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Andrew Williams
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Post by Andrew Williams » Tue May 10, 2022 10:35 pm

We ordered new grandland in September 20021 with a delivery date of December 21 to February 22. That date came and went,we was then after contacting vauxhall given a date of 22nd April 22.
On the 18th April 22 I rang vauxhall in Bolton to be told the salesman is off for the week and they have had no transporters arrive. I then rang customer service who said they couldn't give further information as this is down to the dealership.
I understand there is a shortage of semi conductors and also the current climate, but we shouldn't be chasing it should be up to the dealer to contact the customer and keep them updated.
Come on vauxhall it's a matter of courtesy.

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Post by Shauns65 » Fri May 13, 2022 2:22 pm

I would cancel my order and just go buy a stock one, i test drove my Ultimate Grandland on Friday last week and picked it up Wednesday, there are several stock ones on Autotrader, 2 at one dealer in Slough

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Post by premkn » Sun Jul 03, 2022 7:30 am

Update new date of late August 2022 delivery to dealership:

“We’ve had an update from Vauxhall, who have advised that the vehicle will be built early August and delivered to us late August, which we don’t know yet whether to believe but will see! If this is the case, it’s likely you’d want September registration, which as long as your monthly payment for September is paid, we would take that off the part exchange price, and would be able to do September delivery.”

FYI original order was placed mid August 2021 for a Quartz Grey Grandland Elite with night Vision and onboard charger upgrade. I have not been given a free upgrade to the equivalent Ultimate, Vauxhall refused.

I did get offered a black ultimate without my extra options with a delivery date of July, but with the condition the current delivery date could disappear like has happened on my original order. When I placed my original order the interest rate was 3.9% it’s now 6.9% and Vauxhall were willing to waive that if I agreed to purchase. I said no as there is no point without guaranteed delivery. The wait continues, I continue to pay off the remainder of my current Vauxhall Astra PCP finance. Vauxhall have also promised some concessions on arrival of the vehicle (what that is I do not know), and I have 3 years free servicing to be added for the original delay.

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