List of 2019 scrappage scheme deals
Browse all the current scrappage scheme deals currently available on carwow
If you have an older car, now could be the perfect time to trade in and trade up to a new, cleaner model thanks to a range of scrappage schemes. Popular manufacturers will offer generous trade-in deals if you buy a new car while trading in your old motor. More brands will probably announce scrappage schemes soon so check back here regularly to see what options there are.
What cars can you trade in?
Here are the trade-in requirements for each manufacturer offering a scrappage scheme. You can also use our scrappage scheme eligibility checker to quickly see what schemes will give you extra money for your old car.
|Brand||Age or emissions requirements||Fuelled by…||Owned by you for at least…|
|Dacia||Any car registered before 31 December 2009||Petrol or diesel||90 days|
|Hyundai||Any Euro-4 (or earlier) car registered before 31 December 2009||Petrol or diesel||90 days|
|Kia||Any Euro-4 (or earlier) car registered before 31 December 2010||Petrol or diesel||No minimum|
|Mazda||Any car registered before 31 December 2009||Petrol or diesel||60 days|
What cars can you buy?
Below are details of the scrappage schemes offered by each manufacturer and the models that can be bought with them:
|Brand||Deal offered||Cars that qualify|
|Dacia||Up to £1,000 off a new model||Offered on the Duster SUV|
|Hyundai||Discounts on new models between £1,500 and £5,000||Offered on new i10, i20, i30, i40, ix20, Tucson, Santa Fe and Ioniq Hybrid models|
|Kia||£2,000 discount on new Picanto or Rio||Offered on the Picanto GT Line S and Stonic First Edition models|
|Mazda||Up to £5,500 off a new model||Offered on new Mazda 2, Mazda 3, Mazda 6, Mazda CX-3 and Mazda CX-5 models|
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What is Euro 4?
Car emissions are classified on 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 2019 scrappage schemes generally require your old car to have a Euro 4 or earlier rating – so produced before 31 December 2010, but check your car’s emissions rating using our easy-to-use scrappage scheme eligibility tool.
- Euro 1 – 31 December 1992 to 31 December 1996
- Euro 2 – 1 January 1997 to 31 December 2000
- Euro 3 – 1 January 2001 to 31 December 2005
- Euro 4 – 1 January 2006 to 31 December 2010
- Euro 5 – 1 January 2011 to 31 August 2015
- Euro 6 – introduced 1 September 2015
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