Car manufacturers are rushing to offer scrappage and part-exchange allowances for the last four months of 2017, as well as a range of finance offers. But unlike the government scrappage scheme in 2009/10, not all of the 2017 scrappage schemes are created equal.
Only The Car Expert has been looking at the fine print of each offer, to explain in plain English exactly what is included (and what’s not) from each manufacturer. Check out our information on all the latest offers below, to make sure you’re getting the best possible deal on your new 67-plate car.
Latest new car offers
Renault has joined the rush of manufacturers offering scrappage schemes to coincide with the new 67-plate registrations that commenced today.
Nissan has unveiled a part-exchange offer to compete with the scrappage schemes on offer from numerous other car manufacturers.
VW Group brands Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda and SEAT are all launching incentives to replace older higher-polluting cars.
Toyota has become the latest manufacturer to offer a scrappage scheme for customers part-exchanging an older car on a new vehicle.
Hyundai has joined the ranks of manufacturers offering part-exchange offers for older, higher-polluting vehicles, with between £1,500 and £5,000 on offer.
Ford is the latest manufacturer to offer a scrappage scheme in the UK, with £2,000 available to owners of any pre-Euro 5 car on selected new models.
Alfa Romeo is offering a £2,000 deposit contribution on selected Mito, Giulietta, Giulia and 4C models sold and delivered by the end of September.
Daimler has announced a diesel part-exchange programme for any customer part-exchanging an older diesel car against selected Mercedes-Benz or smart models.
Peugeot has launched a pair of special-edition 108 models alongside a new finance offer as the market revs up ahead of the September rush.
The BMW Group has announced a new £2,000 part-exchange allowance for customers trading in an older diesel car on a new low emissions BMW or MINI model.
Peugeot has launched new car finance offers for its 208 hatchback, with both PCP and leasing options. We critique the offers to see if they're worthwhile.
DS Automobiles has announced a range of finance offers, with a range of deposit contributions available on PCP deals for new DS 3, DS 4 and DS 5 models.