Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Fight the Fuel Increase at Vauxhall's Big Event; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)

Fight the Fuel Increase at Vauxhall's Big Event; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE

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AS almost two thirds of drivers admit fuel prices have altered their driving habits, Vauxhall dealer, Evans Halshaw, is helping motorists take to the road for less by offering customers PS500 of free fuel at their forthcoming Big Event weekend.

The poll, commissioned by Vauxhall*, revealed the cost of fuel would influence the purchasing decisions of 81 per cent of drivers when buying a new vehicle, while 34 per cent of drivers admitted seeking out petrol stations which offer the most competitive fuel prices.

Fortunately for motorists in North East, until Monday, the dealership on St James Square, Gateshead is hosting the event whereby customers who buy a new Vauxhall vehicle, such as Vauxhall's brand new sub-compact SUV, the Mokka, can drive away with PS500 of free fuel**.

Helping drivers take to the road for less. In addition, during the four-day event, customers at the dealership can also take advantage of Vauxhall's unique and innovative zero per cent APR Flexible Finance scheme***.

Available on new cars from the Vauxhall range, Flexible Finance allows customers to tailor their financial plans to suit them. With no minimum deposit, zero per cent APR and flexible payment terms, which can vary between 24 and 60 months, motorists are able to purchase a brand new Vauxhall for a monthly payment that fits in with their personal budget.

What's more, Vauxhall is offering up to PS1,000 deposit contribution on a range of new cars purchased on Flexible Finance. This, combined with the free fuel offer available throughout The Big Event weekend, allows customers to save even more when purchasing a new Vauxhall.

All new Vauxhall cars come with a warranty which could last a lifetime. Available to the first owner of all new Vauxhall cars, the warranty is valid for the lifetime of the vehicle.

Martin Gardner concludes: "We recognise it's a challenging time, with motorists taking more care when running their car. …

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