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Vauxhall re-launches its own £2,000 scrappage scheme

Vauxhall has re-launched its scrappage allowance scheme for a £2,000 (including VAT) contribution for customers that trade-in their old car against certain new models in its range.

To qualify for the scheme, customers must have owned their trade-in vehicle for a minimum of 90 days. There is no upper age limit for cars and any manufacturer’s vehicle will be accepted.

Customers can combine scrappage with Vauxhall’s finance and free insurance offers.

The offer is available across Vauxhall’s passenger car range excluding Viva, Corsa Sting and Sting R and Adam Jam.

Leon Caruso, Vauxhall's retail sales director, said: “Vauxhall’s Scrappage Allowance scheme makes buying a new car even more affordable.

“Even customers who think that their current car is only worth a few pounds can now turn it into a £2,000 contribution towards the cost of a new Vauxhall – and that’s over and above any other deals they negotiate with the retailer, including free insurance on Adam Slam and Corsa Limited Edition.”

As part of the scheme, vehicles must be traded-in and scrapped to be eligible for the allowance.

All surrendered vehicles will be handled by Vauxhall’s official contracted end of life vehicle partner Autogreen through their online platform

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