Marshall all fuelled up for Vauxhall Big Event

Mokka is one of the Vauxhalls available with �500 worth of free fuel.

Mokka is one of the Vauxhalls available with �500 worth of free fuel. - Credit: Vauxhall

The Vauxhall Big Event is back at Marshall of Ipswich from Friday, May 16 to Monday, May 19 with customers buying a new car or van getting £500 worth of free fuel.

Customers can also get 20% off all Vauxhall accessories, including sat-navs, iPhone/iPad cradles and cargo-liners.

Adam Roe, site manager at the Augusta Close retailer, said: “The Vauxhall Big Event will come as welcome news to motorists looking for a new vehicle. It gives drivers the opportunity to take advantage of a range of fantastic incentives, from helping to cut costs at the fuel pumps to discounts on accessories.”

The free fuel offer is available on a wide range of models, including the full-size Cascada convertible, fashionable Adam and Mokka compact sport utility vehicle.

As well as passenger cars, the offer is also on commercial vehicles across the multi-award-winning van range, including Corsavan, Combo, Vivaro and Movano.

Vauxhall’s £500 worth of free fuel is in addition to other offers including 0% APR Flexible Finance which allows customers to tailor their finance to suit their budget. All customers have to do is choose their new model, select any payment term between 24 and 60 months and decide on a deposit, which can be from zero upwards. In most cases, Vauxhall will even add a deposit contribution of up to £2,000.

Customers can also take advantage of a 2.9% APR representative flexible personal contract purchase plan (PCP) on Adam at £99 a month and Mokka at £199 per month. And there’s a new 0% APR PCP on Vauxhall’s top-selling Corsa that starts at £179 per month with a £179 deposit, with one year’s free insurance on either a Corsa Excite or Limited Edition model.

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Visit Marshall of Ipswich in Augusta Close, telephone 0844 334 9172 or check out the website at www.marshallweb.co.uk

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