Vauxhall is this year celebrating a mammoth 110 years of building and selling vehicles in the UK and to mark this milestone Drive Vauxhall is hosting a celebratory ‘Vauxhall 110-Year’ event.
This weekend (from Friday, September 13 to Monday, September 16) the Haverhill dealership will be offering customers who purchase a new Vauxhall car or van the chance to drive away with a £500 cash gift and benefit from a 20 per cent discount on Vauxhall accessories.
Sarah Ferrari, market area general manager at Drive Vauxhall, said: “We’re delighted to be hosting the Vauxhall 110th Year Celebration weekend, which not only enables customers who purchase a new model to enjoy a £500 cash gift, but also offers a fantastic opportunity for motorists to join us as we commemorate the brand’s impressive heritage.”
Alongside enjoying a £500 celebratory cash gift and 20 per cent off accessories with a new vehicle purchase during the weekend, customers can also take advantage of a choice of finance options plus free insurance on selected models.
With the manufacturer’s existing zero per cent APR flexible finance scheme, with zero per cent APR representative, nil deposit, payment terms between 24 and 60 months and a Vauxhall deposit contribution of up to £2,000, finance scheme allows customers to purchase a brand new Vauxhall car of their choice at a monthly payment to suit their personal budget.
All new Vauxhall cars come with a warranty which could last a lifetime, so customers can be confident that they are getting the best possible aftercare and service.
Available to the first owner of all new Vauxhall cars, the warranty is valid for the lifetime of the vehicle up to a maximum of 100,000 miles.
To find out more about Vauxhall’s 110th Year Weekend and the promotions available, contact Drive Vauxhall at Duddery Road, call 01440 703606 or go online to www.drivevauxhall.co.uk.
*£500 including VAT cash gift is only available for orders placed during the event period of September 13 to 16 and registered by September 30.
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