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Scrappage scheme orders

Customers orders for many manufacturers have increased. Here's a snap shot AM took from the industry during during June 22-26.

The orders for each manufacutrer have been steadily increasing over the weeks and the full effect will be seen in June's registration figures.

Alfa Romeo
Would not reveal figures. 

Audi
Would not reveal figures, but said sales had increased since the introduction of the scheme.

Bentley
Cars ordered: 0.

BMW and Mini
Cars ordered: 1,400; delivered: 263.

Chevrolet
Cars ordered: 1,000.

Chrysler, Jeep & Dodge
Would not reveal figures, but said its scrappage sales “were not in huge numbers”.

Citroën
Cars ordered: 3,000 (mostly C1, C3 Picasso, C4, Xsara Picasso, C4 Picasso, Berlingo Multispace and Nemo Multispace. Notable trade-ins: 1989 Bedford Bambi, 1999 Jeep Cherokee and 1986 Porsche 924.

Daihatsu
Cars ordered: 263 (mainly Sirion 1.0).

Fiat
Would not reveal figures.

Ford
Cars ordered: 7,023; delivered: 3,856. Notable trade-ins: 47% Fords, 10% Vauxhalls, 5% premium brands or 4x4s such as old BMWs or Audis.

Honda
Cars ordered: 2,000 (mostly Jazz); delivered: 650. Honda is confident all models will be delivered within the four month deadline.

Hyundai
Cars ordered: 9,649; delivered: 3,476.
Hyundai said “deliveries within four months is very achievable.”

Jaguar
Cars ordered: 23 (mostly X-Type).

Kia
Cars ordered: 7,000 (70% Picanto, also Rio, Cee’d and Soul plus Sportage and Sorento in small numbers); delivered: 3,500. Notable trade-ins: Jaguars, Porsches and Range Rovers, even a Bond Equipe and a Singer Vogue.

Lexus
Cars ordered: 16

Mazda
Cars ordered: 1,500; delivered: 599.

Mercedes-Benz
Has not revealed figures.

Mitsubishi
Cars ordered: 511; delivered: 427. Delivery within four months is not a problem as most stock is at Royal Portbury Docks with a three-day lead-time to the dealer.

Nissan
Cars ordered: 3,000; delivered: 300. Nissan has sold seven GT-Rs through scrappage trade-ins.

Peugeot
Cars ordered: 3,200 (mostly 107s); delivered: 1,800. Notable trade-ins: 28% are Peugeot.

Renault
Cars ordered: 2,600; delivered: 450.

Rolls-Royce
Has not revealed figures.

Seat
Cars ordered: 575; delivered: 199. Notable trade-ins: BMW 6 Series and Triumph Herald.
Delivery within four months is not an issue.

Skoda
Cars ordered: 2,560; delivered: 800.

SsangYong
Cars ordered: 4; delivered: 1.

Subaru
Would not reveal figures.

Suzuki
Cars ordered: 2,600; delivered: 900. Notable trade-ins: MGB, MG Midget, Jaguar XJ6, Ford Capri and Triumph TR7. Delivery within four months is not an issue.

Toyota
Cars ordered: 7,085; delivered: 2,467. Notable trade-ins: High volumes of Ford, Vauxhall and Rover, plus a few Range Rovers, large Jaguars, BMWs, Mercedes-Benzs, Porsches, often being traded for small city cars like Aygo and iQ. Toyota has been unable to increase Aygo supply and some variant lead times are longer than four months. However, iQ, Yaris and Auris production has been increased and most variants can be delivered in time.

Vauxhall
Cars ordered: 4,000.

Volvo
Cars ordered: 1,234 (mostly C30, including DRIVe variant); delivered: 190. Notable trade-ins: Morris Marina.

Volkswagen
Cars ordered: 4,500; delivered: 1,125.

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