With the average driver now spending an extra £6.48** at the pumps every time they fill up compared to this time last year, Evans Halshaw is helping those who buy a new Vauxhall between 28th April and 7th May 2017 to make their money go further with a £500 fuel card.
With drivers who fill up on a weekly basis now facing an average annual increase of £337, this pre-paid card will help cover the additional cost, with a little left over to help with the increased travel over the bank holidays.
During the 10 day event, customers will get £500 worth of free fuel on top of Vauxhall’s other great offers. The £500 free fuel offer is available on a wide range of models, including the award-winning Astra, urban-chic ADAM city car, fun-loving Corsa and all-season soft-top Cascada.
As well as passenger cars, the offer is applicable on models from Vauxhall’s practical yet stylish, multi-award-winning van range, including the Vivaro and Movano, so commercial vehicle customers can benefit too.
“We know that at this time of year motorists like to get out and about more, particularly with the May bank holidays just around the corner. However, over recent months fuel costs have continued to creep up, so this offer should help customers to get behind the wheel as often as they like and make the most of the lighter evenings and summer days.
“The Vauxhall £500 free fuel event is a great opportunity for those in the market for a new car to treat themselves with the added bonus of free fuel. The £500 pre-paid fuel card means that drivers will now be able to hit the open road and make the most of what their new car has to offer. We’d like to encourage anyone interested in a new vehicle to visit our dealership during the event to take advantage of this fantastic offer and discover the vast Vauxhall range for themselves.”
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