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  • Scrappage Scheme incentive available until 30 September 2017
  • Customers can enjoy savings of up to £2,000 on selected new Suzuki models
  • Car being traded in must be of a pre-Euro 5 emissions standard and have been registered before the end of 2009

As part of Suzuki GB PLC’s commitment to promoting the benefits of ownership of new lower emission vehicles meeting Euro 6 legislation, the vehicle manufacturer is pleased to announce the introduction of its Scrappage Scheme. The incentive programme, which runs until the 30 September 2017, offers private retail new car buyers up to £2,000 off the price of selected brand-new Suzuki models when they trade in a car registered before the end of 2009. Any make of petrol, diesel or hybrid car can be traded in although they must be pre-Euro 5 emissions standard.

Furthermore, as part of the initiative, any model supplied by a customer needs to have been owned in their own name for at least 90 days and then, in turn, must be scrapped by the dealership via the industry recognised AutoGreen recycling channel.

Suzuki offers a comprehensive range of highly fuel-efficient cars including various models with Boosterjet turbo-charged petrol engines as well as three with mild hybrid application, known as SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki). SHVS is available in the Ignis, Swift and Baleno models.

The savings for each model and grade in the Suzuki Scrappage Scheme are as follows:

ModelVariantScrappage saving (inc. VAT)
CelerioSZ4£1,000
IgnisSZ-T & SZ5£1,000
JimnySZ4£1,000
BalenoSZ-T & SZ5£2,000
S-CrossSZ-T & SZ5£2,000
SwiftSZ-T & SZ5£2,000
VitaraSZ-T, SZ5 & S£2,000

 

The scrappage savings cannot be combined with the latest summer Suzuki new car offers which are also available until 30 September 2017. However, for customers looking at PCP or HP options, Suzuki Financial Services is offering a new 5.9 per cent APR incentive across all selected models in the scheme.

Suzuki Swift - scrappage scheme 2017

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