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Hyundai Scrappage Scheme - Now Extended to 31st March 2018!

Save up to £5,000 on a new Hyundai

Leading the fight against air pollution from vehicle emissions, the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme will enable owners of any make or model to scrap their current high-emission car and drive away in a brand new Hyundai, with a saving of up to £5,000. All our dealerships are participating in this new car scrappage scheme, so just come along to Watford, Frinton-on-Sea, North London or Colchester to find out more and take a test drive in any of the new Hyundai range. Drive away in a better equipped and more exciting new Hyundai, and save the environment too.

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Hyundai’s new car scrappage scheme – here are the details

Hyundai wants to get older cars off the road, the ones that cause the most pollution because they conformed to older and less stringent regulations. That means the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme is aimed at cars registered prior to 31st December 2009 and that were designed to meet the Euro 1 to Euro 4 emissions standards. Those cars conforming to Euro 1 to Euro 3 standards will be scrapped, whereas those conforming to Euro 4 standards can just be traded in.

To take advantage of the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme, you must have owned your current car for at least 90 days and it must be registered to the same address as your new Hyundai. But you only have until the end of March 2018 to scrap your current car and get your new Hyundai from us, so please get in touch now to ensure you can take advantage. The scrappage scheme is only open to personal customers and can’t be used with any other new car offers.

To get started on your scrappage, simply send us an enquiry


How much can I save with the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme?

Depending on the new Hyundai model you choose, you can save up to £5,000 and you’ll also get access to low rate finance from only 3.9%, if eligible. Take a look below at how much you could save on a new Hyundai:

Model Derivatives Incentive
i10 SE 1.0 Model only £1,795
i10 All Other Models £1,500
i20 S 1.2 Model only £2,110
i20SE 1.2 Model Only£2,865
i20 All Other Models£2,000
New i30All Models £4,000
i40 All Models £3,000
ix20 All Models £2,000
KonaAll Models£1,750
Tucson All Models £3,500
Santa Fe All Models £5,000
IONIQ Hybrid only £2,000

What’s the point?

Apart from saving a lot of money on a brand new Hyundai with all the most recent technology, design and safety features, you’ll be looking after the environment too. You’ve probably read about the issues with our cities and how air pollution from vehicles is causing serious health problems especially for vulnerable people such as children, the elderly and those with breathing problems. Indeed, the Health Survey for England suggests that toxic air in London adversely affects nearly 600,000 people with asthma and this is your chance to make a positive impact on the problem wherever you live and drive. In addition, many local authorities are considering introducing a pollution charge for older, high-polluting vehicles. That means participating in the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme could save you even more money in the long run.

To find out more or to take advantage of this offer, simply send us an enquiry

Join Hyundai’s excellent anti-pollution track record

As a company, Hyundai is highly focused on reducing emissions with their commitment to have 14 alternative-fuelled models available worldwide by 2020. Already, Hyundai is the only manufacturer to offer a Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid and full Electric version of a single model – the Hyundai IONIQ. In addition, Hyundai was the first manufacturer to introduce a fuel-cell powered vehicle, and a new fuel-cell powered car will be introduced soon. In 2009 to 2010, Hyundai ran a similar scrappage scheme to take older vehicles off our roads and replace them with cleaner versions and this scheme was so successful that over 45,000 people took advantage of it, meaning cleaner air for all and a newer, better car for those that participated. The new Hyundai Scrappage Scheme is your chance to do something for the environment and for yourself. But remember, you only have until the end of March 2018 to take part. As Tony Whitehorn, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor UK, said:

“… right here, right now, there are thousands of older cars on our roads that could be replaced with cleaner – not to mention better equipped and safer – alternatives. By giving owners of older cars a substantial financial incentive to scrap or trade in, regardless of make or model, this new scheme will do just that.”


Hyundai Scrappage Scheme: save money, save the environment

If you have any questions about the Hyundai Scrappage Scheme or you want to take part, please call us or send us a Hyundai Scrappage Scheme enquiry


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Terms and conditions: *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 2017 and 31st March 2018. 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.