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New Vauxhall 20% off plus lifetime warranty
New Vauxhall 20% off plus lifetime warranty

New Vauxhall 20% off plus lifetime warranty

Just received an email to this.
Seems like a good deal if your looking for a new Vauxhall.
Lifetime warranty applies as long as your the first registered keeper or 100,000 miles.
Click link for more info.

heres the blurb from email;

20% off^ the list price of a new Vauxhall.

Throughout the whole of January, there’s a massive 20% off^ the list price across the
Vauxhall range.

Don’t miss out. There are fantastic savings to be made! What’s more, when you buy a new Vauxhall, as the first owner you’ll be eligible for the Vauxhall Lifetime Warranty*. It’s valid for
the lifetime of the vehicle up to a maximum of 100,000 miles.

Get down to your local Retailer before the 31st January to take advantage of this fantastic offer

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If my company Vauxhall car is anything to go by you will definitely need the lifetime warranty.

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If my company Vauxhall car is anything to go by you will definitely need … If my company Vauxhall car is anything to go by you will definitely need the lifetime warranty.



Defo, was loyal to them for about 10 years, hence the email, until they introduced the vectra which was riddled with problems.

although new range is very good and lifetime warranty definately a plus point

100,000 miles = Vauxhall Life Time... that sounds optimistic.(_;)

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100,000 miles = Vauxhall Life Time... that sounds optimistic.(_;)



Read the small print on the warranties from such companies as Vauxhaul and Kia - what is and is not covered over restricted periods of time makes them not what they are cracked up to be. That and the fact they are Vauxhalls / Kias
Edited by: "Grantos1" 4th Jan 2011

20% OFF a Vauxhall List Price?

I thought it was 45% OFF as standard - if so, this is a terrible deal ....

Lifetime Warranty is a good idea - but was running through most of 2010 ...

Not sure what this deal is, actually?

vauxhall have squeeeky seats lol
aaaaaaaaaaaaahhhh drives me mad lol

Nice find, have some heat!

heat added.
Quite telling though that Vauxhall see 100k miles as lifetime ;-)

I had a '53 vectra from new as a company car. It only had a couple of issues in the 70k miles I had it for, broken wiper motor and broken radiator mounts.

Vauxhalls are about average for breakdowns in general.

Discount only applies to selected stock and not the entire range.

My 2005 Corsa, had it since new, is still going fine, only needing the usual consumables, couple of front springs, thermostat and an oil pressure switch in 152,000 miles.

Original Poster

tbh everything 51 onwards seems to have been fine. Diesels are excellent. had a Vectra SRi 3.2 turbo diesel! Very fast and quite surprisingly very economical!!

Lifetime warranty isn't that great...you have to have it serviced and MOT'ed at your deal every year and ALL maintenance has to be carried out by them.

Grantos1

Read the small print on the warranties from such companies as Vauxhaul … Read the small print on the warranties from such companies as Vauxhaul and Kia - what is and is not covered over restricted periods of time makes them not what they are cracked up to be. That and the fact they are Vauxhalls / Kias



Nothing wrong with Kia's, they are far better cars than Vauxhalls.

Thanks for the post.........I'm a little concerned about Vauxhall at the moment....not only are they offering 20% off certain models & 'lifetime warranties'......but they are also ending the GM visa card.....what's going on????
Is it possible they are in real trouble.....any ideas? Might think twice about buying one until more info available....afterall the 'lifetime warranty' won't be worth much if they are no longer around!!!
Anybody know what's going on....would be grateful for more info. Thanks

Am I correct in thinking that as the lifetime warranty only applies to the first owner it is useless for most purchasers of new cars who sell them after 1-3 years. So if you were to purchase this car second hand you would not get the warranty. If so the warranty is not worth even mentioning.
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