Our Scrappage Scheme is back, fantastic savings of up to £2,000*!
Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles have recently launched their Scrappage Scheme which encourages the exchange of lower-emission new vehicles in tandem with the removal of older, Euro 1-4 emissions standard vehicles form the UK. The scheme offers owners of older diesel vehicles up to £2,000* off the price of a new Volkswagen Van. This is also in addition to any existing offer.
Owners of a Euro 1-4 diesel vehicle which was registered before 1st January 2010, can trade in their vehicle and benefit from fantastic incentives. Range from £1,000 to £2,000 against a majority of new Volkswagen Commercial Vans and passenger carriers when ordered before 31st March 2018. The trade in vehicle must have been owned by yourself for at least six months to qualify for the Scrappage Scheme.
The scheme is available to retail customers regardless of your old vehicle brand or model. It is valid against the purchase of a new Volkswagen Caddy, Transporter, Amarok or Crafter (excludes Caravelle, Transporter Shuttle and California).
Contact your local Inchcape Volkswagen Van Centre for further information.
Summary of offers*
|Model||Scrappage scheme saving (including VAT)|
|Caddy Panel Van & Caddy Life (SWB & LWB)||£1,000|
|Transporter Panel Van, Kombi||£2,000|
Terms and conditions
*Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles scrappage scheme is available on any make or model Euro 1-4 diesel first registered in the UK before 1st January 2010 when traded-in against a new vehicle ordered by 31st December 2017. This offer has now been extended to orders made before 31 March 2018 and registered by 30th June 2018. Subject to vehicle stock being available. Only available on retail orders. Applicable on select models. Exclusions apply. Scrappage allowance is the guaranteed part-exchange value. Trade-in diesel must have been registered in the owner’s name for at least six months. To check date of first registration and emission standard visit vehicleenquiry.service.gov.uk or contact your local Van Centre