I had a car worth only a penny and the £2,000 offer was really worth £2,000 I couldn't take advantage of this offer.
Bearing in mind that virtually every car is worth at least £100, the £2,000 offer is only worth £1,900 at best.

Edited by: "Pluun" 3rd Nov 2015
Have seen already this deal... I think
Pluun

Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is … Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !Sheesh ! oO



​somebody young who's now been working for a couple years and has money to upgrade their 10 year old corsa for a new one
Is there any motorbike companies offering scrappage?
Make sure you check the online discount websites first. Good chance you can get near these prices already.
Pluun

Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on … Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on their next car.lol



I did it 5 years ago, my BMW blew its head gasket
Thomablue

​Forget the maths, you need to work on your spelling.



^^ hahaha...
Don't forget...when deals like this are offered, garages always revert to "list prices", almost always much more expensive than their normal selling price.
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lugworm

Don't forget...when deals like this are offered, garages always revert to … Don't forget...when deals like this are offered, garages always revert to "list prices", almost always much more expensive than their normal selling price.


Yes but if you can get bpartnership discount which lots of companies do you can get discount on top of 2k.
Pluun

Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on … Hmmm,Someone running a sub £2,000 banger is going to spend 10 grand on their next car.lol



We changed our 10 year old yaris in 2011 fora new 40k range rover evoque. Yaris worthno more than 1200-1500.

No we didnt win the lottery or have a windfall. Just upgrading when affordable having just paid off our first car and having cash available for evoque.
Pluun

Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is … Absolute GARBAGE.!!!This will only be a "deal" if the scrapped car is worth LESS than £2,000.Also, just WHO is going to move up from a sub £2,000 car to a new one?They are probably using a cheap car because they can't afford a new one !Sheesh ! oO


Well in 2009 i gave in my old Ford Sierra Estate that i paid £250 for the year before and it had about 6 weeks m.o.t left & got £2k off a new Fiat 500 for my wife . So I guess you could say you are wrong !
Does it include Volkswagen?
Shame the scrap traded in will be better then what your buying that's if it dosent set fire first lol
Pluun

Oh yes.That's very likely.oO


There's an old saying, When you're in an hole stop digging.
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