Corsa 1.4 3dr Energy PCP - £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange - Just £139 per month - £139 Deposit @ Go Vauxhall
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Corsa 1.4 3dr Energy PCP - £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange - Just £139 per month - £139 Deposit @ Go Vauxhall

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
A Brand New Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 3dr Energy PCP - £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange - Just £139 per month - £139 Deposit - with our Fantastic PCP Offer!

For a Limited Time only you COULD receive £4,000 minimum Part Exchange and pay just £139 per month and £139 deposit when you choose the stylish Corsa 1.4 3-Door Energy on our PCP Offer!

Terms & Conditions

Break down of £4,000 Minimum Part Exchange is as follows; £1,500 Swappage Support; £275 Associates Partners Allowance; £275 Partners Star Car Support; £1,400 Vauxhall Finance Deposit Allowance on Flexible PCP. Customer must qualifying for all allowances. Customer must have owned Part Exchange Vehicle for 3+ Months, Must have current MOT, No age limit, Vehicle must be ordered before 30th June 2016. Terms and conditions apply.

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What sort term is the PCP over?

sound like a cracking deal but what's the term and final payment

Original Poster

Hi Guys - spoke to them - guy call Peter Van Eden @ Wimbledon Branch.

£12.5K is the cash price, PCP is 36 months and millage caps at about 6K/yr in case you want to retrun after 36 months. (they are open to negotiate on this).

Final payment is £4,400 so maths would be: 139 (dep) + (35*139) + 4400 (if you want to keep) = £9404.

You don't have to pay the £4400 - you can give it back but personally I would pay. Similar cars with 15-20K on the clock at 3 years old are selling for min £6K (Minimum) right now on Autotrader so you can make you money back (and some) if you sell yourself, assuming you don't want the car anymore.

Thanks

I three years time there will be many new electric cars out that will be much much better than the current crop. The market for any combustion engined car will be crashing big time. Do not assume the current levels of residual values will stay the same in another 3 years from now. This is a good deal, but in three years time the car will not be worth £6k.

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No way 6K in three years. 4.5 tops. Just because used cars are advertised at a certain price, does not mean they sell for that price.
Edited by: "Zontes" 22nd Jun 2016

Original Poster

I appreciate your views on residuals however I would like to add that:

a) your theories are based on massive consumer uptake on electric/hybrid cars and;

b) some people (irrespective of age) actually prefer combustion engines so despite the increased availability of electric cars, the vast majority of the population will not be driving a "brand new cars" - either by choice or affordability.

Personally I need a bigger car but for those who want a cheap car new car but are "anti-leasing" this is a good alternative especially if you get £4K for your old banger.

I like leasing as it serves a good purpose depending on personal circumstances. I always opt for buying (in cash) myself as I like to fully own my assets (even though diminishing ones like cars) but none the less I hope this helps someone.

@Zontes - if you can find me an approved used Corsa 1.4 Energy, no more than 3 years old with 15-18K on the clock for £4.5K I'd be very grateful. Cheapest I found this exact car on Autotrader was £6,489 directly from Vauxhall with 14,301 on the clock - '13 plate. I don't see Vauxhall giving a £2k discount to anyone on this.

Cheers.

Apologies for the ignorance, but is it the case that I can get £4000 part ex for my old car so in the end it effectively costs me £5404? (my current car is probably worth less than £1000)

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dogbert682

Apologies for the ignorance, but is it the case that I can get £4000 part … Apologies for the ignorance, but is it the case that I can get £4000 part ex for my old car so in the end it effectively costs me £5404? (my current car is probably worth less than £1000)



Hi Dogbert685 - you could get £4K for your old car then you pay 139 deposit and 139 a month for 3 years. Total cost (after final optional payment of 4400) is £9404. If you give the car back after 3 years it costs you £5004 so £1,668 per year.

Thanks.

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J4Y_B

I appreciate your views on residuals however I would like to add that:a) … I appreciate your views on residuals however I would like to add that:a) your theories are based on massive consumer uptake on electric/hybrid cars and; b) some people (irrespective of age) actually prefer combustion engines so despite the increased availability of electric cars, the vast majority of the population will not be driving a "brand new cars" - either by choice or affordability.Personally I need a bigger car but for those who want a cheap car new car but are "anti-leasing" this is a good alternative especially if you get £4K for your old banger.I like leasing as it serves a good purpose depending on personal circumstances. I always opt for buying (in cash) myself as I like to fully own my assets (even though diminishing ones like cars) but none the less I hope this helps someone.@Zontes - if you can find me an approved used Corsa 1.4 Energy, no more than 3 years old with 15-18K on the clock for £4.5K I'd be very grateful. Cheapest I found this exact car on Autotrader was £6,489 directly from Vauxhall with 14,301 on the clock - '13 plate. I don't see Vauxhall giving a £2k discount to anyone on this.Cheers.


Don't buy a 'Vauxhall Approved' car, it is a load of cobblers. Buy one privately with FSH and save yourself a load of cash. If you insist on buying one from a main dealer, be prepared to be seriously shafted.

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Zontes

Don't buy a 'Vauxhall Approved' car, it is a load of cobblers. Buy one … Don't buy a 'Vauxhall Approved' car, it is a load of cobblers. Buy one privately with FSH and save yourself a load of cash. If you insist on buying one from a main dealer, be prepared to be seriously shafted.



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