Local Vauxhall retailer, Skurrays Vauxhall, is helping motorists in Swindon enjoy the thrill of owning a new car with a special insurance deal available on selected vehicles.
Young drivers (18 to 20 year olds) can take advantage of £99 first year insurance, provided by ingenie, on the New Corsa Limited Edition when an ingenie black box is fitted. On the same model, those aged 21 and over can get free insurance, through Vauxhall Insurance*.
“The Corsa is one of our most-loved cars, especially among young drivers so we’re really pleased to be helping young and mature drivers alike with this insurance offer, and getting even more motorists in Swindon on the road.” said Steve Hammill, Sales Manager at Skurrays Vauxhall.
As well as this great offer, Vauxhall is running a Scrappage Allowance scheme when customers trade in their old motor. This means a 21 year old customer could benefit from the £2,000 allowance, which would result in a £1,190 finance deposit contribution and payment of just £193 per month over 36 months for a Corsa three-door 1.2-litre Limited Edition, which includes one year’s free insurance and one year’s free OnStar featuring emergency response notification, stolen vehicle recovery technology and 4G Wi-Fi**.
Vauxhall’s Scrappage Allowance scheme helps customers take advantage of a £2,000 (including VAT) scrappage trade-in against most new passenger cars in its range. To qualify for the scheme, customers must have owned their trade-in vehicle for a minimum of 90 days. There is no upper age limit for cars and any manufacturer’s vehicle will be accepted.
To find out more about this insurance offer or any other information about Skurrays Vauxhall, please visit the retailer at Langley Road, Hillmead, Swindon, Wiltshire SN5 5QJ. Alternatively, call 01793 883600 or go online to www.skurrays.co.uk.
*Terms and conditions apply visit: http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/insurance
**On selected models only. OnStar is a comprehensive package, which includes a high-speed 4G Wi-Fi mobile network and stolen vehicle recovery technology. It can even give parents of young drivers more peace of mind thanks to its emergency response notification if the vehicle’s airbags deploy.