Added: 04 June 2018
*** COME AND SEE US NOW - THE FORD SCRAPPAGE SCHEME WILL END IN JUNE! ***
There has never been a better time to join Ford in reducing your vehicle's CO2 emissions and improving your fuel economy. With the Ford 'New For Old' Scrappage Scheme you can save £2,000 when you trade in your old vehicle for a new Ford*. You can have peace of mind that Ford will manage the scrappage of your old vehicle responsibly.
If your vehicle was registered before the 1st January 2011 and you have owned it for over 90 days, you could be eligible for our Scrappage Scheme savings towards the purchase of selected new Ford vehicles.
You can find some of our latest Ford Scrappage offers here or please contact us for further information and your own tailored quote!
*Selected new Ford vehicles only (see below). For Ford Cars, £2000 Scrappage Saving (inc. VAT) available off the Recommended On The Road Price. For Commercial Vehicles, £2000 Scrappage Saving (excl. VAT) available off the Recommended Retail Price. You must contract your New Ford vehicle by 30th June 2018 (the “Contract Date”) and register by 31st December 2018. You must also trade in a scrappage vehicle that was registered at the DVLA before 1st January 2011. You must have owned the scrappage vehicle for at least 90 days before your Contract Date. Scrappage Saving not available with any other Ford promotion. Retail customers only (excl. Privilege and Ambassador). Eligible Ford Cars: All-New Fiesta (Excl. Style & ST), B-MAX (Excl. Zetec), New EcoSport, Focus (Excl. ST, RS & All-New Focus), C-MAX, Grand C-MAX and Kuga only. Eligible Ford Commercial Vehicles: Ranger, Transit Courier (Excl. New Transit Courier – 2018.75MY), Transit Connect (Excl. Tourneo and New Transit Connect – 2018.75MY), Transit Custom (Excl. New Custom – 2018.5MY), Tourneo Custom (Excl. New Tourneo – 2018.5MY) and Transit models only.
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