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Vauxhall Network Q used car scheme

All the important facts about Vauxhall's Network Q used car scheme

As the first company to introduce an approved used scheme more than a quarter of a century ago, you’d expect Vauxhall to have everything sewn up. But since it ditched its lifetime guarantee, Network Q struggles to distance itself from rival offerings. Having said that, the programme still comes with one of the most comprehensive packages of benefits.

When we checked, there were 11,405 cars available through the approved used scheme, priced from £2,495 and with up to 70,000 miles on the clock. Every Network Q car comes with at least 12 months’ warranty and breakdown cover, plus there’s a 30-day exchange period and you also get insurance cover for five days. 

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As a Network Q customer, you’re also eligible to sign up to the Vauxhall Service Club for discounts on maintenance and repairs including half-price MoTs, plus you can take advantage of Vauxhall’s accident management service if you’re involved in a crash.

Vauxhall Network Q used car scheme: key facts

Max age/mileage    Seven years/70,000 miles
Breakdown cover    At least 12 months
Exchange policy    30 days
Standard warranty At least 12 months
Extendable warrantyN/A
Website linkwww.networkq.co.uk

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