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Ford Scrappage Scheme £2,000 Savings

By Joanne Hogan | January 22, 2020

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Save £2,000 off a brand new Ford car when you trade in your old vehicle

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Ford £2,000 scrappage savings

The Ford Scrappage Scheme cuts the price of your new, environmentally friendly vehicle by £2,000 until March 31st 2020 To qualify:

Part exchange your old car or commercial vehicle of any make that was registered before January 1st 2014 and you have owned the car for at least 90 days. T&C's apply.

Models included are the Fiesta, EcoSport, Focus, Mondeo and Kuga. (Fiesta /Focus Style & Fiesta/Focus ST, All-new Kuga, Puma and Mustang models are excluded).

 You can combine the £2,000 saving with 0% APR over 3 yrs with Ford Options.

Fiesta

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The Fiesta continues to be the best selling car in the UK so a very popular choice for buyers. Features on the Titanium model include LED daytime running lights, LED tail lights, 16” alloys, sharp handling, modest running costs and practicality.

  • Titanium X model from £19,720
  • ST-Line model from £17,620
  • Scrappage saving: £2,000

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EcoSport

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The Ford EcoSport is a small SUV, but roomy enough for four adults, the higher-ride height is great and it is also available in 4WD. Standard features on the Titanium model include 17” alloys, silver roof rails, rear view camera pack, cruise control and Ford SYNC 3 Navigation and FordPass Connect.

  • Zetec model from £18,650
  • Titanium model from £20,150
  • ST-Line model from £20,950
  • Scrappage saving: £2,000

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Focus 

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The Ford Focus remains as popular as ever as one of the top-selling cars in the UK due to its great driving dynamics. The Zetec model features LED day time running lamps, air conditioning, 16" alloys wheels, cruise control and Ford SYNC with 8'' touchscreen & App Link Android Auto/Apple CarPlay.

  • Zetec model from £20,645
  • Titanium from £22,645
  • ST-Line from £22,895
  • Scrappage saving: £2,000

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Mondeo

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The Mondeo, also in its fourth generation is a popular large family car. The Titanium Edition has an impressive specification, including 18" alloys, 10" TFT cluster display, Lane keeping aid, premium Ebony leather and heated front seats.

  • Zetec Edition from £21,495
  • Titanium Edition from £23,595
  • Titanium hybrid EV from £26,895
  • Scrappage saving: £2,000

Take a test drive

Kuga

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The Kuga is a larger prospect. This SUV is a versatile family workhorse, with space age equipment specification and a sporty vibe that ensures it stands out. Key features on the Titanium Edition include 18" Luster Nickel alloys, rear privacy glass, silver roof rails, Ford SYNC 3 DAB navigation system, front door scuff plates and rear parking sensors.

  • Zetec from £23,375
  • Titanium Edition from £26,295
  • Titanium hybrid EV from £26,895
  • ST-Line from £28,525
  • Scrappage saving: £2,000

Take a test drive

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