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Book a 25 point Vauxhall winter vehicle check for £25 & receive a choice of free gifts worth up to £35 @ Vauxhall
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Just received an email from Vauxhall - book 25 point vehicle check for £25 and get one of the following treats: £20 M&S Dine In e-Gift Card £20 Dominos Domino’s Pizza voucher e… Read more
Hammerit44

Or just get your main dealer to price match with independents or similar. If they wont budge try another dealer...

paulandpam1

Very true, but it's far simpler if you have a warranty claim by not giving the main Stealers an excuse to decline the work and then you having to prove your supplied parts where of an equivalent quality.

notavalidaddress

Not even genuine parts but parts of at least OE quality.

paulandpam1

My #1 comment was deleted by mods because I called main dealers robbing B*"*^*#. I didn't know comments could be deleted for telling the truth and I did not use the full profanity so hopefully the above is now acceptable :D It's about time more people started using the independent garages for non warranty repairs and all servicing, just had mine done after Frauds quoted me £240 for a first year service my local garage done it for £60 labour because I supplied the genuine oem oil & Filter (cost £35) total cost £95 vs £240 dealership price. It's also worth noting you DO NOT need to have your car serviced by a main stealer to maintain the vehicles warranty the local garage just have to use genuine manufacturers parts and provide you with an official VAT receipt.

Gentle_Giant

Buy Mitsubishi, my 10 y/o car has cost me £9.65 in repair bills so far, oh; plus the "l" fell off one of the "Classic" stickers on the drivers door. All dealers are con artists though. Had Toyota try and charge my sister £88 for new wiper blades that cost £12.

Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav - 36 Month Lease - 3+35 - £159.48 Per Month total cost £6,205 at What Car? Leasing
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Thought this was a reasonable deal for a 36 month family car lease (equivalent to £2,068 per year). 3 months upfront (£478.44) and then 35 payments of £159.48 (+£145 admin fee). … Read more
mrwhitelabel

Many are ex motability too

JasonWells

Total for us comes to around 6500 total inc. but work a lower deposit

enjoys999

Not sure whether your numbers include the doc fee, but total for us including doc fee is £6187.60, same mileage and term only difference is 6 + 35.

JasonWells

Monthly Price: £167.38 (Inc VAT) Finance Type: Personal (Switch to best Business price) Initial Payment: £502.14 (Inc VAT) Term: 3 + 35help Contract Length: 36 Monthshelp Yearly Mileage: 8,000 mpa For me

alankfc02

Thanks. Mines was order 2 weeks ago today and got the paperwork today in the post but no date

Vauxhall Astra 1.6T Elite Nav 16V 200 - 24 Month Lease (1 x 23) - 10k miles p/a - £189.99 pm + £100 admin fee = £4659.76 @ Leasing Options
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Thought this looked a decent price for this Vauxhall Astra on a 2 year lease (10k miles per annum) - works out at £189.99 per month or £194.16 net including admin fee. Price includ… Read more
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Sammylove2016

It’s “humour”.

soldierboy001

Get a sense of humor please.

Butters

Pretty much on tap, cannot complain at all for the money paid, good fun for what looms like an everyday car. Blew away a new jag r sport 180, guy looked shocked then got a little upset (y) The only downside so far if I had to be picky is the fuel consumption is pretty heavy, but that's to be expected I guess, my heavy foot probably doesn't help. Averaging 35mpg so far, may see some additional gains with a few k miles on the clock.

shadowk17

Congrats! Is the power available on tap or do you have to work it to see the results?

Sammylove2016

It’s a perfectly fine car and very good price for new Car with all mod cons. All new cars at this level are pretty boring - all of them. Vauxhalls are actually great for those who want a capable machine for moving around in without trying to desperately seek attention and validation from wider society.

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Vauxhall Astra 1.6t Elite Nav 200ps, 24 month lease (PCH) - £203.15 p/m for 10k per annum @ Motorama
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Not everyone’s cup of tea, but just over £200 a month for a fairly well equipped car will do me. Price includes metallic paint. Plenty of other mileage options available. I had p… Read more
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AshDaBash

I’ve got mine finally arriving on Monday (they originally quoted me a date of the 12th when I ordered), so I’m a little peeved at them too. Some of this may have been due to the back and forth on pricing, but I agree with you on the insurance thing. I’d have probably cancelled and gone with Nationwide myself, but at the time they had a price of around £230 a month for 12k P/A, and I got a price of £201 with Motorama.

strengethy

Quick follow up on this deal and leasing company. I ordered 4 weeks ago and they were quick to take a £500 deposit for the "in stock fast delivery" vehicle and as of today I have an estimated delivery date which is another 4 weeks away. I am cancelling in the morning and using Nationwide who can get me the same car for the same price in a week. All Motorama/Vanarama has done in the past 4 weeks has been to try and sell me Insurance. Got fed up with it in the end.

MercilessKiller

Bearing in mind I live/drive around London/The M25 about 33mpg with all the starting and stopping. When I head up to Leeds on the M1 it obviously goes up substantially hahaha!

chridt

What sort of mpg are you getting ?

MercilessKiller

For what it's worth, I have the 1.4t elite nav Astra and it's an amazing car - Best car I've ever driven :) You get what you pay for too don't forget - If you're expecting a luxurious high end car, then you'd be expecting odd things. At the same time, it's fast, comfortable, tech'ed up - it's fantastic value too. I highly recommend this deal. I have 5 months left on my current lease but getting in touch with them to see if I can order now for in 5 months time (PLEEEEEEASE)

Vauxhall Astra 1.6t elite Nav 200ps hot hatch - £5,146.14 total over 24 months including admin fee @ Select Car Leasing
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Great leasing options on this model. Hot hatch performance for around £200 including deosit. 6.6s to 62MPh according to reviews or 7.3s based on Vauxhall specs. Also fairlygood le… Read more
dajambo

this is a really good deal- can be found slightly cheaper else where but not worth a not deal post. i think i will have one of these

lpoolm

i just need something similar with a smaller upfront cost, but obviously this normally bumps the monthly cost right up so very hard to find..

JonoG

I have just ordered on from Nationwide - similar deal but with free metallic paint - my local Vauxhall dealer couldn't get anywhere close - over £400 per month.

smellyonion

5k for a car that you dont own after 2 years! You could go to Kazakhstan and buy a donkey for £50. Itll return the equivalent of 200 mpg as all they need is carrots.

chris.mcgivern

Same deal on nationwide vechile contracts but with free matillic paint. Leather seats is only option for interior though 200bhp, with all the toys and lether interior for 200 quid a month including road tax. Has to be a hot deal Signed up this morning. Went for black.

2018 New Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport PETER VARDY - £14990 @ Peter Vardy
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2018 New Vauxhall Insignia Grand Sport PETER VARDY - £14990 @ Peter Vardy
This is AUTOEXPRESSfamily car of the year 2018 Delivery Mileage 18 Plate Insignia Grand Sport 1.5T Cash Price: £14,990 OR £499 Deposit £219 Per Month 5.9% APR Finance ALSO I… Read more
seaniboy

Post Brexit ? Post Brexit where ? Prob post to DWP for jobseekers because Opel won’t bail Vauxhall out if it’s proven Vauxhall knew of the fire faults and done nowt, between massive fines and legal action from owners, insurance companies there will be pot Brexit - F all left or of a U.K. company no one wants to buy as a whole with them liabilities. Like U.K., NHS and your human rights it will all be broken up and sold off (excited) At least I have a chance in Scotland :)

seaniboy

Prob his cheap Android short circuited the whole car, cheap tat, hope it was reliable sources item as well his car insurance direct debit may have bounced after the spyware cleared his bank account - and it ain’t cheap to sue Vauxhall etc for faulty designs, esp when you have to prove it’s a design fault (they know of internally) (excited)

seaniboy

Couldn’t you just have threw them some of your dirty bath water ?

deleted1637327

Lol u are not made from sugar. Do not worry u wont melt (lol)

fireman1

I wish I could afford the bus but with huge fairs, long walks and waiting in the rain... I will stick with car.

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Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 Elite NAV 4 years lease - £920 deposit - £153 per month @ Whatcar leasing
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Vauxhall Crossland X 1.2 Elite NAV 4 years lease - £920 deposit - £153 per month @ Whatcar leasing
Seems like a fairly good price for this car £153 per month.
Disco.Dave

Captur rip off design

LeeSpicer

£8264 I’d rather buy one thanks

weebigal

Again 4 years on a lease is too long but further down the link supplied is 10K miles/pa on 24 months for a lower deposit at £593.25 and 23 months at £197.75. My maths might be a bit ropey but I get that to ££5141.50 plus whatever the admin fee is. Net £214.23 excluding admin. If only it was a diesel at that price, I had one from the garage as a courtesy car and quite liked it to drive.

notavalidaddress

Wouldn't go near a lease that takes you past the warranty period.

stethorn

4 years and your responsible for any repairs for the MOT, etc.

Vauxhall Astra - 1.4T 16V 150 Elite Nav Car Leasing - 8000 miles a year - 6 months upfront - 24 month contract - £182.84 a month £1097 upfront @ NVC
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Vauxhall Astra - 1.4T 16V 150 Elite Nav Car Leasing - 8000 miles a year - 6 months upfront - 24 month contract - £182.84 a month £1097 upfront @ NVC
Been keeping my eye on this for a while and its come down slightly. You can opt for a 36 month contract which brings the monthly cost down to £177. £1097 upfront Seems like a go… Read more
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silla1974

My elite nav just went back. 2 year's of faultless motoring. Averaged 41 mpg. And it pretty fast. Gadgets galore. Heated steering wheel, heated seats all round, front/rear sensors, video playback. £129 a month Inc maintenance. Was my first lease deal. Never going back to knackered 10 year old cars now :D

david10666

I had one for 2 years and was very happy with fuel consumption wheels are a pain to clean but apart from that all good mines up for sale at the car shop for top money but it did get a top grade from the vehicle collection guy

loofer

i think the SRi VX Line was overall about this price. Have a search

gazzab721

Coming to the end of my two year lease with the 1.4T SRi Nav variant and have to be honest and say that i am delighted with the performance and economy of the car (circa 40mpg combined). I had an old version of the astra around 6 years ago and hated it. Went with the new model after the facelift and improved engine and it was like night and day to the old one. In my opinion the only thing letting the Elite Nav down was the horrible looking alloy wheels when compared to the SRi Nav. Certainly is not a bad car to drive whichever version you decide on going with.

minky1602

on my 2nd year through Jet leasing, 8,000pa only done 7, had issues at first if I was parked facing down car wouldn't go in reverse, soon sorted, the extra's are great, especially the heated steering wheel, I pay £127 per month and put £700 odd pound down, be interesting to see what they offer me come February, been well satisfied, tax and AA thrown in too!

Vauxhall Astra 1.4T 16V 150 SRi Nav 8000 miles pa £172.08 per month £1032.08 initial (23+6) dep £198 fee @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
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Vauxhall Astra 1.4T 16V 150 SRi Nav 8000 miles pa £172.08 per month £1032.08 initial (23+6) dep £198 fee @ Nationwide vehicle contracts
Free metallic, 8" touch screen Sat nav, Alloys, onstar, 0-62 7.8 secs, in stock 7-14 days
david10666

has anyone on here tried to extend their lease for another 12 months ? my 2 year deal on the astra elite comes to an end in 3 weeks but I have enquired to extend it just as another option . will I have to mot it or can I send it back early after the 3 years ? I got the cheap deal by the way(£119 inc sat nav})and I have to say I've been really pleased with the car its averaged over 40mpg for the 11k I've done in it

DomBhoy10

Thanks mate will look into it

m5rcc

There is a leasing comparison website if you Google it...

DomBhoy10

Hi folks I'm new to leasing never done it before. I'm looking for any good deals to mull over! I bought a zafira brand new about 3 years ago and I've lost over £8000 so for me this is the best way to go now. Any advice or tips would be great.

Bigsmoke825

Love the usual cold 'Vauxhall' comments with nothing really to back it up! I've owned 3 Vauxhalls and they've never missed a beat, luck of the draw probably as no manufacturer is perfect! But I do love all the Jeremy Clarksons in here slating them simply cause is not a BMW, Audi etc

Vauxhall Crossland-X Lease, 36 and 48 Month, 8k and 10k Mileage Allowances from £986.28 initial payment - £164.38 monthly payment for 48m@ Vauxhall Greenhous via WhatCar
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Vauxhall Crossland-X Lease, 36 and 48 Month, 8k and 10k Mileage Allowances from £986.28 initial payment - £164.38 monthly payment for 48m@ Vauxhall Greenhous via WhatCar
Spotted this deal which I think is excellent for a 'SUV' style vehicle. Range of deals including: 48 month lease - 8k mileage - £986.28 initial payment - £164.38 monthly payment … Read more
Bertz99

Impossible to give you the definitive answer as to what will happen as all contracts/negotiations differ. The specific details in the terms for both the lease and insurance is where you need to look to figure out the what it's you might or might not get reassurance with gap. First premise though is if written off the owner was expecting x number of payments and the residue value to be realised. Finding a car with low mileage at same age/condition in a write off situation is not going to be that easy. I have seen direct line do that - took a few months, gave the guy 1 month rental so month 2 (whilst still sourcing) he needed to rent whilst paying lease to ensure not terminated albeit with no vechile. Owner isn't obligated to accept a different car. Worse case could be (could as it will be in the small print what happens on termination) early termination fees, all payments to conclude and value of vechile predicted at point the contract would have concluded. This would be partly offset by the insurer paying the least they can, albeit above the future predicted value at point of the incident. The difference is where gap may come as a benefit (along with your deposit). Few things to note though is most insurers offer new for old under 12 months , some 24 albeit direct line limit this to only owners (Can't remember poster name on here that gave that). Other than that exception and with a small deposit gap it could be argued as not relevant early on in the contract. Everyone will sell you gap regardless if it suits your needs (is the cause of largest number of formal complaints when people find they are not covered for situations they expected it to). Pro on lease gap insurance though, as its scope is alot smaller than buying it is also cheaper and can give peace of mind for not a significant amount. Hoping that answers a bit more of what you were asking? If not I guess itzy bitzy it is.

m5rcc

Sure

Broadsword

You offering? :o

m5rcc

Frustrating? Would you like some alleviation?

Broadsword

I dont know the answer either which is why i found your answer so frustrating.

Dexos 2 Engine oil (Vauxhall but also other cars with DPF) £18 from ASDA
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Dexos 2 Engine oil (Vauxhall but also other cars with DPF) £18 from ASDA
Decent price for 5 ltrs of Dexos 2 oil. Suitable for cars with the dreaded DPF only. Meets or exceeds the requirements of the following specifications: API SN/CF, ACEA C3, BMW LL-… Read more
Mirola

Back to 23.50 now.

othen

I think £18 is about the regular price (I don't think the £23 price is used), so this is not a hot deal. I often buy oils from Asda when it has a sale on those items and the price is generally £10-£12 a gallon (at that price it is a bargain).

Mirola

They do not advertise it as such, but OK. Still a good deal for Dexos 2 though. Couldn't find it anywhere cheaper two weeks ago when I had to buy some, this would have saved me about 4 quid to the cheapest I found then.

singhisking68

£18 is standard price....

Free Pizza at Pizza Express, (£20) or afternoon tea for 2, or 5 album downloads with a Vauxhall car check (£25)
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Free Pizza at Pizza Express, (£20) or afternoon tea for 2, or 5 album downloads with a Vauxhall car check (£25)
Just seen this on Facebook, so credit to them. Thought this looked a nice treat! * Just checked the ts and cs. The pizza express voucher is £20. This is given as an egift, and yo… Read more
rd3d2

Does anyone know what the process is for claiming your reward after your inspection is completed?

wizk1

See post #15. Your link is for the terms of the 3 rewards you can choose from. Not the initial eligibility. Click the link the OP posted and scroll to the bottom. The "Vauxhall only" clause is there.

Hearnia_2K

Nope, not when I click to read the full Ts&Cs... http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/owners_services/parts_servicing/check-and-treat/terms-and-conditions.html

Tillboy

Could have cooked pizza on the dashboard of my zafira when it went up in smoke - cut out the middleman

nougat

You don't need to take a Vauxhall to a garage to confirm it is crap.

Free car wash voucher (Vauxhall cars ONLY) @ IMO/ARC
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Free car wash voucher (Vauxhall cars ONLY) @ IMO/ARC
Free car wash voucher entitles you to a free “wash 3” car wash at any IMO/ARC car wash centre in the UK. There are over 300 IMO/ARC car wash centres nationwide to select from. Vis… Read more
Canary0500

Wash 3 includes the following: Hand pre-wash Wheel Wash 8 Brush soft wash Dry Under car wash Triple coloured foam Foam Wax

thetreelogger

shows money can't buy you common sense https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UHFwkFTKtMw

thetreelogger

would not use unless your car is wrapped/ has paint protection film

IcemintB

Worker for my Audi SQ5 :D

bobdylan

What??

3 Years Lease 8k miles - Vauxhall Corsa 5 Door 1.4 SRi VX-Line 2017 (£5303) Average cost £147.30 a month - Nationwide
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3 Years Lease 8k miles - Vauxhall Corsa 5 Door 1.4 SRi VX-Line 2017 (£5303) Average cost £147.30 a month - Nationwide
Available in Black & Grey Metallic Personal price per month (Incl VAT) £134.34 Initial Rental £403.02 Incl VAT Processing Fee: £198.00 Incl Link to vauxhall:- http://www.vauxh… Read more
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lukeyinyork

Heat from me. Not a huge vauxhall fan but it's a decent overall price for 3 years and 8k mileage.

Avallon

Well if a Scotsman posts it as a deal - it must be! :p Not sure why this is cold - you get a good spec car that's a notch above C1s etc but at a similar price. Hot!

scottishpunter

Looking on Motors, the cheapest I can find this car is £11,895, assuming you could haggle the price down to around £11,000, the low rate TSB loan would cost £11,483 (£11k over 3 years), road tax £60 (2 years @ £30) so roughly to buy on finance would cost roughly £11,500. Therefore after three years the sale price you would have to achieve on this car after three years would be around £6,200 to beat this deal. http://www.motors.co.uk/car-44793592/?i=68&m=sr According to Honest Johns, trade in value of a 2014 sxi Corsa is £4,580 with a private sale about £5,600. http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/used-prices/Vauxhall/Corsa/2014/?q=SXi Obviously a good haggle or use of carwow etc will probably return better deals - but this seems reasonable to me?

SCOUSEKEVIN

Thanks OP Bought a Brand new Corsa Never Again will I buy a Vauxhall TROUBLE from start to finish

Vauxhall Astra 1.4t 150 Elite Nav Lease 6+23 10k fully maintained £5328.46 @ Jet Vehicle Finance
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Vauxhall Astra 1.4t 150 Elite Nav Lease 6+23 10k fully maintained £5328.46 @ Jet Vehicle Finance
Top Spec Astra 1.4 150hp 5 door - leather, heated front and back seats, sat nav, one star, fully maintained 178,76 X 23 payments 6 months down £145 fee inc vat Various other deal… Read more
tee_tee

To be fair I would have gone with the maintenance option. Ive had a Astra elite 1.4t through jet since sept 2016. I have had nothing but problems with it Electronic park brake failed the day it got delivered. Intermittent radio problems, where it crackles and when u use the indicators u cant hear the sound the indicator gives off. Worst of all ESC fault where it goes into limp mode while driving reduce power and reduced steering assist. First time it went in I had to pay out of my own pocket £10 per day for a replacement corsa the dealer put me in. they had it for over a week and couldn't recreate the fault asked me to take it back and monitor it.. this June gone has been faulting so much and randomly loosing power while driving. It was getting dangerous. Took it back to Vauxhall and been there over 3 weeks now. They created a technical case with Vauxhall and they agreed to put me in a hire vehicle at Vauxhalls cost. The test the car daily sometimes faults and sometimes doesn't but Vauxhall seem to be out of there depth with fixing the car I have told the lease company I don't want the car if Vauxhall can't fix it. I am not going to risk mine and my family's safety driving a death trap.. will never have a Vauxhall again.

bman

This is a great deal at £4k for a car with most of the bells and whistles. Excess mileage fee is 7.21p making it a great deal to go for the 5k miles initially. I went for the Elite Nav and just ordered through Jet. It includes the 8" touchscreen (vs 7" touchscreen), coloured display on instrument cluster, shark fin antenna and upgraded steering wheel. Only £6 extra per month. The free metallics are a bit poor. I thought black looked old, maybe because of the bumper plastic. Don't know. I liked white best but it's a cost option. Chose Cosmic Grey. Hoping I get this before 1 April where the cost will go up by £20/month after the tax change. I want to sneak in a 17 plate before then!

Johnnyboy360

Doubt it. Reading the forums, Vauxhall says "it's just one of those things". Not accepting blame... Not surprised!

taylope1

Here fishy fishy :-)

m5rcc

The points he mentions are nothing to do with maintenance but are warranty issues, all of which can be rectified whether you buy outright, lease via PCH or PCP with or without maintenance.

Vauxhall Astra 1.4 (150PS) Elite 2 yr personal lease 10k miles/pa - 23 months @ £149.51 + deposit £897.07 (inc VAT) - Total deal price = £4335.80 @ JET
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Vauxhall Astra 1.4 (150PS) Elite 2 yr personal lease 10k miles/pa - 23 months @ £149.51 + deposit £897.07 (inc VAT) - Total deal price = £4335.80 @ JET
Found this outstanding lease deal for a top spec Astra Elite, 1.4 turbo petrol. Total price over 2 years - £4335.80 Full spec from Vauxhall's website: 17-inch multispoke alloy… Read more
Heavenkiss

What colour you go for mate? Gonna order on weekend myself i think

mileslt

Hot! Picked the Elite Nav model in June on a lease after selling my 2005 320d and love it. yes it's a vauxhall but it's a great car to drive with lots of technology for the price. what other car this price has its own wifi zone!

Heavenkiss

Cheapest i can get this offer for is 4454.04. Closest i can get to the deal price here.

richardharvey735

definite a copper

Northerndave

Is that a Vauxhall cheese sandwich VXR ?

Vauxhall Viva 66 plate pre reg 5 door £6995 (£5995 with scrappage allowance)  peter vardy
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Vauxhall Viva 66 plate pre reg 5 door £6995 (£5995 with scrappage allowance) peter vardy
Bargain for a decent spec small 5 door car
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alanbeenthere

We've been conned by QE for years. Yes all that QE made us appear to be doing great, so great in fact that taxes were going down, the national debt was going down and more services were in the pipeline..oh wait. Anyway, we're here now so so I guess we all find out one way or another. :)

Joe90_guy

Apparently a lot of people who felt 'left behind' or were 'just about managing' voted for Brexit. Good luck then with the new post-Brexit reality that's about to engulf you. You're about to become 'left way behinds' and 'just can't manage any mores'. Or maybe they believed Nigel Garage's rallying cry about 'fighting for The Little Man'. I do hope these people have now spotted that Nige has gone back to his old day job of being a stockbroker and that his chief financial backer trousered £220 million as a result of betting on Brexit. Ever felt like you've been conned? Oh, and about the EU not doing so great. Well maybe it isn't but WE were doing well, very well actually, in fact better than we had done for decades and surely that's more important, especially if you're going to wrap yourself up in The Union Jack and claim to love your country?

alanbeenthere

Not everyone voted in the referendum based on finance, Of course the EU is doing great isn't it?

Joe90_guy

Yep. I'm 100% with you on this. I recently bought a 16 plate car, not because I needed one but because in a year's time, I reckon it will be at least 10% more expensive and because of inflation I'll be that much poorer. I also bought one with the absolute minimum running costs because fuel is set to rocket. I really don't understand the views of people that even now still believe voting for Brexit was the smart thing to do. The £ is already substantially down and likely to crater even further whatever happens with Article 50. Inflation is already with us; I'm already seeing this at Aldi & Lidl. We're retuning to the days of bad money where inflation outstrips what you can get in interest on your savings. And for what? We're already set for £122 billion in lost growth. It looks very much like we'll continue to pay into the EU for access to the single market. Everyone already here will have the right to stay here and the bulk EU law will simply be enshrined in English law! How is that a win?? I find it deeply ironic that people who make such an emotionally incontinent display of 'loving their country' are the very people that are going be responsible for damaging it beyond repair. So sad when, for the first time I'm my living memory that the country was actually doing okay relative to our peers.

Proveright

Au Contraire. After Brexit , the pound will get stronger and be worth more and so will buy more and prices will go down.. The con is that we have to wait two years to get out of the Evil EU , and instead of paying money into the EU political ideal hole, the Government will be able to spend the money here , where they want and that includes the NHS !

Vauxhall Winter Safety Check for only £25 including 12 months Roadside Assistance
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Vauxhall Winter Safety Check for only £25 including 12 months Roadside Assistance
Vauxhall are offering a Winter Safety Check for only £25 including 12 months Roadside Assistance. You're Winter Safety Check includes; 12 months Roadside Assistance A 25-… Read more
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AndyRoyd

No obvious definition of t&c for the roadside assistance. Other than some fulid top-ups, I'm not sure I'd want to pay £25 to receive some repair quotations.

Princess from SFF @ LOST Theatre Vauxhall London Admin charge - £2 code=182471
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Princess from SFF @ LOST Theatre Vauxhall London Admin charge - £2 code=182471
NOTE SFF theatre shows are not freebies anymore There is a non-refundable admin charge of £2.00 per person for this event. But still well worth it as you save a lot from tickets … Read more
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dalipsinghno1

I agree with you here but that's an old dog that's hard for them to change.

Lahn

EXACTLY, that's my point, and it's a bloody joke, especially when it's per ticket - the administrative workload doesn't increase just cause you order more tickets, come on! - Maybe add a fixed fee per order, to cover the manual admin workload of doing it - However if it was done online, and you have to print out the ticket yourself/show your email etc, there is literally no justification of having an admin fee in my opinion :( Please don't misunderstand me, I am okay with paying the price it costs, but I am offended that they call it ticket price + admin fee, rather than just one product :P

dalipsinghno1

There is always a booking admin fee all theatre shows will charge irrespective of the ticket price.

dalipsinghno1

Sorry I copied the link assuming the code will be in it code=182471

Lahn

£2 admin charge, what kind of **** is that - just call it what it is, £2 ticket price! Sorry, just a pet peeve of mine. Voted hot as it clearly is. :)

Vauxhall £2000 scrappage scheme is back - up to £2000 for any car
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Vauxhall £2000 scrappage scheme is back - up to £2000 for any car
Vauxhall £2000 scrappage scheme is back. you can get up to £2000 for any car. it doesn't matter what condition it is. the car has to be in your name for minimum 90 days
bigcul1

Ah Vauxhall, cold for me, would rather walk

thedvdmonster

Was perfect when I got 2k for my X ref focus that on its last legs, and they also chucked in interest free payments which was ideal. A brand new corsa for £179 a month is cheaper than most lease deals and you get to keep the car.

pops1975

Saw an article about this on Honest John website yesterday - Fiat will also give you £2500 off a Fiat 500x. Was considering this but felt the Vauxhalls were overpriced even with the scrappage saving.

ezzer72

Whoooooosh!

Nut82uk

Vauxhall should be paying customers to drive their horrendous vehicles.

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