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2018 Audi scrappage scheme – how does it work and do you qualify?

Audi has launched a scrappage scheme offering incentives between £2,000 and £8,000 when you trade in your old diesel car. The incentive you get is instead of your car’s trade-in value. Configure an Audi on carwow to see how much you could save. The scheme is available to drivers trading in diesel models registered before 31 December 2009 that meet Euro-4 standards or earlier.

To take advantage of this deal, click on the models below to configure them and receive great offers from carwow dealers. For more options, check out our car chooser or take a look at the scrappage schemes offered by other manufacturers.

Check what scrappage schemes your car is eligible for

What is the Audi scrappage scheme?

The Audi scrappage scheme offers incentives between £2,000 and £8,000 on a selection new Euro-6-rated petrol or diesel cars when you trade in your old diesel car. It’ll run to the end of 2017 and is available if you trade in any Euro-4-rated diesel car registered before 31 December 2009 from any brand.

What cars can I buy?

Here are the Audi models available with the scrappage scheme – the saving applies to a selection of the brand’s new diesel or petrol models. Click on the model you want to start configuring it.

Audi models available with the scrappage scheme
Model Saving
A1 3dr £2,800 Compare offers
A1 Sportback £2,800 Compare offers
A3 3dr £4,000 Compare offers
A3 Sportback £4,000 Compare offers
A3 Saloon £4,000 Compare offers
A3 Cabriolet £4,000 Compare offers
A3 e-tron £5,000 Compare offers
A4 Saloon £6,000 Compare offers
A4 Avant £6,000 Compare offers
A4 Allroad £6,000 Compare offers
A5 Coupe £6,000 Compare offers
A5 Cabriolet £6,000 Compare offers
A5 Sportback £6,000 Compare offers
A6 Saloon £7,000 Compare offers
A6 Avant £7,000 Compare offers
A6 Allroad £7,000 Compare offers
A7 Sportback £7,000 Compare offers
TT Coupe £4,000 Compare offers
TT Roadster £4,000 Compare offers
Q2 £2,000 Compare offers
Q3 £4,000 Compare offers
Q5 £4,000 Compare offers
Q7 e-tron £8,000 Compare offers

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How much money will I get?

Audi is offering discounts of between £2,000 and £8,000 on a selection of new Euro-6-rated petrol or diesel models when you trade in your old diesel car. The incentive you get is instead of your car’s trade-in value. Even bigger savings are available if you configure a car through carwow.

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What cars can I trade in?

This checklist shows you how to qualify for Audi’s scrappage scheme. Check out all the schemes you qualify for using our scrappage scheme eligibility checker.

Your trade-in car must be…
Diesel powered
Registered by 31 December 2009
Euro-4 rated or lower
Owned by you for at least six months

Click ‘login’ in the top-right-hand corner to sign up and configure a new car or browse our extensive range of new, nearly new and pre-reg stock cars. To see our latest savings, head over to our car deals page.

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How long will the scheme last?

Audi’s scrappage scheme is now open and you must order your new car before 31 March 2018 and register it before 30 June 2018 to qualify.

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Scrappage schemes from other brands

Click on the brand’s scrappage scheme you want to check out
Abarth Alfa Romeo Audi BMW
Citroen DS Fiat Ford
Hyundai Jeep Kia Mazda
Mercedes Mini Nissan Peugeot
Renault SEAT Skoda Suzuki
Toyota Vauxhall VW

What is Euro 4?

Car emissions are classified against a scale set by the European Commission. Essentially, every couple of years the emissions regulations are tightened to help improve air quality in Europe. The 2017 scrappage schemes generally require your old car to have a Euro 4 or earlier rating – so produced before 31 December 2010.

Read more about Euro 1-6 emissions standards.

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Find your perfect car

Click ‘login’ in the top-right-hand corner to sign up and configure a new car or browse our extensive range of new, nearly new and pre-reg stock cars. To see our latest savings, head over to our car deals page.

Audi’s terms and conditions

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