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£4,000 scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS selected new Astra / £3,000 or more part-exchange allowance off selected models @ Vauxhall
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£4,000 scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS selected new Astra / £3,000 or more part-exchange allowance off selected models @ Vauxhall

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Posted 4th Jun

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

For a short period only, we're offering £4,000 or more scrappage allowance off a new VIVA ROCKS and selected new Astra, Crossland X, Mokka X or Grandland X models.*

We’re also offering £3,000 or more part-exchange allowance off selected new Astra, Crossland X, Mokka X or Grandland X models – and that’s on top of the value of your car.

If your vehicle is worth less than £1,000, you can pick up £4,000 scrappage allowance* on selected models in our SUV range, the multi-award-winning Astra and stylish VIVA ROCKS.

If your vehicle is worth more than £1,000, you can part-exchange it and receive a minimum of £3,000 plus the value of your car towards a new Vauxhall*. Yes, really.


Choose between the classic, versatile Astra and one of our SUV models - from the versatile Mokka X to the life-ready Crossland X and dynamic Grandland X.
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Some ugly looking cars in that line up
Make sure you check broker sites as the discounts without scrappage can be better than the scrappage discounts.
daz_7504/06/2019 18:44

Some ugly looking cars in that line up


I can't get my head around how some companies are still making hideous cars in 2019.
Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my daughter just needs a basic car for traveling to work, she currently has a Corsa 1.2 on an X plate registration with a 100,000 miles on the clock (year 2000) and the bodywork is starting to rot. Any suggestions?
Wowhats04/06/2019 19:10

Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my …Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my daughter just needs a basic car for traveling to work, she currently has a Corsa 1.2 on an X plate registration with a 100,000 miles on the clock (year 2000) and the bodywork is starting to rot. Any suggestions?


Just buy 2nd hand polo or ibiza (petrol). Better quality. Even fiesta is a decent car, cheap to maintain.
Edited by: "hotuk161" 4th Jun
jg21304/06/2019 19:02

I can't get my head around how some companies are still making hideous …I can't get my head around how some companies are still making hideous cars in 2019.

Are any small 1 litre run about town cars particularly attractive? They’re too small to be pretty. I think these start at just over £12k and there’s little here for anyone to get their Rocks off over.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg04/06/2019 19:28

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It's the B (1993-2000), I do all the engine servicing,brakes,driveshaft,exhaust etc, a doddle to maintain but the bodywork is defeating me and the MOT is due next week.
Wowhats04/06/2019 19:39

It's the B (1993-2000), I do all the engine …It's the B (1993-2000), I do all the engine servicing,brakes,driveshaft,exhaust etc, a doddle to maintain but the bodywork is defeating me and the MOT is due next week.


My son had a 2002 Corsa C SXi. Very nice to drive and a great spec (even had air-con) and was not much more to insure from a 1.0 Corsa (Fiesta's were far dearer to insure for some reason). However it did fail it's mot every year with what seems common faults, front and rear springs, handbrake cables and drive shaft gaiters. And it did rust underneath, so that's why he got a Seat for his next car as mentioned above! As you say Corsa easy to work on and parts cheap, but Seat does seem better built. I would agree the Corsa 2004 facelift seems better built, as said by Fjurg.

All cars in this offer seem to be diesel models, wjat a surprise.
hotuk16104/06/2019 19:13

Just buy 2nd hand polo or ibiza (petrol). Better quality. Even fiesta is a …Just buy 2nd hand polo or ibiza (petrol). Better quality. Even fiesta is a decent car, cheap to maintain.


I second that, never buy a Vauxhall
Wowhats04/06/2019 19:10

Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my …Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my daughter just needs a basic car for traveling to work, she currently has a Corsa 1.2 on an X plate registration with a 100,000 miles on the clock (year 2000) and the bodywork is starting to rot. Any suggestions?


Go for another corsa or fiesta. Both cheap to run and insure. Never had an issue with any Vauxhalls we’ve had. Ford however.... but a fiesta should be a cheap run around too
Edited by: "choccie32" 4th Jun
Wowhats04/06/2019 19:10

Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my …Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my daughter just needs a basic car for traveling to work, she currently has a Corsa 1.2 on an X plate registration with a 100,000 miles on the clock (year 2000) and the bodywork is starting to rot. Any suggestions?


Viva, but they're *super* basic. If you want another small Vauxhall, the Corsa is the way to go, or the Adam if you want to spend a touch more.
Wowhats04/06/2019 19:10

Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my …Hi, can anyone advise me on the cheapest Vauxhall car available, my daughter just needs a basic car for traveling to work, she currently has a Corsa 1.2 on an X plate registration with a 100,000 miles on the clock (year 2000) and the bodywork is starting to rot. Any suggestions?


Can get 17 or 18 plate Viva for £6-7k.
adamguest198504/06/2019 20:24

Viva, but they're *super* basic. If you want another small Vauxhall, the …Viva, but they're *super* basic. If you want another small Vauxhall, the Corsa is the way to go, or the Adam if you want to spend a touch more.


Aircon and cruise, wouldn't call that basic.
winchman04/06/2019 20:27

Aircon and cruise, wouldn't call that basic.


Aircon is a £500 extra over the base (SE) model. And the interior will make the car feel cheaper than the X Reg Corsa it's replacing. Very plastic and just unexciting, IMO.
Edited by: "adamguest1985" 4th Jun
adamguest198504/06/2019 20:38

Aircon is a £500 extra over the base (SE) model. And the interior will …Aircon is a £500 extra over the base (SE) model. And the interior will make the car feel cheaper than the X Reg Corsa it's replacing. Very plastic and just unexciting, IMO.


If i understand right the VIVA Rocks starts from £12,245.00 and has Aircon and Cruise Control in the base model. After scrappage allowance it comes to £8245
hype7804/06/2019 21:04

If i understand right the VIVA Rocks starts from £12,245.00 and has Aircon …If i understand right the VIVA Rocks starts from £12,245.00 and has Aircon and Cruise Control in the base model. After scrappage allowance it comes to £8245


Ah, there's the confusion - I was talking about the base model Viva compared with a similarly priced Corsa, not the Rocks in this promotion.

Given this allowance, the Rocks isn't a bad shout, price wise.
Thought most Vauxhall dealers wiped £4k off the price of a car just for walking through the door. Wonder if Carwow would be a better bet. Even better if you could combine the typical Vauxhall price cutting with this offer. If you're inclined to buy a Vauxhall, that is.
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jg21304/06/2019 19:02

I can't get my head around how some companies are still making hideous …I can't get my head around how some companies are still making hideous cars in 2019.


Amazing isn't it. Went to look at volvo and Toyota. Toyota well renown for grandad cars but amazed how much better they are now. Vauxhall look terrible
Be careful vauxhall most of the time loose value very quick.. are they worth buying new????
Better off going for a fiat punto = same chassis as the corsa
or a fiat 500 = same chassis as the Adam

another thing to bear in mind is that not all 1.0 cars are cheap to insure. Currently driving a Alfa-romeo mito qv and my insurance is cheaper than the 1.0 Kia picanto i owned
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