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You can get £500 worth of FREE fuel this weekend – Here’s how

There’s a good deal coming this weekend for anyone who’s thinking of buying a new car.

Vauxhall has announced that it’s giving customers, who purchase an 18-plate car or van, £500 worth of free fuel.

The deal is available on all new cars purchased this weekend – Friday 9th March to Monday 12th March 2018.

Vauxhall is also pushing its new Help to Buy scheme where customers can get offers including up to five years 0% APR Flexible Finance, free insurance for a year on selected Corsa models or Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) finance if you like to change your vehicle regularly.

The £500 free fuel offer is available with any new Vauxhall including the Corsa, Astra and Mokka X. All-new models including the Crossland X and Grandland X SUVs are also included in the offer.

Based on the current average petrol price of 121.9p per litre, £500 buys approximately 90 gallons of fuel.

So customers choosing a Corsa 1.0i Turbo (90PS) three-door with Start/Stop, which achieves 64.2mpg, could enjoy over 5,000 miles of motoring on free fuel.

Van buyers can also take advantage of the offer, on purchases across Vauxhall’s multi award-winning commercial vehicle range which includes Corsavan, Combo, Vivaro and Movano.

“With a host of new models such as Grandland X and Crossland X SUVs, and firm favourites like Corsa and Astra, it has never been a better time to buy a new Vauxhall,” said Leon Caruso, Vauxhall’s Retail Sales Director.

“If you are looking to upgrade your car or van with a new 18-plate model, our £500 free fuel card and Help to Buy scheme make buying a brand new Vauxhall even more appealing. I encourage you to hot foot it down to your local Vauxhall retailer to take advantage of this fantastic offer.”

The free fuel card offer is available now on all orders between Friday 9th March and Monday 12th March 2018.


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