The last round of scrappage schemes introduced earlier this year have taken 14,241 cars on the roads, according to figures from 12 of the 26 manufacturers of the systems.
The press Association of data collected from 12 brands discovered the figures, although 14 manufacturers would not disclose how many cars were removed from service under their programs.
8088 cars have been cancelled by virtue of Ford’s scrappage plan, which represents 57% of trade-ins since the inception of the program introduction.
Ford scrappage scheme provides Â£2000 for a new car, in addition to the brand’s existing offerings. This is one of the few scrappage schemes that a trade mark is allowed to be used in conjunction with other offers.
During this time, the less-efficient scrappage scheme has been Lexus, which disposed of the 16 cars in the whole of his plan until now. It is also the new system introduced, however, announced at the beginning of the month of October.
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Lexus has launched a scrappage scheme in order to get the customers in its line of hybrid models, which represent 99% of its sales.
The brand offers Â£3500 out of the CT or the IS, or Â£4000 off the NX and RX Suvs when gasoline or diesel, the model of all the marks registered before the end of the year 2009 is marketed. The stock car should have been saved for the current owner for over six months.
Mitsubishi, the scrappage scheme is now available, with the largest saving available at its lowest emissions level of model, the Outlander PHEV. Customers can get a Â£4000 discount on the model, which, once added, the Government of Â£2500 low emission grant, gives a saving of Â£6500. Mitsubishi is also offering Â£2000 off the Mirage, Â£3000 out of the ASX and Â£3500 off the non-hybrid Outlander.
All cars from Euro 1 to Euro 4 of the classification are welcome, and the program runs until 28 December. The cars traded in will be destroyed.
Wallet-friendly of the Dacia brand is even more value; the brand is offering up to Â£1000 the Duster, with the exception of the entry-level Access trim, in exchange for a Euro 4 or more car of any brand, as long as they were registered before the December 31, 2009.
Those that take advantage of the agreement must have been owner of their old car more than 90 days, and after trade-in the car will be destroyed. The system works between now and 31 December 2017.
The controversial project of mobility and taxi alternative offers of Â£1500 credit can be used only on the application, and in return, proof of scrappage of pre-Euro 4 vehicle classification diesel.
Uber’s scrappage scheme only applies to the first 1000 people to London to show proof of scrappage, however, and the system begins next month. Those interested can register their interest today.
Peugeot offers as much as Â£7000 off its range of cars and utilities, with the exception of 5008 large SUV. The system is running until the end of the year, on the 8th of September, and applies to all petrol and diesel cars registered before the end of 2010, a year later than the majority of other manufacturers systems.
The largest economy of the whole range is Â£7000 out of the Boxer van 333 spec and above, while the passenger car, the 508 receives Â£6000, while the smallest economy is on the 108 city car.
CitroÃ«n scrappage scheme also covers cars and commercial vehicles, with a maximum of Â£7000 available recording on the mark Relay van 33 spec and above. The largest economy across the range CitroÃ«n is Â£6400 off the soon-to-be-replaced C3 Picasso, which makes the path for the C3 Aircross. Customers can get Â£1600 out of the C3 Aircross, but as the C1, C3 and C4 Cactus, press trim models are not available with the discount.
Customers must have owned their cars for more than 90 days prior to the negotiation, and the regime in force until 31 December. Like the other brands of the Group PSA, negotiated in the cars must have been registered prior to the end of the year 2010.
DS, despite the offer the more expensive models of the PSA Group, had the lowest scrappage scheme discounts, with up to Â£5500 out of her reach, to the exclusion of the DS 3’s Performance, Performance, Black and GRE models, both hatchback and cabrio forms. A Â£3500 discount is available on the DS 3, while Â£5500 can be had off the DS 5.
Like its PSA stablemates, DS offers discounts to owners of vehicles registered before the end of the year 2010, although the car must have been in the name of the owner for more than 90 days. The cars bought under the plan must be registered before the end of the year.
Suzuki’s scrappage scheme is significantly shorter than the other”; those interested have until September 30th to take advantage of. The owners of pre-Euro 5-classification of the cars can get up to Â£2000 for a new car under the scheme, and from all sides vehicles that are scrapped under the Autogreen program of recycling.
The largest Â£2000 registration applies to SZ-T and SZ5-spec Vitara, swift and Baleno models, in addition to Â£1000 savings is given on SZ3 and SZ4-spec Celerios, SZ-T and SZ5-spec Ignis and the SZ-4-spec Jimny.
Mazda is offering up to Â£5000 off a sub-130g/km CO2 model to its range, with the exception of the new CX-5 and MX-5. The smaller savings available is Â£2500 on the 2, to Â£5000 off the Skyactiv-D engine Mazda 6.
The scrappage scheme – the totality of exchanges in cars are removed from circulation – runs until 31 December and applies to all pre-2010 cars, petrol or diesel, all makes.
MG scrappage scheme only applies to its 3-city chic, but the Chinese-owned brand is offering a minimum of Â£1500 of its already budget-friendly titch.
Any car, petrol or diesel, any brand can be exchanged, and the brand also does not impose any restriction on the Euro classification of the purse in the car.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will offer you up to Â£5 300 new models for the month of September only.
The buyers receive the discount, if they are trading in a Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Jeep and petrol or diesel model registered before 31st December 2009.
The greatest reduction applies to an Alfa Romeo Giulietta, on which you can get up to Â£5300 off depending on the variant of your choice. The buyers a discount of up to Â£2125 on the popular Fiat 500, while it is Â£3000 off a Fiat 124 Spider.
Kia scrappage scheme offer only applies to its two smallest models, the Picanto and Rio. The owners of old cars will be offered Â£2000 for the trade of the city car or supermini, after which the traded in cars will be discarded. When asked why the system is not offered on its hybrid and EV models such as the Optima PHEVS, Niro and the Soul EV, Kia spokesman said that the mark considered who would benefit most from the current regime, and who benefited from the old regime in 2009. Hybrid and EV models with low emissions-friendly as they are, are too expensive for the majority of the Kia’s plan to scrappage customers.
Like most other plans, Kia runs until the end of the year, and who is eligible on the cars built before the beginning of the year 2010. The scheme cannot be used alongside existing retail offers, though.
Renault is the latest manufacturer to offer a scrappage scheme, with the French brand, the initiative by offering up to Â£5200 for a new car. The incentive is available on both cars and vans, and can be used in combination with Renault’s existing customers offer.
The brand will accept any standard Euro 4 car – petrol or diesel – registered prior to December 31, 2009. The traded in vehicles will be taken on the road constantly, and must have been in the name of the owner for more than 90 days.
The result in the last stages of Volkswagen, Toyota, Hyundai and others, Nissan has announced that it is joining the effort to put the UK’s drivers into less-polluting cars through incentives, the brand focuses on the Nissan Leaf – it the offer up to Â£2000 off approved used 24kWh examples of the electric supermini, the greater the value of trade in cars. This is equivalent to a PCP deal of Â£ 100 per month. Customers can get up to Â£3600 off the new Micra and Â£4500 out of the Juke and the previous generation of Qashqai, although in a lesser economy of Â£3500 is offered on the new Qashqai.
The largest reduction is Â£5000 available for the current generation of X-Trail, while the new car has a small reduction of Â£4000, the brand tries to shift other examples of its new generation of SUVS. Nissan diagram is found for the month of September only, and is available to owners of pre-Euro 5 classification of cars, registered before 2010. Nissan is the only automobile manufacturer to offer the scheme on second-hand cars; other manufacturers plans only apply to brand new. A Nissan spokesperson said that the brand will not be the demolition of traded in cars.
Audi offers between Â£2000 (T2) and Â£8000 (Q7 e-tron) out of her reach, to the exclusion of the new A8, audi Q7 TDI, audi R8 and the RS-badged models. The A3 e-tron qualifies for the Government Â£2500 OLEV grant, therefore, a saving of up to Â£7500 can be applied.
All Euro 1 to Euro 4 diesel car, from any brand, can be traded with traded in models discarded. The owner must have owned the car for at least six months.
Between Â£1500 (Ibd) and Â£3500 (Leon) is being offered outside of the Seat range, to the exclusion of the Ateca.
Like other brands of the Volkswagen Group, Seat of the regime only applies to diesel engine vehicles to be scrapped, Euro 1 to 4 of the classification. The owners have kept their cars for at least six months, and the project runs until 31 December.
Skoda is offering up to Â£4000 out of his reach when a Euro 1-4 diesel car is traded in and scrapped. The largest discount applies to the Beautiful, while the smallest applies to the Citigo. The Kodiaq is not included in the system.
Traded in vehicle must have been in the name of the owner of at least six months. As with other Volkswagen Group plans, it ends on 31 December.
The plan covers both the Volkswagen and Volkswagen commercial Vehicles brands. A saving of Â£ 1000 is proposed for the new, while the highest reduction is reserved for the Sharan and Passat GTE of Â£6000.
A Â£5500 scheme scrappage discount combined with the Government of Â£4500 OLEV grant may lead to a total saving of Â£10 000 on an e-Golf. Adding in the Â£2500 grant from the Government for plug-in hybrid, the Golf GTE can be Â£7500 off, and the Passat GTE Â£8500 off. The Touareg is not included in the system.
Toyota initiative provides savings of up to Â£4000 when trading in a model of more than seven years and is owned by a customer for at least six months. The largest economy of Â£4000 can be performed on a Land Cruiser, while the lowest saving of Â£ 1000 is for the C-H and C-H Hybrid. Savings of Â£2 500 and Â£3500 can be made on the Yaris and Auris, respectively.
When asked why environmentally friendly cars like the Prius and C-HR Hybrid does not offer the same level of reduction as some other models on the schematic, Toyota told Autocar that it had concentrated its investments on smaller models, because â€œthis is where the majority of transactions are likely to be”.
Hyundai plan pays up to Â£5000 for a Euro 1-4 car if it is replaced by one of its new models. Vehicles of Euro 3 will be discarded, while the Euro 4 models will be marketed. For Euro 4 cars, Hyundai is going to add to the exchange value of the customer base of the car of the discount value.
The best solution is proposed that if the cars are exchanged for a new Santa Fe, Hyundai making Â£5000 off its price. The lowest reduction is with the i10, which has a reduction of Â£1500. Trade in the car to petrol or diesel.
Ford scrappage offer an additional Â£2000 discount on any of the models, beyond bids, meaning Â£4000 can be shaved off the cost of a new Kuga.
The incentive applies to the Euro from 1 to 4 cars and all traded in vehicles will be scrapped. The largest registration is available on the Transit; one case of Â£5000 off its list price, over Â£2000 scrappage incentive, the total savings of Â£7000.
Mercedes-Benz has launched a diesel scrappage scheme, which offers UK customers up to Â£2000 a new diesel, hybrid or electric model at the Euro 1-4 car is marketed, as the brand launched the initiative plan across Europe.
All Euro 1-4 car can be exchanged, regardless of the brand, even if the discount can only be applied to low-emission Mercedes diesel. Smart Electric Drive models are also eligible, even if it comes with a small discount ofâ‚¬ 1000. The scheme will run until 31 December.
A sum will also be awarded to customers on the basis of the car evaluation of the CAP Black Book if the car is Euro 1-3 ranking. If the car is a Euro 4, the exchange in the agreed price with the dealer and will be delivered to the owner. For all clients, this will be in excess of Â£1000 to Â£2000 trade-in discount. Those taking advantage of the system should have the property of their traded in car for more than six months.
BMW was the first to offer UK customers an incentive to trade in their cars. Its programme offers up to Â£2000 off the Euro 6-compliant cars with CO2 outputs below 130 g/km and electric cars like the i3. BMW has said that it has launched the program to increase the proportion of low-emission vehicles on the road.
Euro 4 and diesel cars of all brands can be traded, but BMW pointed out that the initiaitve is not necessarily a scrappage scheme; the fate of the exchange in the cars will be decided on a case-by-case basis, with only the weakest of the value of the cars being scrapped.
Mini scrappage scheme has been launched at the same time that BMW, with Â£2000 off of models emitting below 130 g/km of CO2, on top of a trade in the price. Unlike other brands ‘ offers, Mini offers the incentive at the top of its range of detail.
The same terms and conditions as the BMW scrappage scheme, so you’ll have to have been the owner of the vehicle registered for at least 12 months; Euro 4 and above diesel cars of all brands are eligible to be exchanged.
Vauxhall does not have a new scrappage scheme, but it already has a Â£2000 on the initiative of the current offer. It has been in existence since November of last year.
The brand, formerly owned by General Motors, but which is now part of the PSA Group, is offering â‚¬7000 to the owners of the sister brand Opel cars in Germany are trading in their Euro 1-4 diesel car. This warranty is not available to customers in the UK, a Vauxhall spokesman said.