Fiat has recently launched its scrappage scheme with discounts ranging from £1,500 to £3,500 - depending on the model chosen. The biggest discounts available are for the Punto, where you can s up to £3,500 off one.
What is the Fiat Scrappage Scheme?
Fiat’s scrappage scheme offers incentives on nearly all of its cars, meaning that as long as customers have a car that qualifies for its scheme, they can claim between £1,500 and £3,500 off a new car.
One of the most interesting scrappage offers in Fiat range is the 124 Spider – Fiat’s sporty little Mazda MX-5 twin – which has £3,000 off across the line-up.
What new cars can you buy?
Unlike other manufacturers, a good number of Fiat’s models feature in its scrappage scheme. All the popular 500 range are included in the offer, with scrapping savings between £2,150 and £3,500 on the 500 hatch, 500L MPV and 500X crossover.
Elsewhere, the Tipo and Panda hatchbacks have savings between £1,500 and £2,000 off them respectively. On the Panda, however, the entry-level Pop trim is excluded from the offer. The slow-selling Punto hatch has the best deal, with savings of £3,500 off the car using the scrappage scheme. As we’ve already mentioned, the 124 Spider has a £3,000 saving. All of the vehicles on offer qualify under the Euro-6-rated petrol and diesel vehicles
Models excluded include the new Fiat Fullback pick-up, the Doblo and the Qubo.
Fiat Scrappage Deals 2017
Details of the cars available in the Fiat Scrappage Scheme are outlined below, the links will allow you to Compare Fiat Prices of specific models.
|Panda||All versions except Pop trim||£2,000|
|124 Spider||All versions||£3,000|
Fiat Scrappage Scheme: What cars can you trade in?
Fiat is quite limited with its conditions on the car you are trading in, compared to other manufacturers.
Its few conditions are that the car you are trading in has to be registered by December 31, 2009, be registered to the same name and address as your new car and that you must have owned the car for at least 180 days.
To qualify for the Fiat Scrappage Scheme the vehicle you are trading in must be:
- Registered by December 31, 2009
- Registered with the same name and address as your new car
- Owned by you for at least 180 days
When does the Fiat Scrappage Scheme end?
Fiat’s scrappage scheme is expected to end on September 30th. While it had been rumoured that of the scheme was popular enough it would be extended, it does not look like this will happen.
Or take a look at our manufacturer scrappage scheme guide for more details.
Fiat Scrappage Terms and Conditions
In order to qualify for the Fiat scrappage incentive, these terms and conditions will apply:
- Scrappage Bonus varies depending on Fiat model selected between min £1,350 and max £3,500. Bonus represents a discount off the on the road price. Scrappage Bonus cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion. Scrappage Bonus is available across the Fiat range (excluding Fiat Panda Pop, Fiat Doblo, Fiat Fullback and Fiat Qubo)
- Vehicle must be ordered between 1st September and 30th September 2017 and registered by 30th September 2017. 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 180 days
- At participating dealers only. Available on selected stock of new cars, while stocks last. Retail customers only. Excludes Personal Contract Hire. Promotion may be varied and withdrawn at any time. Subject to availability