Vauxhall Ampera Has A “Love It Or Return It” Offer

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General Motor’s Vauxhall UK division is offering a 30-day satisfaction guarantee, which allows buyers to return their Vauxhall Ampera vehicles within the first 30 days of purchasing them with “no questions asked.”

The car is essentially a Chevy Volt but for Europe. It has a few minor differences, such as an additional ten miles of electric range, and a total of 360 miles of range when using the built-in gas-powered generator.

It also offers an 8-year, 100,000-mile warranty for the battery, which is very important due to widespread anxiety that the battery lifespan might not be what the manufacturer claims.

The vehicle comes with a 100,000-mile warranty for the rest of the car’s components.

This vehicle is also exempt from London’s congestion fee of $16 per day.

Source: Autoblog Green
Image via Vauxhall 


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