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Vauxhall adds to Service4Fleet programme

Vauxhall is now offering its fleet customers free labour when filling their Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system with AdBlue, as part of its Service4Fleet programme.

The ‘Fill4Free’ offers fleets fixed-cost menu servicing at over 400 Vauxhall retailers nationwide.

With the ever more stringent emission regulations, most Euro-6 compliant diesel vehicles will need to be equipped with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system, which utilises AdBlue to reduce harmful NOx emissions.

The free labour means customers do not have to take time out to source, store and fill AdBlue or worry about leaks, over fills or spills on their car or themselves. Only genuine Vauxhall parts will be used by manufacturer-trained technicians.

Vauxhall’s fleet sales director James Taylor said: “We are delighted to offer ‘Fill4Free’ to our fleet customers. We’re always looking at ways to make life easier for our customers and this is another great addition to our excellent Service4Fleet Programme.”

Service4Fleet benefits for Vauxhall Fleet Customers include; free top up or fill of your SCR tank when purchasing Genuine GM AdBlue, lead time three working days for booking your car in, collection and delivery service within ten miles (five miles within the M25), onward mobility (if work cannot be completed that day) – courtesy car or drop off at a local station/place of work, Vauxhall-approved parts, free wash and vacuum following every service, wiper blades and standard exterior bulbs fitted free if vehicle is in for service or repair (conditions apply), and vehicle health check.

Current Vauxhall models that feature the technology include derivatives of the Insignia, Cascada, Zafira Tourer, Vivaro and Movano.



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