Much like Ford’s scrappage scheme the South Korean car manufacturer is allowing drivers to trade in both petrol and diesel models.
UK motorists can bag up to £5,000 off the price of a new Hyundai.
The scheme runs until September 1st 2017 and targets older and more polluting vehicles with Euro 1-4 emissions standard.
Hyundai scrappage scheme cars and disocunts
The offer will mean the i10 S 1.0 is available from £7,995, the i20 S 1.0 is available from £9,495 and the i30 S 1.0 is available from £12,995.
Under the terms of the scrappage scheme, those with Euro 1-3 emissions standard will be scrapped, while owners of a Euro 4 model do not have to scrap their car and can trade-in their vehicle for any model across the Hyundai range.
We currently offer the broadest range of powertrains currently on sale in the UK.
“We’ve already launched the new IONIQ – the world’s first car to offer Hybrid, Plug-In Hybrid and full Electric powertrains all in one bodystyle – and we were the first manufacturer to bring a production fuel cell vehicle to the market in 2014.
“Moving on, we will have introduced 14 alternative-fuel models globally by 2020.
“However, right here, right now, there are thousands of older cars on our roads that could be replaced with cleaner – not to mention better equipped and safer – alternatives.
“By giving owners of older cars a substantial financial incentive to scrap or trade in, regardless of make or model, this new scheme will do just that.”