ŠKODA Launches New Scrappage Incentive

01/09/2017

ŠKODA is encouraging the uptake of latest generation, lower-emission new cars by today launching a new scrappage scheme for Euro 1 to 4 emissions standards vehicles. Under the terms of the ŠKODA programme all qualifying vehicles will be permanently taken off the road and scrapped.

Milton Keynes, 1 September 2017 – Owners of any diesel vehicle that complies with pre-Euro 5 emissions legislation, and registered before 2010, qualify for the programmme. Incentives range from £1,500 to £4,000 – against the majority of new ŠKODA models (see table below), when ordered by 31 December 2017. The trade-in vehicle must have been owned by the customer for at least six months.

All new ŠKODA petrol and diesel cars meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards.

Summary offers on Euro 6 petrol and diesel models:

​Model ​Scrappage Amount (inc. VAT)
​Citigo​£1,500
​Fabia​£2,500
​Rapid/ Rapid Spaceback
​£3,000
​Octavia​£3,500
​Superb​£4,000
​Yeti​£3,500


For more details on the ŠKODA scrappage incentive, please visit skoda.co.uk/scrappage.

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