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VW and Toyota are joining the fray - Scrappage schemes are on the way!

The ongoing battle against high emission vehicles continues, new reinforcements, VW and Toyota, look to implement their own scrappage schemes. They join rivals, BMW, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Ford and Vauxhall who have already launched their own schemes earlier this year.

With increasing pressure, from worldwide governments, to persuade consumers to purchase cleaner emission cars and with the toughest ever new-car emissions test being rolled out; the pressure is increasing regarding car manufactures.

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Volkswagen group, which includes, VW, Skoda, Audi and SEAT, aim to introduce their own scrappage scheme. VW are offering discounts ranging from £1,800 to £6,000 for any diesel model registered in the UK on or before the 31st December 2009 featuring a Euro 1 – 4 emissions standard engine. Hybrid and electric vehicles, which attract government grants, will be included in this scheme.

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Meanwhile Toyota is introducing their scheme which runs from the 1st September to the 31st December 2017 and is open to all vehicles more than seven years old. Customers can get discounts of £2,000 off new models including the Aygo, Prius and Hilux and £4,000 off a new Land Cruiser.

To find out more about the government grant click here or to find out the emission standard of your vehicle click here.

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Posted on 1st September 2017 at 12:16 PM

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