Time to trade up to a shiny new Vauxhall.
You couldn’t have timed it better. Because now if you part-exchange your current vehicle for a selected new Vauxhall SRi, you’ll save an additional £1,000. And that’s on top of all the other offers plus the value of your car.
Saving is simple.
Terms and Conditions
Representative Example includes £1,000 customer Trade Up. Trade Up is an
additional £1000 towards your part exchange when purchasing selected New
Vauxhall SRi models. You must have owned your current vehicle for at least 90
days. Offer available
on SRI trims on the following models: All-new Corsa (excl. Electric),
Crossland, Grandland X (excl. Hybrid), Astra & Insignia. Offer applies to
private individuals only. Not available with 0% Finance or Contract Hire.
Ordered between the 7th April - 6th July 2021. Vauxhall Motors
Limited reserves the right to change, amend or withdraw this offer at any point
in time. If you do not have a vehicle to Trade Up please ask for a separate
You will not own the vehicle until all payments are made. Finance is based on a personal contract purchase. At the beginning of the contract the legal owner is the finance provider and at the end of the agreement there are 3 options: (i) Renew: Part exchange the vehicle (ii) Retain: Pay the Optional Final Payment to own the vehicle or (iii) Return the vehicle. Optional final payment not payable if you opt to return the vehicle at the end of the agreement (vehicle condition, excess mileage and other charges may be payable). You will not own the vehicle until all payments due are made. Credit is subject to status. Offer may be varied, withdrawn or extended at any time. Offer applies to private individuals and Vauxhall Partners. Orders from 7th April to 6th July 2021. Finance by Vauxhall Finance, CF15 7YT.
Lookers Vauxhall is a trading name of Lookers Motor Group Limited, 3 Etchells Road, West Timperley, Altrincham, WA14 5XS, registered in England & Wales Reg. No. 143470. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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