Suzuki has become the latest car manufacturer in the UK to offer a scrappage scheme for older part-exchange vehicles against a selection of new models.
Mazda UK has joined the legion of manufacturers offering scrappage scheme allowances for older part-exchange vehicles against a selection of new models.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced its scrappage scheme offers for its four brands – Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Abarth and Jeep.
Kia is the latest manufacturer to join the scrappage scheme frenzy for the new 67-plate registration season, with offers on the Picanto and Rio models.
Vauxhall has offered a twist on the part-exchange and scrappage scheme offers hitting the marketplace, with a pledge to beat We Buy Any Car by £1,000.
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.
A flurry of new "scrappage schemes" has been announced, with manufacturers offering thousands of pounds for owners of old cars to trade them in on new ones.
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.
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.
Today's #AskTCE article will help you make sure you get the best price you possibly can when you sell your car, whether it's a part-exchange or a private sale. Tick all of these boxes and you will maximise your car's value.
One of car buyers' biggest complaints is that dealers offer them a pathetic amount of money to part-exchange their car. So why is this?
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