But unlike some rival manufacturers, Vauxhall is imposing no upper age limit on the car customers trade in. Better still, unlike the current scrappage scheme, even buyers who have a ten year old car (or older) to swap only need to have owned it for 90 days and dealers will also allow a husband/wife to trade in their partners car, as long as they live at the same address.
That means that any seven-year-old UK registered car with insurance, road tax and MOT no matter what its value or condition can be used as currency to reduce the cost of the 2010 Corsa 1.0 Energy 3-dr to just £8,925 and the recently-launched Astra 5-dr to as little as £12,995 for the Exclusiv 1.4 model.
Even bigger savings can be made by swapping your old car for the latest Astra Sport Hatch Sport 1.4, with its standard VXR styling pack, sports suspension and air conditioning. Swappage brings the cost of this model down by a remarkable £3,885 to just £12,995.
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