Peugeot announces scrap allowance

Peugeot has announced details of the Peugeot Trade-In-Ability promotion, offering up to a €4,500 scrappage allowance on models across the Peugeot passenger car range, excluding the new Peugeot 108 and RCZ.

 

Applicable to cars registered in or before the year 2007, the Peugeot Trade-In-Ability programme invites customers to upgrade their old model for a new Peugeot and to enjoy huge savings. Now on at your local participating Peugeot Dealer, the Trade-In-Ability full terms and conditions can be found on Peugeot.ie.

Under the Trade-In-Ability scrappage scheme, a new Peugeot 208 is on offer with a scrappage allowance of €3,000; a new Peugeot 2008 is on offer with a scrappage allowance of €3,500; a new Peugeot 308 hatchback or SW is on offer with a scrappage allowance of €3,500; a new Peugeot 508 family saloon or SW enjoy a scrappage allowance of €3,500; the Peugeot 3008 crossover enjoys a scrappage allowance of €4,000; while the Peugeot 5008 7-seater compact MPV comes with a scrappage allowance of €4,500.

Des Cannon, Managing Director at Gowan Distributors, said, “Together with extremely competitive finance offers – 3.9% Peugeot Passport PCP or 4.9% APR on HP finance – plus a five year extended warranty offer across the Peugeot car range, the Peugeot Trade-In-Ability scrappage offer is incredible value for those who wish to trade in their existing 2007 or older model against a new Peugeot passenger car.”

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