Toomey Vauxhall launches new two-year 0% PCP offer
Toomey Vauxhall has introduced a new two-year 0% PCP offer available across its entire passenger car range, including electrified models.
James Taylor, Managing Director, Vauxhall, said: “At a time when interest rates in the market have been increasing, I’m pleased that we are able to introduce a new 0% PCP offer across our entire passenger car range, including electrified models. Combined with our Plug and Go offer, this provides even more options for people looking to make the switch to electric.”
Customers opting for this route can also take advantage of Vauxhall’s ‘Plug and Go’ offer for electrified vehicles, helping make electric mobility even more accessible.
As part of ‘Plug and Go,’ customers purchasing an electric or plug-in hybrid vehicle enjoy a number of core benefits as standard, including a battery warranty of eight years/100,000 miles and eight years’ roadside assistance.
To help make owning an electric car as easy as possible, Plug and Go also provides access to a variety of charging solutions. All new Vauxhall electrified vehicle customers receive an Octopus Electroverse card and will have an introductory £10 credit applied to their account. Designed to simplify public charging, the mobile app and card gives access to over 380,000 public chargers from different networks across the UK and Europe via a single account.
For customers charging from home, Vauxhall offers a choice of wallboxes from three approved providers, available from £589 including installation.* Customers can choose to pay up front or spread the cost of the wallbox across the length of their PCP agreement, making electric mobility more accessible.
The 0% PCP offer is available on orders placed from 1st February to 5th April 2023. A minimum 30% deposit is required to be eligible.
With the arrival of the All-New Astra Electric and Astra Sports Tourer Electric in 2023, Vauxhall customers will have a choice of six fully electric passenger vehicles. From 2024, Vauxhall will offer an electrified variant across every model in its line-up and will be an electric-only brand from 2028 - seven years ahead of the UK Government deadline.