Vauxhall range of cars - Up to 5 Year 0% Finance with up to £2000 deposit contribution by Vauxhall
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Vauxhall range of cars - Up to 5 Year 0% Finance with up to £2000 deposit contribution by Vauxhall

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Found 12th Jan 2014
Vauxhall are offering up to 0% 5 Year finance on a range of their cars. They are also giving up to £2000 towards a deposit (excluding the list below). If you are after a new Vauxhall this might be a good way to finance it.

There is a finance calculator on the website where you can explore the different financing options.

Vauxhall Deposit Contribution excludes Corsa Excite, ADAM, Mokka, Cascada and New Insignia models

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Nothing new, they do it all the time.

Tunner

Nothing new, they do it all the time.



If they do it "all the time", I've not seen any mention of it in last four months!

Thanks Gromitlad - have some more heat.

I've added heat for this. But it is true, Vauxhall are like the DFS of car dealers. I had one years ago and the dealer still mailshots me with deals like this every month or so.

Vauxhall cars are much improved lately by the way. GM having seriously pulled their socks up. Discounts and cheap cost of ownership means that these are a thinkers buy.

Yea they do it all the time wife bought a new astra on this deal still a good one

watchspring

If they do it "all the time", I've not seen any mention of it in last … If they do it "all the time", I've not seen any mention of it in last four months!Thanks Gromitlad - have some more heat.



DEALS like that are rolling for the last year or more m8 from Vauxhall, I know as Ive been looking for a new car. No Idea why heat added. Seems people are only relying on Hotdeals UK to buy anything really. Cold.

It finishes tomorrow btw...

Would you really want to be lumbered with a Vauxhall ??

Vauxhalls are crap.

Had my corsa for nearly two years now on this deal and cannot fault it whatsoever.
No deposit
Gave me 2k towards my old car which wasn't worth close to that.
5 years interest free
No silly final payment
Car itself is great, comfortable, handles fine, nice gadgets, good mpg, low insurance and tax.
No grumbles here whatsoever.

There is no such thing as interest free in car business, all interest already included to the price.

Cold from me

prezesmaks

DEALS like that are rolling for the last year or more m8 from Vauxhall, I … DEALS like that are rolling for the last year or more m8 from Vauxhall, I know as Ive been looking for a new car. No Idea why heat added. Seems people are only relying on Hotdeals UK to buy anything really. Cold.



Quite frankly, I do rely on sites such as hotukdeals and M.S.E before parting with my hard earned....
I don't like being mugged off. (_;)

Extra discount for 'vauxhall associate partners'. Check if your employer is on this list

evanshalshaw.com/bra…es/

We negotiated the deal on a 5 door Corsa then hit them with the fact the wife's uncle works at Ellesmere Port making the Astra. They had to take a further 15% off if memory serves me correctly. Good if you need a new car but don't have the reddies to put a deposit down.
I'd steer clear of Lookers though, we ordered a 5 door but the dozy Spaniards built a 3 door. Ended up with a better spec car as compensation but only just before the new baby came along and Vauxhall UK intervened.

Yep true Vauxhall r naff

VXR range are good, rest are just awful...

I wouldn't touch another Vauxhall for love or money. They sold thousands of Astra H automatics with known serious faults (leaking coolant wrecking the gearbox) and insisted that they had no duty to recompense anything beyond the cost of another radiator - - -
They classed the gearbox damage as 'consequential' and told owners to get stuffed as far as the £2000 + cost of repair was concerned. Why would anyone want to buy a car from such people?

pandagrove

I wouldn't touch another Vauxhall for love or money. They sold thousands … I wouldn't touch another Vauxhall for love or money. They sold thousands of Astra H automatics with known serious faults (leaking coolant wrecking the gearbox) and insisted that they had no duty to recompense anything beyond the cost of another radiator - - -They classed the gearbox damage as 'consequential' and told owners to get stuffed as far as the £2000 + cost of repair was concerned. Why would anyone want to buy a car from such people?



same as most manufactures. the 1.6hdi psa engine is riddled with issues; they still make it today even though thousands face massive bills

Vauxhall? LOL

COLD COLD COLD

Vauxhall, cold.

'Up to' being the key words.

In my experience they only give the offers if you put a decent deposit down, and as said interest is just included in the price. Be it interest free or part exchange value...the figures are just juggled about to make it look attractive to the buyer.

I'm not voting either way, as someone might benefit from the offers, thanks for posting.

This is OK for someone without savings, just OK though. If you want a new car but can only afford it monthly then consider leasing unless you plan on keeping it longterm to take advantage of the 100,000 mile no time limit warranty.

If you have the money saved up for a car, then use it to negotiate a much better price with the dealer as the 0% isn't really 0% once you work out how cheap you can get their cars without their finance.

I bought my Astra about £8k off RRP back in September 2010, brand new from the dealer with me as 1st owner. One of the reasons it was cheaper was due to not taking the 0% finance.

If anyone has anyone questions regarding the warranty feel free to ask as I researched it extensively before and after my purchase, fortunately I've not had to make a single claim on it so far.

BTW to all the members saying cold because it's a Vauxhall, go do one of the VXR events they put on yearly and make sure you have a go in the Corsa Nurburgring.

Look at Aston vauxhall prices, I did a corsa VXR quote on the partners site, with the finance contribution it was £2500 more expensive than Aston Vauxhall

I took advantage of this offer in July 2012 its nothing new

could just buy an overpriced audi a3 or vw golf instead?

Don't waste time reading any subjective opinions about the quality of cars by people on forums on the web. So much ignorance, bias, prejudice, snobbery and outdatedness. Nobody cares, or takes any notice what people think of this or that car maker anyway. Pointless reading them, pointless writing them.

We bought a brand new zafira (13 plate) on 0% finance for less than 10k about 6 months ago. Not my cup of tea but perfect for the wife and kids to wreck. Check Evans rather than vauxhall.

Too wide ranging and common to be HOT....£250 deposit on 4x4......
Edited by: "aeonf242" 12th Jan 2014

I like anything encouraging people to buy Vauxhalls. At least they are a british manufacturer who do actually build some of there cars here (take hint Ford!).
Missing the build of quality of my old Insignia compared to my current Megane. Vauxhalls are as well built as Audi's and BMW's these days, with considerably lower running costs.
I laugh at people driving round in A1's thinking there better than everybody else, a Corsa does as good a job for a lot less money!

mantamagic

I like anything encouraging people to buy Vauxhalls. At least they are a … I like anything encouraging people to buy Vauxhalls. At least they are a british manufacturer who do actually build some of there cars here (take hint Ford!).



Well they are a subsidiary of German Opel, who in turn are owned by American GM.

But go Vauxhall!!

In May 2012, GM announced it will build 7th generation Astra vehicles in the UK changing earlier plans to build it in mainland Europe. Production is due to start in 2015. The company announced it would invest £125 million in the Ellesmere Port factory and spend about £1bn in the UK component sector.

Go Griffin!

This offer has been ongoing for more than 6 months. However, every couple of months they have a weekend with a £500 fuel card added to this offer so its worth waiting if you are not in a desperate hurry. One word of warning though, the new Vauxhall Astra has terrible steering and I would avoid whatever the discount.

good offer if you're looking to buy new, Never buy new myself depreciation is too shocking. My "51" Vauxhall 3.2 Elite petrol has 192k and still going strong. 32k worth of car for £700 when i got it.

harmony999

This offer has been ongoing for more than 6 months. However, every couple … This offer has been ongoing for more than 6 months. However, every couple of months they have a weekend with a £500 fuel card added to this offer so its worth waiting if you are not in a desperate hurry. One word of warning though, the new Vauxhall Astra has terrible steering and I would avoid whatever the discount.



What problems have you experienced with the new Astra? I've driven a few different versions and it doesn't handle as well as a Focus (not many FWD cars do tbf) but I've not noticed anything untoward.

the vxr range is amazing, that shade blue they use on them just looks the part!

but I'd still have the bmw estoril blue though

We have an insignia, a 2.0 CDTI Sri, never again would we buy a vauxhall, was ok for the first wee while then the problems started, been brought home from various trips by the RAC and had numerous problems 'fixed', can't wait to get rid of it in the next few months. Just no idea what to get now.

I looked at an Astra GTC after seeing a full page advert in a national newspaper offering it at £229 a month and 0% finance.

Turned up to buy it, and it turned out that this was an "vauxhall associates" only deal. And I don't work for one of the companies on the list. It was a complete con, you can't advertise a national deal when it's not available to everyone. Told the dealer to stick their deal where the sun don't shine and bought another BMW instead.

dvdbargainhunter

I looked at an Astra GTC after seeing a full page advert in a national … I looked at an Astra GTC after seeing a full page advert in a national newspaper offering it at £229 a month and 0% finance.Turned up to buy it, and it turned out that this was an "vauxhall associates" only deal. And I don't work for one of the companies on the list. It was a complete con, you can't advertise a national deal when it's not available to everyone. Told the dealer to stick their deal where the sun don't shine and bought another BMW instead.



You should've made a complaint to the ASA. The ones I've seen like that have the notice in the footer about the partners/associates discount.

i bought my Corsa on a similar deal 2 years ago and no problems - touch wood. the monthly payment is the same as buying a better car secondhad, except it is new and therefore no MOT etc for 3 years. do the maths but for me, buying the new corsa costs me slightly less than buying secondhand and that doesn't count the 100000 mile warranty (as i will most likely never need that). this IS hot, personal prejudices of some notwithstanding.

Dee75

We have an insignia, a 2.0 CDTI Sri, never again would we buy a vauxhall, … We have an insignia, a 2.0 CDTI Sri, never again would we buy a vauxhall, was ok for the first wee while then the problems started, been brought home from various trips by the RAC and had numerous problems 'fixed', can't wait to get rid of it in the next few months. Just no idea what to get now.



Whatever you do choose next, I can guarantee there will have been an owner of it with a similar story to yours.

Dee75

We have an insignia, a 2.0 CDTI Sri, never again would we buy a vauxhall, … We have an insignia, a 2.0 CDTI Sri, never again would we buy a vauxhall, was ok for the first wee while then the problems started, been brought home from various trips by the RAC and had numerous problems 'fixed', can't wait to get rid of it in the next few months. Just no idea what to get now.



I had an Insignia 2.0 CDTI Sri which I drove for over 30k miles. The only issue I had was with the DPF which did not regenerate correctly. It was my own fault though, as too many short journeys and using a tuning box. I bought the car before I got a local job, so the problem could not be avoided. Maybe that was your problem? Other than that, the Insignia was a great car and I would recommend it to anyone.

good way of shifting cars at list price.
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