Hyundai extends scrappage scheme to the end of March

Published 03 January 2018

Hyundai has extended its scrappage scheme, allowing buyers to get up to £5000 off a new model until March 31.

The scheme allows Euro 1-4 emissions standard vehicles (cars that were registered before 31 December 2009), of any make or model, to be scrapped or traded in for a brand-new Hyundai.

Customer can save £3500 on the Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid, using the £2000 Hyundai scrappage offer combined with the government-funded £1500 Plug-In Car Grant.

The new Kona – Hyundai’s latest SUV offering – has also been introduced to the scheme, with a £1750 incentive available on all variants. Santa Fe and Tucson remain on the scheme, with savings of £3500 and £4000.

The most polluting vehicles, those with Euro 1-3 emissions standard, will be scrapped. Owners of a Euro 4 model can trade-in their vehicle for any model across the Hyundai range. However, the car must be owned by the customer for at least 90 days to be eligible for the discount.

For a full breakdown of the discounts available across the range, see the table below.



Scrappage discount


SE 1.0


All other models



SE 1.2


All other models



All models



All models



Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrid



All models



All models



All models


Santa Fe

All models



Finguz    on 4 January 2018

When it states "All models" on the i30, does it extend to the i30N?

Edited by Finguz on 04/01/2018 at 11:29

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