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Van scrappage scheme 2018 round-up

  • 2018 van scrappage discounts listed
  • Details of each plus links to more info
  • Not all scrappage schemes are the same

While most scrappage schemes were originally slated to end in December 2017, a few van makers have elected to extend their scrappage discounts into 2018. Parkers Vans has all the details.

Which van manufacturers have scrappage schemes in 2018?

The following van brands have confirmed scrappage offers (click each name to learn more) for the new year:

Are all the van scrappage schemes the same?

Not at all – each of the van marques involved in 2018 are doing things slightly differently, although each does require you to trade in an older, more polluting vehicle in order to get the scrappage discount.

We’ve highlighted the major points of each scheme below, but you’ll find more info on the individual scrappage pages for each manufacturer.

Ford van scrappage 2018

Ford is offering a variable amount of money off through scrappage, depending on the particular model, with the biggest discount coming on the full-size Transit.

Unlike the 2017 scheme, the discount cannot be combined with other offers. There is also now a discount available on the Ranger pickup, which was previously excluded.

Ford has also committed to not scrapping vehicles listed as ‘historic’ by the DVLA.

Ford van scrappage scheme details:

  • Ford van scrappage discount: £2,000 - £7,000 (depending on model)
  • Vehicles included: Transit Courier, Transit Connect, Transit Custom, Transit and Ranger
  • Vehicles excluded: facelifted Ford Transit Custom
  • Qualifying trade-in vehicles: must have been registered before 31 December 2010; cars and vans, petrol and diesel all allowed
  • Ford van scrappage scheme end date: sale must be agreed by 31 March 2018 and vehicle must be registered by 30 September 2018

For full details of the 2018 Ford van scrappage scheme click here

LDV van scrappage 2018

LDV is offering a flat rate of £8,500 off the entire V80 range – making an already budget-priced product even cheaper.

However, the deadline is the end of January, and the V80 only meets Euro 5 emissions regulations – whereas every other manufacturer is using scrappage to promote sales of cleaner Euro 6 engines.

  • LDV van scrappage discount: £8,500
  • Vehicles included: entire V80 diesel range
  • Vehicles excluded: EV80 electric van
  • Qualifying trade-in vehicles: must have been registered by 1 January 2011, and be Euro 4 emissions compliant or older
  • LDV van scrappage scheme end date: 31 January 2018

For full details of the 2018 LDV van scrappage scheme click here

VW van scrappage scheme 2018

VW is offering by far the smallest van scrappage discount – it’s as little as £1,000 on some models – but its discount can be combined with other offers for bigger savings.

The trade-in vehicles will be scrapped, and they must be diesel, meeting Euro 1 to 4 emissions regulations. They can be cars or vans, but they also must have been registered to you for at least six months in order to qualify.

  • VW van scrappage discount: £1,000 - £2,000, depending on model
  • Vehicles included: Caddy, Transporter and Crafter
  • Vehicles excluded: Amarok
  • Qualifying trade-in vehicles: must have been registered before 1 January 2010, be diesel powered and meet Euro 1 to 4 emissions regulations; cars and vans allowed
  • VW van scrappage scheme end date: ordered by 31 March 2018, registered by 30 June 2018

For full details of the 2018 VW van scrappage scheme click here

2018 van scrappage scheme round up on Parkers Vans