The German manufacturer are giving drivers the opportunity to trade in their old diesel vehicles of Euro 4 (EU4) emission standard or lower to receive an additional £2,000 allowance toward any model across the BMW Range; with emissions of 130g/km or lower. This is a fantastic opportunity for those looking to buy a new car, as customers will be able to get behind the wheel of a brand-new BMW and enjoy a £2,000 discount, but to also contribute towards a greener future for mobility. If your car was built before January 2011, then you could qualify for a trade in deal.
What is the BMW Scrappage Scheme?
The BMW Scrappage Scheme (or Lower Emissions Allowance) enables buyers to trade in their old diesel for a chance to receive an additional £2,000 towards a new, more eco-friendly model across the BMW range. The scrappage scheme is applicable to those looking to trade in pre-2011 cars, which meet the current Euro 4 standards and guidelines. The scrappage scheme runs between the 09 August 2017 and 31 December 2017, so be sure not to miss out.
The BMW Lower Emissions Allowance can be used to purchase a wide range of BMW vehicles across the range. The BMW Scrappage Scheme certainly offers excellent variety, no matter what car you’re looking for.
What new cars can you buy?
The BMW Scrappage Scheme 2017 covers a wide range of BMW’s petrol and diesel models, but savings apply to some specific trims. Please note that you will only be applicable if you are looking to trade in a pre-2011 diesel car.
Details of the cars available in the BMW Scrappage Scheme are outlined below, the links will allow you to Compare BMW Prices of specific models.
BMW Scrappage Deals 2017
The BMW scrappage deals in the Lower Emissions Allowance can be used towards the purchase of any of the below vehicles:
|BMW 1 Series||118i, 116d, 118d, 120d, 125d|
|BMW 2 Series Coupé||218i, 218d, 220d, 225d|
|BMW 2 Series Convertible||218d, 220d, 225d|
|BMW 2 Series Active Tourer||218i, 220i, 225xe, 216d, 218d, 220d|
|BMW 2 Series Gran Tourer||218i, 216d, 218d, 220d|
|BMW 3 Series Saloon||318i, 320i, 330e, 316d, 318d, 320d|
|BMW 3 Series Touring||318i, 316d, 318d, 320d|
|BMW 3 Series Gran Turismo||318d, 320d|
|BMW 4 Series Coupé||420d|
|BMW 4 Series Convertible||420d|
|BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé||420d|
|BMW 5 Series Saloon||520i, 530e, 520d, 525d, 530d|
|BMW 5 Series Touring||520d, 525d|
|BMW 7 Series||740e, 725d, 730d, 740Le, 725Ld, 730Ld|
|BMW X1||sDrive18i, sDrive18d, xDrive18d, xDrive20d|
|BMW i3 and BMW i8||i3, i3 with Range Extendr, i8|
BMW Diesel Scrappage Scheme: what cars can you trade in?
In order to be eligible for the BMW Scrappage Scheme, the vehicle you are trading in must be:
- Registered before January 2011.
- Owned by you for at least 12 months.
- Euro 4 rated or lower.
- Diesel powered.
- Registered with the same name and address as your new car.
When does the BMW Scrappage Scheme end?
BMW’s Diesel Scrappage Scheme runs until the end of 2017 and new vehicles need to be registered between the 9th August 2017 and 31 December 2017. If you are interested in a BMW scrappage deal you will have to act quickly.
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Or take a look at our Manufacturer Scrappage Scheme Guide for more details.
BMW Scrappage Terms and Conditions
Please see details below regarding the terms and conditions of the BMW Lower Emissions Allowance:
* £2,000 Lower Emissions Allowance towards new BMW/MINI vehicles with CO2 emissions of 130g/km (NEDC) or below. New vehicle must be registered by 31 December 2017 and in the same name and address as trade-in vehicle. Trade-in vehicle must be diesel, EU4 emission standard or older and owned for at least 12 months. Retail customers only. Participating retailers only. Can be used in conjunction with other offers. Terms and conditions apply. Please speak to your local BMW Centre for more information.
** A small number of models shown are only applicable for the allowance with certain trim level and/or transmission configurations. Please speak to your local BMW Centre for more information.
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