Brand new Vauxhall Zafira Exclusiv 1.6 16v or 1.7 CDTi MPV from only £9995, saving over £8000 on MRRP.
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Brand new Vauxhall Zafira Exclusiv 1.6 16v or 1.7 CDTi MPV from only £9995, saving over £8000 on MRRP.

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Found 3rd Aug 2013
Brand new car for less than 10K. As long as it's in red or blue.
Not everyone's cup of tea but you also get Vauxhall's lifetime warranty thrown in.
And you can take out a service plan for £15pm so no £300 yearly service fee to find to make sure you keep the lifetime warranty.

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The 1.7cdti is 12495

stevemack

The 1.7cdti is 12495



Well he did use that "catch all" phrase -"From".
Registration, road tax and metallic are extra
too but its a great deal. If memory serves me
well though, Zafira deals usually get a barrage
of negatives. We shall see.
Edited by: "gluke21" 3rd Aug 2013

This is normal price now with new model on the way, walk into any vauxhall dealer and you will get this deal, I think its £600 extra for met paint. The 1.6 petrol is very under powered imho, if you must have a zafira then the 1.7 is the one to go for.

And one last thing the MRP is a total joke, its very low spec for £18k, cant really see who would ever pay full price, but at this price point for a brand new vehicle its not bad, just expect massive depreciation
Edited by: "margamboy" 3rd Aug 2013

If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch and flywheel within about 30000 miles. They will deny anything is wrong with the flywheel, even though hundreds of drivers had the same problem ( it can't all be down to driver mismanagement; all previous cars I've had got at least 100000 miles from a clutch), and then say it's not being fixed under warranty. That will set you back between £1200 and £1400. Blast that flamin Vauxhall!

Old model

lowrieh1

If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch … If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch and flywheel within about 30000 miles. They will deny anything is wrong with the flywheel, even though hundreds of drivers had the same problem ( it can't all be down to driver mismanagement; all previous cars I've had got at least 100000 miles from a clutch), and then say it's not being fixed under warranty. That will set you back between £1200 and £1400. Blast that flamin Vauxhall!




Wife's just been replaced on her 07 zafira with 88000 miles on the clock cost her £800
But yes seems to be a common problem the rubber bit between falls apart

ioscorpio

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vauxhall-zafira-1-6i-exclusiv-5dr-limited-stock-save-7-575-2013-10995-cawdor-cars-1616436Most people have found it for £9,995

huge discussion about his here

Great deal for a good car.... I had a Zafira from new in 2003 and bought a new one on this deal in October last year.
I sold my 03 model to a neighbour and its never had any major problems and had done 92000 when I sold it.
It's not a luxury car but for a family of five and all the carrying and taxiing round I do , it's great value for money.

This new model was actually cheaper than my 03 model and with many new features.

Not many things you but today where you actually get more for your money than in the past.
Voted hot

Original Poster

Disco Dave

Old model



Old model yes but it's a brand new car.

lowrieh1

If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch … If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch and flywheel within about 30000 miles. They will deny anything is wrong with the flywheel, even though hundreds of drivers had the same problem ( it can't all be down to driver mismanagement; all previous cars I've had got at least 100000 miles from a clutch), and then say it's not being fixed under warranty. That will set you back between £1200 and £1400. Blast that flamin Vauxhall!



Sounds like you're speaking from experience ... I thought you preferred Swedish cars .....:D

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Edited by: "gerrymig" 3rd Aug 2013

I think you'll find dual mass flywheels are a problem in most makes of cars these days.

Disco Dave

Old model



Old model? As far as I can see it's the current model ...

I have a 3 year old Zafira, and don't particularly like it. Not sure why tho. Probably because I bought the top of the range trim (the Elite) and it has nothing on it!! The only thing of note is full leather. Wasn't keen on it in the first place, but the Missus persuaded me to get it.

If you have 10K to spend on a car, look in to buying a used one, not new and you'll see how much more for your money you get. How about a Merc M-class with <60,000k miles??

fly wheels issues on diesels is common across lots of cars. it can make owning a diesel a false economy

quakerphil

I think you'll find dual mass flywheels are a problem in most makes of … I think you'll find dual mass flywheels are a problem in most makes of cars these days.



+1
Volkswagen, Ford, Peugeot, BMW - No manufacturer can say they they are exempt from DMF issues, ive just had a new one fitted about 10k miles ago.

Definitely a weak point in Diesel transmission, but their job is purely to 'reduce vibrations' so id rather have a solid flywheel if it means i don't have to replace the damn flywheel every 50k miles!

lowrieh1

If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch … If the Zafira is anything like the Insignia, you will need a new clutch and flywheel within about 30000 miles. They will deny anything is wrong with the flywheel, even though hundreds of drivers had the same problem ( it can't all be down to driver mismanagement; all previous cars I've had got at least 100000 miles from a clutch), and then say it's not being fixed under warranty. That will set you back between £1200 and £1400. Blast that flamin Vauxhall!



Replaced for free under the lifetime warranty.

Chiptivo

Replaced for free under the lifetime warranty.



Err - no not always with Vauxhall, it's in the small print!

Srry i just noticed nearly new...

We bought a 1600 05 plate used every day 62000 miles serviced as advised . . . not one problem . . . great value at this price 7 seater is invaluable its been a great family car : )

Original Poster

vickyboy123

The 1.7 cdti is cheaper at … The 1.7 cdti is cheaper at arnoldclarkhttp://www.arnoldclark.com/nearly-new-cars/vauxhall/zafira/1.7-cdti-ecoflex-design/12/ref/blk_rojjqq8z4g62jqkk/



That's a nearly new car on a 12 plate.

Well it's a 1.6 Vauxhall Zafira (with A/C, CD player, Remote Locking) or a 1.6 Dacia Duster for £8995 (with... eh wheels!)

Btw that's not to say the Duster is that bad (but i only test drove the 1.5 DCi top of the range).
Edited by: "Chrissieboy" 3rd Aug 2013

Oh my eyes! That's so drab looking I'm going to die. Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! (etc)

For a little more money you can get a fully loaded CMAX and I know which one I would buy, plus you could get a Touran a couple of years old, again I know which one I would buy. Would not touch these with a barge pole.

Rather get a bmw

Original Poster

rza89

Rather get a bmw



Give me your address and I'll point you in the right direction.

Vauxhall.....cold!!

quakerphil

I think you'll find dual mass flywheels are a problem in most makes of … I think you'll find dual mass flywheels are a problem in most makes of cars these days.


Except for the good makes of cars...

We had a zafira 9yrs ago, a diesel. The driveway has a 20% downward slope, after a few years this gave us problems. We got rid of it a few years ago though

same old generic moans. buy an old car with 6 month warranty for the same price if you want lol

Defo a good price for a new car. Not for me I'm afraid. I'd rather spend the money on a second German Car but thats me. Heat for the deal.

wifes Vauxhall car is 60 plate and had 2 clutch's in 6 months. they did replace and give a free car while it was fixed

Nice for people who have no taste and have realised there lifes boring.Would never own another vauxhall.Unreliable and ugly looking cars

Not bad for the money. Take your blinkers off, a lot of Vauxhall/opels are built in Germany so are more reliable than vw or fords. Vauxhalls use Bosch electrics like vw/BMW/Porsche etc etc, as gm part owns Bosch. Ford are worst of the bunch as they use there own unreliable parts like motorcraft (or motorcrud as they are referred to in the trade).
As for ugly, the astra gtc vxr is THE best looking hot hatch. The Insignia VXR is pretty too.
Get yourself down to Specsavers Muckspreader!
Edited by: "mantamagic" 4th Aug 2013

Decent deal if you're looking for this car so voted hot but I wouldn't touch a vauxhal after the problems my mate has had with his £24k insignia.

Everyone has mixed opinions with Vauxhalls you get what you pay for!

I bought 2x Cavalier's and 3x Vectras (A, B & C models), after models A & B I'm not surprised I changed to Ford after vectra C Diesel. The later car was excellent until I sold it after 4 years suddenly developed many faults in the same year from ERG Valve etc..

My brother had a very old Zafria 2.0 DTi model which needed a new engine, the newer versions are far better but beware of engine light issues as my friend found out! issues that affected vectra A & B models badly!

My Ford Modeo covered 25,000 in 18 months without 1 single fault or engine light, Ford any day from now on!

oh and I won't vote hot or cold, price is good, 10 year life time warranty OK if you service the car every 12 months with genuine vauxhall parts. If you service the car else where you lose the gesture of good will from Vauxhall......

In my opinion not a bad car, but read the small print and challenge the salesman to spill any problems or issues with this model before buying, afterall it's your hard earned cash you're spending!
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