FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE FANTASTIC SCRAPPAGE SCHEME NOW AVAILABLE FROM CITROEN
Customers who have owned a car or van of any make and model for more than 90 days, which was originally registered before December 31 2010, can now trade it in and receive a scrappage allowance.
Citroën is offering between £ 1,600 and £ 6,400 ( including VAT) off the price of selected new petrol or diesel- powered Citroën cars and between £ 3,000 and £ 7,000 ( excluding VAT) against the purchase price of selected new Citroën panel vans.
To qualify for the Citroën Scrappage Scheme, all new Citroën vehicles must be ordered and registered by December 31 2017.
All vehicles part- exchanged under the scheme will be scrapped and recycled by CarTakeBack, the Citroën brand’s approved vehicle car recycling partner in the UK.
Vehicles recycled by CarTakeBack are treated in an environmentally friendly manner, with all hazardous materials such as oil, batteries and tyres disposed of responsibly.
Processing by CarTakeBack will ensure that a DVLA Certificate of Destruction ( COD) is issued for every vehicle recycled through the scheme.
The Citroën Scrappage Scheme cannot be used in conjunction with any other existing customer offer.
However, retail customers will be able to benefit from dedicated Elect 3 PCP finance at 6.9% APR over 37 or 48 months.
The Citroën Scrappage Scheme will be marketed nationally and available at participating dealers.
Scheme allowances stretch from £ 1,600 for new C3 Aircross models ( excluding the Touch trim level) to £ 6,400 on a C3 Picasso.
Other examples are the Berlingo Multispace, £ 2,500; C4 Cactus ( excluding Touch trim level), £ 3,900; C4, £ 5,000 and the Grand C4 Picasso, £ 4,700.
Turning to commercial vehicles, scrappage allowances stretch from £ 3,000 ( excluding VAT) for a Nemo panel van to £ 7,000 on a Relay panel van.
Bek Hassan, Citroën UK’s managing director,