Vauxhall Warranty

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Would a life time warranty attract you to a Vauxhall

Yes
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7%
NO NO NO not a Vauxhall
2
13%
I absolutely detest Vauxhalls
2
13%
Its a Stupid warranty
3
20%
I never buy new cars
7
47%
 
Total votes : 15

Vauxhall Warranty

Postby FarmerPug » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:22 pm

Does anyone think this new warranty is a good idea, or has anyone seen past the bright lights to revel plenty of terms and conditions. Or can you simply not stand the sight of a Vauxhall.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Captain Jack » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:35 pm

The only Vauxhall I would consider is Insignia (Buick Regal in US :roll:) but would never buy a new car. Unless I win some lottery.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby FarmerPug » Fri Dec 03, 2010 12:40 pm

And i suppose if you did win the lottery your not going to head straight for a vauxhall showroom. Ive been in an insignia its all right but that was a demonstrater model at the motorshow so it was fully loaded which in the real world most vauxhalls arent and the mondeo looks better, so does the c5
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Captain Jack » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:11 pm

406executiveHDI wrote:the mondeo looks better, so does the c5

Indeed. Although I'd probably go for the C6 if money was no object :cheesy:
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Captain Jack » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:13 pm

By the way, the small print says, it's only valid for 100,000 miles. Lifetime my arse. :roll:
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby FarmerPug » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:17 pm

Thats what im on about, and its only applicable on the 1st owner, and it needs to be serviced at vauxhalls dealers.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby waue1978 » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:26 pm

Hyundai do a 5 year unlimited mileage warranty, while Kia now do a 7 year unlimited mileage warranty.

If warranty was the biggest factor when buying a car, most people would probably plump for one of those. Kias, whilst exceptionally bland, are starting to improve in quality over the past couple of years too.

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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby FarmerPug » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:40 pm

I know but 7 years of kia ownership thats the catch. Toyota which does make half decent cars has brought out a 5 year warrany, it even covers the braking system. And fiat do 5 years on i think the punto or panda.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby waue1978 » Fri Dec 03, 2010 1:44 pm

I know but 7 years of kia ownership thats the catch. Toyota which does make half decent cars has brought out a 5 year warrany, it even covers the braking system. And fiat do 5 years on i think the punto or panda.


That's because we have an interest in what we drive. For somebody that just wants reliable transport - an a to b car - & for whom the warranty would be a large factor in their choice, that Kia warranty would be hard to ignore. Especially considering their initial price too.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Welly » Fri Dec 03, 2010 2:20 pm

Surely there must be a time limit in addition to the 100k mileage limit? otherwise old-man low-miler could buy an Astra and have them fix everything for 15+ years :lol:

Do they still make the Monaro? That's the only Poxhall I'd drive 8)
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Doggy » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:42 pm

Welly wrote:Do they still make the Monaro? That's the only Poxhall I'd drive 8)

Me too, (though I fear they don't make 'em any more). :cry:
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Captain Jack » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:42 pm

Welly wrote:Do they still make the Monaro? That's the only Poxhall I'd drive 8)


Not sure, but even then - it's a Hoden really.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby GeordieBoy » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:48 pm

Monara is VXR8 or something now aint it? I've owned many Vauxhalls, 3 Astra's and 2 Vectra B's. Quite liked all 5 tbh.
Dont like the new shaped cars tho. VXR8 is only VX I would buy new now.
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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Captain Jack » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:48 pm

Holden*

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Re: Vauxhall Warranty

Postby Doggy » Fri Dec 03, 2010 3:50 pm

Captain Jack wrote:[Not sure, but even then - it's a Holden really.


As opposed to an Opel? they stopped making real Poxhalls in 1975, (thank god)!
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