Audi are giving drivers the opportunity to trade in their old diesel vehicles, in return for incentives of up £8,000 on a range of new Audi models. The incentive contribution ranges from £2,000 to £8,000 with a whole host of new vehicles included. Under the programme, new customers are able to qualify for the scrappage incentive towards a new Audi if their current car is a Euro 1 (EU1) to Euro 4 (EU4) emission standard diesel passenger car and first registered before 2010.
Also It is worth noting your current car doesn’t have to be an Audi, but the scrappage incentive is not available in conjunction with any other offers.
What is the Audi Scrappage Scheme?
The Audi Scrappage Scheme is a cash incentive for owners of older diesel cars, of any make, who want to upgrade to a new Audi that’s more efficient in fuel consumption and has lower emissions.
The Audi Scrappage Scheme offers potential incentives between £2,000 and £8,000 on a selection of new Euro-6-rated petrol or diesel cars, when customers trade in their old diesel cars. The scrappage scheme runs until the 31st of December 2017 and is available when you trade in any Euro 4 (EU4) rated diesel car registered before the 31st of December 2009 from any brand.
The Audi Scrappage Scheme certainly offers one of the biggest contributions of up to £8,000 on the Q7 e-tron: in addition to savings of £7,000 on A6/A7 models and £6,000 on A4 and A5 models.
What new cars can you buy?
The Audi Scrappage Scheme 2017 covers a wide range of Audi’s petrol and diesel models, but savings apply to some specific models/trims. Please note that you will only be applicable if you are looking to trade in any Euro 4 rated diesel car registered before the 31st of December 2009 from any brand.
Details of the cars available in the Audi Scrappage Scheme are outlined below, the links will allow you to Compare Audi Prices of specific models.
Audi Scrappage Deals 2017
Contributions are available on selected new, EU6-compliant cars in the Audi range, except the A8, Q7 TDI, R8 and RS models. Below is a list of Audi models in the scheme, and the contribution customers can potentially receive towards it.
You can also click on the Audi models to compare prices:
|Audi A3 e-tron||£5,000|
|Audi Q7 e-tron||£8,000|
Audi Diesel Scrappage Scheme: what cars can you trade in?
In order to be eligible for the Audi Scrappage Scheme the vehicle you are trading in must be:
- Registered by the 31st of December 2009.
- Owned by you for at least 6 months.
- Euro 4 rated or lower.
- Diesel powered.
What happens to your old car?
The aim of the Audi Scrappage Scheme 2017 is to take less clean and efficient diesel cars off the road. So, once Audi receive your old car, they dismantle it and, wherever possible, recycle it’s materials.
When does the Audi Scrappage Scheme end?
Audi’s Scrappage Scheme runs until the end of 2017 and to receive the contribution, you have to have order your new Audi by 31 December 2017 and it must be registered by 31 March 2018. If you are interested in an Audi scrappage deal you will have to act quickly.
The Audi Car Scrappage Scheme could potentially be extended beyond this initial period, depending on how popular it proves to be.
Audi Scrappage Terms and Conditions
Please see details below regarding the terms and conditions of the 2017 Audi Scrappage Scheme:
In order to qualify for the Audi scrappage incentive, terms and conditions will apply.
- The old vehicle to be scrapped must be a Euro 1 to Euro 4 diesel passenger car first registered on or before 31 December 2009. Any make and any model is accepted, and must have been owned for 6 months or more. The scrappage incentive is available for selected new petrol, diesel or e-tron Audi cars only; used cars will not qualify.
- It is not available in combination with any other offers, including any finance offers.
- The new vehicle purchase is for retail customers only and must be registered in the same customer name as the old vehicle being traded in.
- The scrappage incentive is applicable for new Audi orders placed up to and including 31 December 2017 and registered by 31 March 2018.