Mazda Scrappage Scheme 2017

Mazda Scrappage Scheme 2017: How much can you save?

Mazda have recently launched their scrappage scheme: offering incentives up to £5,000 off a selection of brand new Mazda Models when you trade in your old car. Are you interested in finding out more about the Mazda Scrappage Scheme? Read our in-depth guide below.

Mazda is one of the latest manufacturers to offer a scrappage scheme. Called the ‘Upgrade Plan’, the Mazda incentive is all about getting buyers to choose lower emission cars, with CO2 outputs of below 130g/km.

Here’s our in-depth guide to how it works.

Why not try our New Car Finder or take a look at our Manufacturer Scrappage Scheme Guide for more details.

What is the Mazda Scrappage Scheme?

The Upgrade Plan applies across four different models in the Mazda range – the 2, 3, 6 and CX-3.

Savings apply to petrol versions of the Mazda 2, 3 and 6, and to diesel variants of the 3, 6 and CX-3 crossover.

The savings apply if you dispose of a car first registered before 31 December 2009 and traded in at a participating Mazda dealer before the end of March 2018, but you can only take advantage of the scheme if buying a car with CO2 emissions of below 130g/km.

The smallest saving - £2,500 - applies to the Mazda 2, while you can save up to £5,000 on a CX-3.
2017 Mazda 2 small hatchback

What new cars can you buy? 

Details of the cars available to buy via the Mazda scrappage scheme are outlined below and the links will allow you to compare prices of the specific Mazda models.

Mazda Model

Version

Saving

Mazda 2 

Petrol

£2,500

Mazda 3

Petrol

£4,000

Mazda 6

Petrol

£4,000

Mazda 3

Diesel

£5,000

Mazda 6 

Diesel

£5,000

Mazda CX-3

Diesel

£3,000

 

2017 Mazda 6 Wagon large estate

What cars can you trade in?

While some manufacturers’ schemes only allow you to trade in old diesel cars, the Mazda scheme is open to any car of any make or model regardless of fuel type.

To qualify for the Mazda Scrappage Scheme the vehicle you are trading in must be:

  • Registered by 31 December 2009
  • Registered with the same name and address as your new car
  • Owned by you for at least 60 days

When does the Mazda Scrappage Scheme end?

The scheme has been extended until 31st March 2018

2017 Mazda 3 mid-size saloon

Is it worth it?

Mazda’s scheme is one of many on the market today, so while the offers are tempting, you should shop around and compare prices and models to decide which one suits you best.

If you’re in the market to Compare New Car Prices, why not try our New Car Finder today?

Or take a look at our manufacturer scrappage scheme guide for more details. 

2017 Mazda 6 large saloon

Mazda Scrappage Terms and Conditions

Please see details below regarding the terms and conditions of the 2017 Mazda Scrappage Scheme:

In order to qualify for the Mazda scrappage incentive, terms and conditions will apply.

  • Mazda Scrappage Incentive Scheme is available to private customers registering a new Mazda model with CO2 emissions of <130g/km between 8 September and 31 December 2017 and is conditional on the scrappage of the part exchange vehicle, of any make, originally registered on or before 31 December 2009
  • Vehicles registered to this scheme must be registered to the name or address of the original keeper and must have been in the original keepers name for a minimum of 60 days
  • Retail sales only, subject to availability for vehicles registered between 08.09.17 and 31.12.17 at participating dealers. T&C apply. Finance subject to status, 18s or over. Guarantee may be required. Mazda Financial Services RH1 1SR. Channel Islands excluded. Not available in conjunction with any other offer unless specified
  • The MPG figures quoted are sourced from official EU-regulated test results obtained through laboratory testing. These are provided for comparability purposes only and may not reflect your actual driving results
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