The Mazda Scrappage Upgrade Plan

MAZDA SCRAP­PAGE SCHEME - UP­GRADE PLAN

Mazda is now offering a Scrappage Scheme - Upgrade Plan, saving you up to £6,000 off any new sub 144g/km Mazda. Available to cars registered by 31st December 2019, the scheme gives you a chance to scrap your old car (petrol or diesel) and get between £3,000 and £6,000 saving off a wide range of sub 144g/km new Mazda vehicles featuring award-winning SKYACTIV Technology. The table below gives you the scrappage deals available by model

If your car was registered on or before 31 December 2010 you could be eligible for our Mazda Scrappage Upgrade Plan and savings off a new Mazda.


SCRAPPAGE SAVINGS BY MODEL

Model New Model Criteria Scrappage Saving Finance 

Mazda2

<144g/km CO2 
emissions

£3,500

4.5% APR*Representative

Mazda Personal Contract Purchase or Mazda Conditional Sale

Up to 48 months

All-New Mazda3

£3,000
Mazda6 Petrol £5,000
Mazda6 Diesel £6,000
Mazda CX-3 £3,000
Mazda CX-5 £4,000

Mazda MX-5

£3,000


Mazda Scrappage Incentive Scheme is available to private customers registering a new Mazda with CO2 emissions up to 143g/km between 16.09.19 and 30.09.19, excluding All-New Mazda CX-30. Is conditional on the Scrappage of the part exchange vehicle, of any make, that has been registered to the current keeper for a minimum of 60 days and was first registered on or before 31 December 2010. Vehicles registered under this offer must be registered to the same name or address as the current keeper of the Scrappage vehicle. Retail sales only, subject to availability at participating dealers.

T&C apply. *4.5% APR Mazda Personal Contract Purchase and Mazda Conditional Sale available on all new Mazda models with CO2 emissions up to 143g/km. Excludes All-New Mazda CX-30. Finance subject to status, 18s or over. Guarantee may be required. Mazda Financial Services RH1 1SR. Channel Islands and Isle of Man excluded. Not available in conjunction with any other offer unless specified. Test drives subject to applicant status and availability.

*Charging times based on average peaks and other impacts like energy provider, temperature, and other factors.