20% Off Most Vauxhalls During Summer Savings Season

Summer savings just got a little more interesting for Vauxhall fans, as the carmaker can now offer customers 20 percent off a brand new vehicle. Buyers can expect savings of nearly £5,000 on the Brit-built Astra Sports Tourer or drive away a new Corsa 5-door SRi 1.7 CDTi 16v £3,465 cheaper than before.

This summer's Vauxhall Countdown event will see big savings on cars, before options, as well as the entire genuine Vauxhall accessory range, when a car is ordered or registered between June 17 and July 18 this year.

If you’ve always dreamed of having a powerful Insignia VXR Nav 2.8i V6 24v Turbo 4x4 Auto you can now save £7,165. For customers on a tighter budget a top of the range Agila SE 1.2 16v ecoFLEX now costs only £9,851, a saving of £2,274. Meanwhile, for families after great value holiday wheels, the Meriva ticks all the right boxes from as little as £13,141, saving £3,064.

Vauxhall Countdown means that fitting a high quality bike carrier will now cost just £52 and to make your journey a real breeze, a Garmin sat nav is only £88. Buyers can also save up to £130 on a set of 17-inch alloys while a set of privacy shades cost just £33.60 (including fitting and centre caps).What’s more, all cars in Vauxhall’s range come with a Lifetime Warranty (or up to 100,000 miles).

“Vauxhall Countdown is a no-nonsense 20 per cent discount that applies across almost all models in our range as well as our full range of accessories,” said Peter Hope, Vauxhall’s Marketing Director. “It has instant appeal for all our customers and makes ownership of some of our latest, award-winning cars even more attractive than before.”
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