Seat scrappage scheme targets older diesels | Car Talk - Car News Sep 2017


08:39 Tuesday 12 Sep 2017

Seat are encouraging UK car buyers to ditch the diesel with the launch of a new scrappage scheme.

Owners of older Euro 1-4 emissions standard diesels trading in their car for a new Seat between now and the end of the year will be able to take advantage of a discount up to £3,500 on their new car.

Pre-2010 diesels traded in under the scrappage scheme will be worth £1,500 off the cost of a new Seat Mii, £2,500 off a new Seat Ibiza, £3,500 off a new Seat Leon, and £3,000 off a new Seat Toledo.

All new Seat petrol and diesel models comply with the latest Euro 6 emissions standards. The Euro 1 standard was introduced in 1992 to combat rising emissions, with the standards getting progressively more stringent since then. To qualify for Seat’s scrappage scheme, trade in cars must be diesels produced prior to the introduction of the Euro 5 standard at the start of 2010. 


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