Ford scrappage scheme is back | Car Talk - Car News Jul 2019

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12:03 Thursday 04 Jul 2019

Ford has re-introduced a scrappage scheme to incentivise drivers of older, less fuel-efficient vehicles to switch to something cleaner.

The scrappage scheme is open to private car owners, who can save £2,000 excluding VAT, and also to commercial vehicle customers, who save £2,000 excluding VAT on selected new Fords.  To qualify for the scrappage scheme, customers can trade in any make of pre-2013 passenger or commercial vehicle and order a new Ford between now and the end of September.

This isn’t the first time Ford has offered such a scrappage scheme. The last one, operating between 2017 and 2018, helped take over 25,000 older vehicles off the UK’s roads to be replaced by newer, cleaner, more fuel efficient models.

The trade-in vehicle must have been owned by the customer for at least 90 days, and will be scrapped at an Authorised Treatment Facility with a Certificate of Destruction issued.

For full terms and conditions, and for the full list of selected new Fords available on the scrappage scheme, visit your local Ford retailer.

 

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