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Easy Gap could save you as much as 80% on your car dealer quote for Finance Gap, Return to Invoice, Vehicle Replacement Insurance or Contract Hire Gap Insurance for your Vauxhall with an Easy Gap policy.

In the UK, the Vauxhall Corsa and Vauxhall Astra models are amongst the best selling models month on month. However, this fact does not prevent the Vauxhall brand from being susceptible to experiencing fast rates of depreciation.

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What is Vehicle Replacement Insurance and what can it do to help protect your Vauxhall?

Vehicle replacement gap insurance is the latest form of gap insurance to enter the markets and while being very similar to return to invoice gap insurance it has one very big and very distinctive advantage. This is because unlike return to invoice in which you are protecting a physical amount of money (the invoice price you paid) you are instead protecting a standard of vehicle. 

Vehicle replacement gap insurance will pay the difference between your vehicles value on the day it is written off and the amount of money that you would need to spend to buy another Vauxhall the same age, mileage and condition as yours was on the day you drove it home from the dealership. This form of Gap Insurance is said by many in the industry to be the highest form of Gap Insurance available for you to choose from. This is because of the ability of the policy to protect you from both the appreciation to the cost of a model and the depreciation of your model.

What is Return to Invoice Gap insurance and what can it do to protect your Vauxhall?

An Example of Return to Invoice

If you buy the new Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback with 1.2 litre engine and five doors for an estimated price of £13,460 within the first year alone it will be worth approximately £6,875 potentially losing you just over £6,000. However, we can help with a return to invoice policy as we will pay the difference between the market value of your Vauxhall on the day it was written off and the invoice price you originally paid for the vehicle.

Your comprehensive motor insurers will pay the market value of your Vauxhall on the day it was written off and we as your gap insurance providers will simply pay the difference between this figure and your original invoice price for your vehicle rightfully returning to you the full purchase price of the vehicle. Please note that your road fund tax you will have paid, will not be covered as you are eligible to claim back from the DVLA.

What is Finance Gap Insurance and what can it do to protect your Vauxhall.

Although, many individuals do believe that it wont be them who have an accident and write off their vehicle or them who wake up to find their car has been stolen, an estimated 600,000 in the last 12 months alone have been stolen or written off. If you were to have an accident or have your car stolen, your motor insurance company would only ever pay what the market value of the car is on that day. Whilst you may believe it wont be far from the original price you paid it for it, motor trade experts estimate that within three years of purchasing a new car it will lose up to 50% of its original value potentially leaving you in a significant amount of debt with the finance or contract hire company.

In terms of figures for example, you have purchased a brand new Vauxhall Corsa Hatchback with 1.2 litre engine and five doors for an estimated price of £13,460 and you have an unfortunate accident and write the car off three years after purchasing, the market value of the car had reduced down to as low as £6650 which your insurance company has agreed to settle with leaving you with a financial loss of £9,000 a huge proportion of which you will owe to the finance company, who could, if they desire decide to demand this figure within a matter of weeks.

Vauxhall Motors, or Alex Wilson and Company, as it was originally founded is argued to be one of the greatest names of British manufacturing. Founded by Alexander Wilson in 1857, the company first began manufacturing marine engines and extended into the auto mobile industry with the name, Vauxhall Steel Works in 1903 with the production of the five horsepower engine model. The company in 1925 was then bought by General Motor's (GM), the leading auto mobile manufacturer in the United States who has pro-longed Vauxhall Motors success until this very day. In 2003, Vauxhall celebrated its century and is now the longest lived British marque of all time.

The History of Vauxhall
Vauxhall Motors have came a long way with its car development since its production of its first model, the five horsepower engine, which entered the market in 1903 without the ability to reverse and with a price tag of £136. The following year, 1904 brought a six horse power engine model with the then impressive ability to reverse into the market. By 1911, Vauxhall Motors as it was now known produced Britain’s first sports manufactured auto mobile, the C-Type Prince Harry.

The next 24 months are set to be some of the most important months in the Vauxhall brands long history. A brand new Vauxhall Corsa model is set to be released towards the end of 2014 and the Vauxhall Astra is set for an early 2015 release date. The Vauxhall firm expect these two models to assist in the brand overtaking rivals Ford in terms of market share in the UK car market.

Most recently the Vauxhall firm revealed another tactic in overtaking the Ford brand in the UK. Back in March the General Motors owned firm revealed the Adam Rocks model which is a large shaped SUV model, however, under the bonnet was a 1.0 litre EcoTec engine. This new engine is thought to be offered in both the new Corsa model and the new Astra model.
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