Vauxhall is helping young drivers (aged 18-24) cover the initial cost of getting on the road, with a £1,000 (including VAT) insurance contribution when they buy a Corsa Limited Edition.
Young drivers can combine the insurance contribution with one of Vauxhall’s great finance offers, helping to make the cost of motoring more affordable. With a variety of competitive offers to choose from, including Personal Contract Payment plans, the Corsa is a fantastic option to get young drivers on the road.
The Corsa Limited Edition is ideally suited as a first car, with a host of features that make the model stand out from the crowd. On the outside, 17-inch black alloy wheels, front lower spoiler, side sills, VXR-style roof spoiler and a chrome-effect exhaust give the model an imposing road presence, while sports suspension and LED daytime running lights enhance performance and driver visibility.
Inside, the Corsa Limited Edition offers exceptional comfort and connectivity. Sports-style front seats, VX-Line interior pack (VX-Line leather covered flat-bottom steering wheel, VX-Line leather covered gear knob and handbrake lever), air conditioning and tinted rear windows give all occupants extra comfort. Vauxhall’s latest generation IntelliLink system with smartphone integration and audio streaming keeps the driver connected and able to change the journey playlist to suit, when it’s safe to do so.
“We are all aware of the high insurance premiums faced by young drivers, so to help young drivers get on the road Vauxhall has introduced a £1,000 insurance contribution programme,” said Leon Caruso, Vauxhall’s Retail Sales Director. “The Corsa Limited Edition is a great choice as a first or second car, with dynamic design features and superb connectivity, all backed up by excellent safety equipment.”
The insurance contribution programme is available now for a limited time while stocks last, and is eligible on new Corsa Limited Edition models ordered and registered before 30th June 2017. Customers must be aged 18-24 and hold a full driving licence.