If you’ve recently had your eye on a shiny new Vauxhall car, here’s your chance to drive it away with up to £4,400 discount (including VAT).
To claim the discount, all you have to do is trade in your old car when you buy. Any brand will do, and the age of your vehicle doesn’t matter. You’ll simply need to prove that you’ve owned it for at least 90 days before the new-car order date and agree that the vehicle can be scrapped.
Our scrappage offer is available on top of other Vauxhall offers – so why not save even more by combining it with our Flexible Finance, Flexible PCP or insurance offers?
Find Out More
For more information on this offer, fill in the enquiry form below or call and speak to one of our specialists on:
Dungannon: 028 8744 0407
Eglinton: 028 7122 6378
Omagh: 028 8244 0524
Terms and conditions
-Scrappage allowance ONLY available on the following vehicles;
o VIVA ROCKS o Astra Energy, SRi,SRi Nav, SRi VX-Line Nav, SE, Elite, Elite Nav, Ultimate o Crossland X SE, SE NAV, Design Line, Elite, Elite Nav & Ultimate o Mokka X Active, Design Line, Elite, Elite Nav & Ultimate o Grandland X SE, Sport Nav, Elite Nav, Ultimate & Design Line
Only available on new car registrations
-Scrappage allowance only available on orders between 16 May 2019 and 30 June 2019 and subsequently registered by 30 June 2019
-Scrapped vehicle cannot be Peugeot, Citroen or DS
-To qualify for the scrappage allowance, the customer must trade-in a passenger car to be scrapped. (The vehicle must have all major components including interior and exterior parts).
-The trade-in vehicle for Scrappage must have been registered in the name & address of the customer for a minimum of 90 days prior to the customer order date of the new vehicle.
-The vehicle being scrapped must be at least 7 years old (from the date of registration).
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