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Ford has launched a scrappage scheme covering all makes of cars and vans registered before the end of 2009, this includes all pre Euro 5 vehicles. Unlike different schemes previously announced by other manufacturers, which were only for diesel vehicles, the scheme launched by Ford will cover both petrol and diesel vehicles.
Under this scheme, which will run from 1 September until the end of the year, consumers will receive up to £2,000 off the price of new Ford models, both cars or vans, ranging in price from about £12,000 to more than £20,000. Ford said that by combining the scrappage incentive with other offers, customers could receive “up to £4,000 off a car or £7,000 off the cost of a van”.
Andy Barratt, chairman and managing director of Ford of Britain, told the BBC its scrappage scheme “is part of a journey” to improve air quality.
He added, “removing generations of the most polluting vehicles will have the most immediate positive effect on air quality, and this Ford scrappage scheme aims to do just that.
“We don’t believe incentivising sales of new cars goes far enough and we will ensure that all trade-in vehicles are scrapped. Acting together we can take hundreds of thousands of the dirtiest cars off our roads and out of our cities.”
“Air quality is a much bigger debate and getting older vehicles off the road is part of that. New technology, such as plug-in hybrids etc, are all part of that longer journey we need to work together.”
The NFDA welcomes the decision by Ford to launch an incentive for UK consumers to trade in cars over seven years old. We believe that motorists who had previously purchased high emission vehicles must not be penalised by the Clean Air Strategy. We call for a consistent and well thought-through approach by the Government to ensure consumers and businesses are able to cope with the transition.