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Vauxhall Combo Electric sale makes going electric more affordable

June 17, 2024

Vauxhall has announced a new scheme to encourage businesses to switch to electric vans. The offer makes the Vauxhall Combo Electric available on business lease for the same monthly cost as its diesel counterpart, the Vauxhal Combo, with identical deposit and contract terms.

Businesses can lease the Combo Electric in its base "Prime" trim for £329 per month with a £1,974 deposit, or upgrade to the "Pro" trim for £365 per month with a £2,190 deposit.

Both options come with a 60-month lease agreement and a mileage allowance of 6,000 miles per year.

Vauxhall estimates that businesses can save around £91 per month by switching to the electric Combo. This includes fuel cost savings of roughly £64 per month (based on 500 miles driven monthly) and savings of £26 per month due to the current exemption on road tax for electric vehicles.

Businesses in London's Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will also benefit from a £9,500 scrappage grant by replacing a non-compliant diesel van with the Combo Electric.

On top of the offer there's also a three-year roadside assistance plan and an eight-year warranty on the Combo Electric's battery.

This new offer coincides with Vauxhall's recent "Energising a Better Britain" campaign, highlighting their range of electric light commercial vehicles (e-LCVs).

Vauxhall currently offers electric versions of all their LCV models, which includes Vauxhall Vivaro Electric and Vauxhall Movano Electric. Vauxhall has been the UK's best-selling electric van manufacturer for the past three years (2021, 2022, and 2023) and is currently producing the Combo Electric at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port plant.

Production of electric vans is scheduled to begin at Vauxhall's Luton plant next year, however, Stellantis UK group MD, Maria Grazia Davino, has cast doubt on the future of both Stellantis plants in the UK.

Written by: thevanreviewer 

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