scrappage


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scrappage

(ˈskræpɪdʒ)
n
the act or process of scrapping
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Today's scrappage schemes are not Government-backed but are variations on standard manufacturer incentives but with added rules about the CO2 emissions of both the cars being 'scrapped' - or traded in - and the new car.
Auto Business News-January 23, 2018--Mitsubishi UK to extend scrappage scheme
VOLKSWAGEN is giving away up to PS6,000 off the price of some of its cars as part of an extended scrappage scheme.
As is so often the case, the scrappage scheme that was originally for a limited time only, will now run until the beginning of April.
Within days of the 2040 announcement, most manufacturers had put in place scrappage schemes, with a view to getting older cars off the streets - and boosting the sales market.
VICTORIA Park Mazda is offering South Wales motorists the chance to save up to PS5,000 on the purchase of a new Mazda as part of the Japanese brand's vehicle scrappage scheme.
VOLKSWAGEN has raised the stakes in the diesel scrappage war with a scheme worth up to PS8,000.
The industry said the Government's scrappage scheme had accelerated sales, particularly among economic models for the flagging industry -but dealers on Teesside say they are worried a dip could be on the horizon after the super-successful 'cash for bangers' scheme ended last month.
A SCRAPPAGE hangover has hit what was once Europe's largest new car market - and there are fears it could spread to the UK.
Summary: Government sounds "last orders" for the car scrappage scheme as the offer of a Au2,000 discount on new models enters its final phase.
THE over 60s in Wales will benefit from a new domestic boiler scrappage scheme.
THE Irish motor industry has been broadly welcoming of the announcement of a new scrappage scheme in Brian Lenihan's 2010 budget.