08 September 2017 by CJ Hubbard, Vans Editor Last Updated: 22 Sep 2017

  • Fiat launches van scrappage bonus scheme
  • Ford van scrappage deals
  • Peugeot-Citroen scrappage scheme
  • Renault van scrappage deals
  • Toyota van and pickup scrappage scheme
  • VW van scrappage deals
  • Info on all the van scrappage schemes in one place
  • Find out whether scrappage is a good deal for you
  • Check whether your trade-in is eligible here too

A number of van manufacturers are offering now scrappage schemes for the sales period from 1 September 2017 until 31 December 2017* – and you’ll find links to details of all of them on this single Parkers Vans page.

Click the following links to go directly to specific manufacturer info, or keep reading for more guidance about scrappage deals in general:

*The Fiat 'scrappage bonus' scheme only runs until 30 September 2017, see below for more details

Looking for infomation on the current scrappage deals for new cars? Then click here for the full breakdown on Parkers

General rules of the latest van scrappage schemes

While there are some variations between the scrappage scheme deals, there are crucial similarities in most cases, too.

The principle one is that in almost every instance, the vehicle you’re trading in to get the discount must be pre-Euro 5 emissions – meaning anything Euro 4 or earlier is perfect fodder.

The registration date cut-off for Euro 4 was 31 December 2009, so generally anything pre-2010 should also be fine (though you may find some Euro 5 vehicles were available early).

The current emissions regime for new vehicles is Euro 6.

Citroen and Peugeot, however, are doing things slightly differently. Rather than rely on emissions data, the partner French firms have simply set the cut-off date for the first registration of the trade-in vehicle at 31 December 2010. Which is a year later than any other scheme we've seen.

Both cars and vans, petrol or diesel, can be traded in to get the scrappage discount – and these trade-in vehicles will be scrapped.

Are the van scrappage schemes good value for money?

This is the million dollar question.

In some cases, possibly – especially where the £2,000 scrappage saving can be combined with other offers; for example both Ford and Renault have maximum savings of up to £7,000 available on their Transit and Master large vans.

However, don’t rush in.

Firstly check that you can’t get a similar or better deal without resorting to scrappage. We can help you here:

Secondly, if you do think scrappage is the best deal for you, it’s still worth making sure you’re not getting poor value for the trade-in vehicle. If it’s worth less than £2,000 you’re quids in, but if it’s worth more than £2,000 a non-scrappage deal could be a better bet.

You can check a vehicle’s value by using the Parkers van valuation tool.

Now, on to the van scrappage round up.

Ford van scrappage scheme

Ford van scrappage deals

Ford was the first light commercial vehicle (LCV) maker to start offering a scrappage scheme discount on vans. These are the main details:

For more details of the Ford scrappage scheme on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other Ford van deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

Renault van scrappage scheme

Renault van scrappage deals

Renault’s scheme is very similar to Fords – right down to the total discount amounts currently available. These are the main details:

  • Scrappage discount: £2,000
  • Can this be combined with other offers: yes
  • Which Renault vans are included: Kangoo, Trafic and Master
  • Which are excluded: Kangoo ZE electric van
  • How long the trade-in vehicle must have been registered to you: 90 days

For more details of the Renault scrappage scheme on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other Renault van deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

Toyota van – and pickup – scrappage scheme

Toyota van and pickup scrappage scheme

Toyota was the first manufacturer to offer a discount on a pickup – however, its rules are stricter than Ford and Renault’s. These are the main LCV details:

  • Scrappage discount: £2,000 (it’s less on some Toyota cars)
  • Can this be combined with other offers: no
  • Which Toyota LCVs are included: Proace van and Hilux pickup
  • Which are excluded: n/a on LCVs
  • How long the trade-in vehicle must have been registered to you: six months

For more details of the Toyota scrappage scheme on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other Toyota deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

VW vans scrappage scheme

VW van scrappage deals

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles offers a reduced rate of scrappage on its smallest van – the Caddy - and also excludes a few models. These are the main details:

For more details of the VW scrappage scheme on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other VW van deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

Fiat van – and pickup – 'scrappage bonus' scheme

Fiat launches van scrappage bonus scheme

Fiat Professional is the latest van maker to join the scrappage parade. But its 'scrappage bonus' scheme is a but different: it only runs until 30 September 2017, and the scrappage disount is only £500,

However, the total savings available at Fiat at the moment are enormous, ranging from £5,500 off the Fullback pickup to a massive £13,500 off the Ducato large van.

See our separate story on the Fiat scrapapge bonus scheme for more details.

For more info on the Fiat scrappage scheme on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other Fiat van deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

Peugeot-Citroen van scrappage scheme

Peugeot-Citroen van scrappage scheme details

As with Toyota, Citroen and Peugoet are offering scrappage as an alternative to other offers, rather than in combination. However, the money off is quite substantial, with a minimum discount of £3,000. The details:

For more info on the Peugeot and Citroen van scrappage schemes on Parkers Vans click here

Look for other Citroen and Peugeot van deals in the Parkers Vans for sale section

Van scrappage scheme round-up on Parkers Vans