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    Alright guys,

    Anyone here bought a network Q used car (I guess there must be a fair few)..

    Is it really worthwhile buying direct from a dealer to get this, or would you avoid like the plague?

    I ask as I am looking to get an Astra/Vectra as soon as I find one that meets my criteria!

    Ta!

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    No warranty is perfect but network q is better than most.

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    I am on my third car from Network Q

    In each case the car was on a mileage such that it was just about due its first service
    Equally, the age was such that there was some balance of the original warranty

    In my first one I extended the original warranty by three years, unlimited mileage, but this package has now been withdrawn

    After visiting three dealerships I advised them I was after a similar policy, and the third dealership found the "Complete Protection Plan", which can be applied to new or Network Q cars
    There are two levels of cover; basic which is just servicing and comprehensive which is "everything"
    Sadly it wasn't unlimited mileage, but the warranty worked out at the equivalent cost of four services and one set of brake pads and discs
    I had worked out the car would need at least five service and at least two sets of brake pads and discs
    The dealership was also surprised to find the cost was the same no matter what level of trim or engine of Vectra!

    I've never had any problems or issues
    However, they only pay for completely failed parts
    Any replacement parts are then not covered by them, as they have their own cover

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    My used Vectra is not Network Q. I don't rate any of the local Vx dealers in my part of N.Ireland (Charles Hurst and Ballyrobert). I bought my car from Agnews (a VAG/Mercedes) dealer chain. It still had original Vx warranty and Agnews extended this with the same warranty package they offer to VW/Audi/Seat and Mercedes customers. How good it is in reality, don't know, only had one job done on the car which was covered by the original warranty (although I never had to go near Vx as Agnews took my car, lent me a Seat and did the dealing with Charles Hurst Vx).

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    i had my omega on network q 6 yrs ago. had new egr valve, battery, and 2 steering pumps, the 2nd of which was after wqarranty ran out. all free . paid £300 for warranty so guess was a good deal

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    My siggy was network q as was vec b that i had before it both have been pretty bullet proof cars so i guess they do actually do the check,s that they advertise .
    then again every dealer is different and some are much better than others.
    Driving vauxhall,s for 30 + years
    and still loving it

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