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Any cars registered by 31 March 2021 could trade in their cars in exchange for a new car as part of a scheme launched by the Japanese car firm. Mazda said the Scrappage Scheme proposal offers customers a convenient way to purchase a new car.

The models are available with four percent APR Re[resnetaive Personal Contract Purchase or Conditional Sale on terms of up to 48 months.

One of the standout offers is up to £1,000 off the all-new fully-electric Mazda MX-30

In addition, those who purchase a new model will also receive a NewMotin wall box charger to ensure cars can be topped up at home.

Peter Allibon, Sales Director of Mazda UK said the firm’s Scrappage Scheme had become “increasingly popular”.

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He said: “The Mazda Scrappage Scheme has grown increasingly popular since its introduction in 2017.

“Not only can drivers save up to £4,000 off their new Mazda on the Incentive Scheme.

“But they will also be able to benefit from lower emissions and improved economy thanks to Mazda’s clean, efficient and award-winning Skyactiv Technology.”

Other models available on the Scrappage Scheme include the popular Mazda3 and CX-5 vehicles.

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Drivers can save £3,500 on the overall price of the unique Mazda 3 with up to a £4,000 discount on CX-5 models.

Up to a £3,000 discount is also available on Mazda’s very popular MX-5 models with another £3,000 off the Mazda3.

Drivers who take part in the Scrappage Scheme can also benefit from £3,000 off the popular Mazda 6 model when switching vehicles.

Mazda said their project also highlights the manufacturer’s commitment to significantly lowering CO2 emissions on the road.

Mr Allibon said those looking to reserve a new electric model would need to pay just £800.

He added the inclusion of extras such as the charging station adds to the “excellent value” of the Scrappage Scheme proposals.

Mr Allibon said:: “Our first all-electric Mazda heralds an exciting start to Mazda’s second century in business.

“With its distinctive styling, innovative technology, class-leading interior, driver-focused dynamics and now five-star Euro NCAP safety rating, the MX-30 is a stand out addition to the rapidly evolving EV marketplace.

“With the First Edition order book now open, those drivers who are looking to swap into an electric vehicle can reserve a model for just £800.

“The additional £1,000 saving and free NewMotion home charging installation further adds to the excellent value of this limited edition.”

Scrappage scheme deals are also available at a range of other car manufacturers such as Toyota, Hyundai and Kia. 

The Mayor of London has also introduced some incentives for drivers to scrap their cars in order to encourage road users to ditch heavily polluting cars. 

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