Hyundai has launched a new scrappage scheme to encuorage UK's drivers to get rid of their old high polluting cars off the roads. UK motorists have time until 31st December 2017 to make the most of a bonus of up to £5,000. If you own a Euro 1 to Euro 4 emissions rated car which was registered before 31st December 2009, you could trade it in and save between £1,500 and £5,000 off the price of a new Hyundai. The Hyundai bonus also includes £2,000 off Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid.
Either petrol or diesel cars can be trade in for a new Hyundai. Please visit our Hyundai offer section to find your new Hyundai.
|i10||SE 1.0 Model only||£1,795.00|
|i10||All other models||£1,500.00|
|i20||SE 1.2 Model Only||£2,865.00|
|i20||All other models||£2,000.00|
|New i30||All Models||£4,000.00|
|Santa Fe||All Models||£5,000.00|
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 January 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.