Peugeot joins vehicle scrappage scheme

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PEUGEOT JOINS VEHICLE SCRAPPAGE SCHEME
GREEN SCHEME: Generous discounts available across Peugeot range. Photo credit: Wikimedia

PEUGEOT is offering motorists the opportunity to swap their car or van for a safer, greener new Peugeot at a generous discount ranging between £1,750 (€2,000) and £7,000 (€8,000) across the range.  All vehicles traded in under the scheme will be scrapped to help remove less safe, higher polluting vehicles from the roads.

All petrol and diesel-powered passenger cars and vans registered before 31st December 2010 are eligible for the scrappage discount, which can be redeemed against any Peugeot from the 108 supermini to the award-winning all-new 3008 SUV and the Boxer Van.

The initiative means motorists will be able to upgrade to vehicles with the latest safety features and preventative technology – such as Peugeot’s autonomous Active City Brake system, lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control and intelligent speed limit recognition.

All vehicles traded in under the scheme will be scrapped to help remove less safe, higher polluting vehicles from the roads.

David Peel, Managing Director at Peugeot UK commented: “The announcement of a Peugeot scrappage scheme will put a new car within reach of many motorists driving older cars and we are confident that this enticing offer will help put safer, greener cars on the road.

“Taking into account the exponential growth in safety and connectivity technology that’s taken place over the last couple of years, motorists are now in a better position than ever to buy a car that is not only a pleasure to drive and be in, but also protects occupants while on the move.

“Environmentally, Peugeot cars are at the top of the class with award-winning PureTech petrol and BlueHDi diesel engines that use technology to reduce the impact of driving on the planet while offering strong levels of performance and competitive running costs. On this basis, it’s a great time to upgrade.”

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