Saving includes a £500 contribution from Heritage ŠKODA.

Plus receive 2 free services^ when you purchase with Solutions PCP 5.9% APR Representative.

Hurry, offer ends April 2nd 2018!

Yes, it’s true, Skoda have launched a scrappage scheme to help you trade in your old diesel car and drive away in a new Skoda Petrol or Diesel with savings up to £4,000, plus Heritage Skoda are contributing an additional £500 across all models, taking the maximum saving available to £4,500.

There’s never been a better time to upgrade your current vehicle and at Heritage Skoda we want to guide you through the whole process every step of the way, and the best news is you don’t have to be driving a Skoda to benefit.

What is it?

Put simply, it’s a cash incentive for owners of older diesel cars, of any make, who upgrade to a new Skoda that’s more efficient in fuel consumption and has lower emissions.

What can I get?

A contribution from £2,000 to £4,000 from Skoda with an additional £500 contribution from Heritage Skoda

Plus 2 free services^ when purchased with Solutions PCP 5.9% APR Representative

Under the scheme, you’ll qualify for the scrappage incentive contribution towards a new Skoda if your current car is a Euro 1 (EU1) to Euro 4 (EU4) emission standard diesel passenger car, first registered before 2010. You can check the first registration date of your car here. Even better, contact us below to find out more.

What do you need to do?

Simply drive (or tow!) your old vehicle to us and let us give you the best Scrappage Upgrade Savings we have available on many of our latest Euro 6 petrol and diesel cars.

Model SKODA Scrappage Saving Heritage Scrappage Saving Total Scrappage Saving
Citigo £1,500 £500 £2,000
Fabia £2,500 £500 £3,000
Rapid £3,000 £500 £3,500
Rapid Spaceback        £3,000 £500 £3,500
New Octavia £3,500 £500 £4,000
Superb £4,000 £500 £4,500
Yeti £3,500 £500 £4,000

Don’t miss your chance to upgrade and save with Heritage Skoda and remember, your current car doesn’t have to be a Skoda.

Please note

* The ŠKODA scrappage incentive offer is available on any make or model Euro 1-4 diesel vehicle first registered in the UK before 2010 when traded-in against a new retail ŠKODA ordered by 2nd April 2018. Not available in conjunction with any other offers. Applicable on all vehicles currently available to order excluding Kodiaq, Karoq, SE Technology and Citigo S trims. The scrappage incentive is the guaranteed part-exchange value. The trade-in diesel must have been registered in the owner’s name for at least the last six months. To check date of first registration visit To check Euro 1-4 status visit and conditions apply. Contact your local ŠKODA retailer for more information.

The scrappage incentive varies by model. Models shown are ŠKODA Citigo (scrappage incentive of £2,000), ŠKODA Fabia (scrappage incentive of £3,000), ŠKODA Rapid (scrappage incentive of £3,500), ŠKODA Rapid Spaceback (scrappage incentive of £3,500), ŠKODA Octavia (scrappage incentive of £4,000), ŠKODA Superb (scrappage incentive of £4,500), ŠKODA Yeti (scrappage incentive of £4,000).

^ At the end of the agreement there are three options: i) own the vehicle: pay the optional final payment; ii) return the vehicle: subject to fair wear and tear, charges may apply; or iii) replace: part-exchange the vehicle.

Available on a Solutions Personal Contract Plan when ordered by 2 April 2018 from Heritage SKODA. Offers are not available in conjunction with any other offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Finance subject to status. Terms and conditions apply. 18’s and over. Subject to availability. Accurate at time of publication [01/2017]. Freepost ŠKODA Financial Services. FREE service includes a maximum of 2 consecutive services comprising: 1 x major service & 1 x minor service. Any other work outside this service schedule is not included.

Official fuel consumption for the ŠKODA range in mpg (litres/100km): Urban 31.0 (9.1) - 72.4 (3.9); Extra Urban 44.1 (6.4) - 88.3 (3.2); Combined 38.2 (7.4) - 80.7 (3.5). CO2 emissions for the ŠKODA range are 170 - 90 g/km.

Standard EU Test figures are for comparative purposes and may not reflect real driving results.