£250 off Vauxhall Corsa 5  door @ Vauxhall
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£250 off Vauxhall Corsa 5 door @ Vauxhall

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Found 30th Dec 2014
Whilst browsing the Vauxhall site, an offer popped up for £250 off a new Corsa 5 - door which was good as my daughter is about to buy one
With the current offer for interest free, possible Vauxhall deposit, free insurance and £500 free fuel plus the £250 voucher its a good time to buy a Corsa!

First post so I hope I'm doing it right!

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Does it include £250 off this?

http://www.blogcdn.com/cars.aol.co.uk/media/2012/02/corsa-vxr-2-1329829401.jpg

Does it have to be a 5 door?

Original Poster

The voucher says 5 door. T & C

This voucher entitles the bearer to an additional Vauxhall discount over and above other offers (excluding loyalty offers), and also in addition to GM Card/Vauxhall Reward Points where applicable. Only one voucher can be used per purchase and it cannot be used in conjunction with any other voucher. Voucher must be presented to the Retailer at point of order and can only be redeemed against selected new Vauxhall vehicles (excluding Expression, ES, Corsa and Astra 5dr Design, Tech Line (Meriva Tech Line is eligible), Tech Line GT, Astra Hatchback/Sports Tourer BiTurbo, Insignia / New Insignia VXR SuperSport, Mokka, Ampera, VXR8 models and all Commercial Vehicle models). The new vehicle must be registered in the same name as that printed on the voucher. Retail customers only. Excludes Motability. All other customers are excluded. Available at participating retailers only (listed below). Voucher not exchangeable for cash. Voucher value £0.001. Offer available on orders until 1 April 2014.

It's never a good time to buy a Corsa, plus if you can't get at least £500+ off from the list price without a discount voucher, you need to have a word with yourself.....

I'd check a few broker prices before you drop your wallet on one. £250 off a mass market car isn't too special I don't think.

Original Poster

The voucher says do the deal, then produce the voucher!

Interest free lol.

When I bought my Astra a few years ago I could've had it interest free for about £18k from my local dealer, but I chose to buy it cash from a less local dealer for £11400.

Reminds me of the old Kays catalogue interest free fiddle when the interest was loaded onto the price making everything about 50% more.

Laughable...£250 off a car that they cannot sell..

I would want £2500 off.

Really? There are much better cars out there. Anything Japanese will best the pants off this in terms of value for money, price, resale value, build quality, reliability and kudos.

Edited by: "oddfellows" 30th Dec 2014

Stu

I'd check a few broker prices before you drop your wallet on one. £250 … I'd check a few broker prices before you drop your wallet on one. £250 off a mass market car isn't too special I don't think.



Excellent advice. Here's a deal I posted a while back on a similar car from a broker.
hotukdeals.com/dea…387

Inactive

Laughable...£250 off a car that they cannot sell..I would want £2500 off.



Cannot sell? It's the third best selling car in the UK.
telegraph.co.uk/mot…107

oddfellows

Really? There are much better cars out there. Anything Japanese will best … Really? There are much better cars out there. Anything Japanese will best the pants off this in terms of value for money, price, resale value, build quality, reliability and kudos.



Yeah, but I'd rather have a Fiesta tbh.

oddballjamie

Cannot sell? It's the third best selling car in the … Cannot sell? It's the third best selling car in the UK.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/picturegalleries/10429902/The-best-selling-cars-of-2013-so-far.html?frame=2725107



But only to the fleet buyers and hire car companies that get them for almost nothing, their real value.(_;)

The only way I can see you getting some good from the voucher is if you use a broker to make the introduction to the dealer (drive the deal etc) and then once the deal is agreed drop the voucher on them.

We got almost 50% off by buying a pre-reg with 25 miles on it. Still turned out to be a bad buy. Customer service was awful from main dealer and fuel economy was even worse than my 2.9 litre petrol 4x4. I would have a serious word with yourself before buying one - and certainly aim to get £000's off, not a miserly £250.

£250 off is not really a deal just a marketing ploy in my opinion. I called in at the local vauxhall dealership recently as i was possibly interested in an insignia vxr or a vxr8... I was told that neither existed and the manager was too busy to talk to me! I was not impressed!

Ewww Vauxhall. Rubbish cars and over priced.

Inactive

But only to the fleet buyers and hire car companies that get them for … But only to the fleet buyers and hire car companies that get them for almost nothing, their real value.(_;)



So now they can sell them. Make up your mind Inactive.

oddballjamie

So now they can sell them. Make up your mind Inactive.



with £6-8k off the price, not £250. corsas are crud, always have been, even when they where called Nova.

andiejn

with £6-8k off the price, not £250. corsas are crud, always have been, e … with £6-8k off the price, not £250. corsas are crud, always have been, even when they where called Nova.



£8k off a new Corsa? Bit early to be on the pop isn't it.

Never ever take any notice of casual opinions about any car, especially ones you read on the internet. Totally pointless.

On this deal, on buying a new car that is readily available (i.e. not one that you have to wait months for because of demand) then you can just ask for, and expect to get a 4 figure discount. Especially if there is a new revised model a few months away etc. Discounts bigger than £250 are usually available all the time and not subject to any promotion.

oddballjamie

So now they can sell them. Make up your mind Inactive.



Give them away to the trade, make the private punter subsidise them.

Had a corsa 05 for over 6 years. Not a single fault, not too bad for their pricing. But ye, deal wise. No good.

There is never a good time to buy a Corsa.

stuartc73

There is never a good time to buy a Corsa.



You could say that about any car.. It's all down to preference... personally it wouldn't be the car for me now but years ago I had a corsa and it was perfect at the time

We get 50+ mpg out our CDTI and apart from new tyres, has only cost us a service in each of the last 5 years.

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ChrisUK

It's never a good time to buy a Corsa, plus if you can't get at least … It's never a good time to buy a Corsa, plus if you can't get at least £500+ off from the list price without a discount voucher, you need to have a word with yourself.....



completely and utter incorrect mate
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