Scrappage is back – and you could save thousands of pounds on a new Hyundai when you take part in the scheme. Read on to find out more.
What is Hyundai Scrappage and Emission Reduction Scheme?
As part of the UK’s clean-air strategy, Hyundai is supporting the incentive to clean up vehicles and reduce emissions. As part of this initiative, we’re removing older, less efficient vehicles from the roads – by offering UK drivers a cash incentive to trade-in their old vehicle for something new and more efficient. If you’re eligible, this could make a brand-new Hyundai an even more affordable option for you.
Am I eligible for the scheme?
The Hyundai scrappage scheme isn’t just for diesel cars. If you have a petrol or diesel vehicle that was registered before 31st December 2009 – and it’s a Euro 1 to Euro 4 emissions rated car – then you could be eligible for the scheme. Please note that you must also have been the registered keeper for over 90 days.
If all this applies to you, then you could part exchange and save anything up to £5,000 when buying a new Hyundai car with Berkeley Value.
So, what savings can I make?
This is your chance to make big savings on a range of Hyundai models by trading in your old car. This includesup to a £1,500 off the i10 city car – or how about up to £2,000 offer the innovative IONIQ Hybrid model? You can also get much as £3,500 off the Tucson SUV.
The table below displays all the savings available to you on Hyundai vehicles, so scroll down to take a closer look at your options. Once you’ve chosen your perfect Hyundai, it’s time to contact Berkeley Vale – our team will guide you through the rest of the process.
|i10||S 1.0 Model only||£1,545.00|
|i10||All other models||£1,500.00|
|i20||S 1.2 Model only||£2,110.00|
|i20||All other models||£2,000.00|
|New i30||All models||£4,000.00|
|Santa Fe||All models||£5,000.00|
Can I still buy the car on finance?
In addition, to help make your brand-new Hyundai even more attractive, we have an excellent range of finance options on offer – with something to suit every budget. That means you can spread the cost of your purchase over time. We have a team of finance specialists here to provide impartial advice, ensuring you an agreement that works for you.
When can I apply?
If you’d like to take part in the Hyundai scrappage scheme, don’t delay – all new Hyundai car enquiries must be registered before December 31st 2017 in order to be eligible.
I want to find out more – can you help?
Of course! If you have any questions about the Hyundai scrappage scheme and how you could benefit from it, please feel free to contact the Berkeley Vale team. Our friendly experts are on hand to help you out in any way – and we want to help you find the perfect deal for you. To reach us, simply make an enquiry online, give us a call, or head down to our showroom in Alveston, Thornbury.
If your car is not eligible, why not take a look at our other current offers.
*Savings shown are for eligible Hyundai Scrappage and Emissions Reduction Scheme customers only, and reflect customer savings against the manufacturer’s recommended OTR price. On The Road prices include VAT where applicable, delivery, vehicle first registration fee, number plates and 12 months’ road fund licence.
These savings are only available to eligible customers who trade in a qualifying passenger car first registered in the UK before 31st December 2009 and featuring a Euro 1 – 4 emissions standard engine. New Hyundai cars must be registered between 1st September and 31st December 2017. The V5C of the part exchange address needs to match the new vehicle invoice and must have been in the current owners’ possession for a minimum of 90 days. Finance T&Cs apply. Subject to status. 18s or over. Guarantee may be required. Hyundai Finance, RH2 9AQ
The Hyundai Scrappage and Emission Reduction Scheme incentive cannot be used in conjunction with any other national Hyundai offers. Other offers for eligible customers are available. Please contact your local Hyundai dealer for details. The Hyundai Scrappage and Reduction Scheme is not applicable in the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man.