Mazda Scrappage Incentive Scheme

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 30 September 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.

Take a look at the savings available to you below.

T & Cs: *Retail sales only, subject to availability for vehicles registered between 01.07.19 and 30.09.19 at participating dealers. T&C apply. Finance subject to status, 18s or over. Guarantee may be required. Mazda Financial Services RH1 1SR. Channel Islands excluded. Not available in conjunction with any other offer unless specified.

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible?
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.

Is the incentive only available on Diesel cars?
No, the incentive scheme is available for both petrol and diesel cars.

Are there any Mazda models not available on the Mazda Scrappage Incentive Scheme?
All Mazda models above 143g/km CO2 emissions are excluded from the Scrappage Incentive Scheme. This includes, and is not limited to, all Mazda CX-5 petrol models, Mazda CX-3 AWD models, Mazda6 Tourer petrol models and all Mazda MX-5 184ps models.  All-New Mazda3 is also excluded from the Scrappage Upgrade Plan.

What happens to my old car?
Mazda UK has teamed up with CarTakeBack who provide a network of professionally managed authorised treatment facilities (ATF’s). These are fully licenced by the Environment Agency and meet Mazda’s quality standards for the receipt, treatment and recovery of vehicles. CarTakeBack responsibly recycle every vehicle to the government target of 95%. All eligible part-exchanged vehicles will be scrapped and removed from the road, highlighting Mazda’s commitment to the environment and the lowering of CO2 emissions.

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