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Hyundai Scrappage Scheme

SAVE £1500 - £5000 AGAINST A BRAND NEW HYUNDAI

When you trade in your old vehicle*

*We're taking older less efficient cars off the road while making a new Hyundai even more affordable. If you own a Euro 1 to Euro 5 emissions rated car which was registered before 1st January 2011, you could trade it in and save between £1,500 and £5,000 off a new Hyundai.

New Hyundai i10 S 1.0 66ps 5dr Manual

Cost £8,195

Minimum saving of
£1,500.00

 

New Hyundai i20 S 1.2 75ps 5dr Manual

COST £9,910

Minimum saving of
£2,000.00

 

New Hyundai i30 S 1.0 T-GDi 120PS 5DR Manual

Cost £13,000

Minimum saving of
£4,000.00

 

New Hyundai i40 Tourer 1.7CRDi 115PS  Manual Blue Drive - 5dr Tourer

Cost £18,610

Minimum saving of
£3,000.00

 

New Hyundai i40 Saloon 1.7CRDi 115PS  Manual Blue Drive 5dr

Cost £17,360

Minimum saving of
£3,000.00

 

New Hyundai ix20 SE 1.4 5dr - Manual Blue Drive

Cost £13,450

Minimum saving of
£2,000.00

 

New Hyundai Tucson S 1.6 GDi Blue Drive 132ps  5dr – Manual

Cost £16,660

Minimum saving of
£3,500.00

 

New Hyundai Santa Fe Premium 5 Seat 2.2 4WD  - Manual Blue Drive

Cost £28,425

Minimum saving of
£5,000.00

 

New Hyundai IONIQ SE 1.6 GDi 5 Dr Hatch - 6 Speed DCT

Cost £19,240

Minimum saving of
£2,000.00

 

 

How does it work?

Your car will be eligible if it was registered before 1st January 2011 and you have owned it for more than 90 days. The most polluting cars, those with Euro 1-3 emissions standard, will be scrapped and completely removed from UK roads, those that are Euro 4-5 can be traded in.

 

Is the scheme only available for old diesel cars?

No, you can trade in petrol as well as diesel cars. Also, the car you trade in can be any make.

 

When does the scheme end?

Any new Hyundai car must be registered no later than September 30th 2018