BMW Confirms Participation In The Scrappage Scheme

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Following the Budget announcement about the government's scrappage scheme, BMW UK has confirmed that it will participate in the programme. The government's £1,000 contribution will be matched by BMW to make a total saving of £2,000 off a new BMW or MINI.

Now a customer will be able to get behind the wheel of a new BMW 116i Sport for just £242 a month, with zero deposit. With the government scrappage payment, the matching BMW offer and an additional dealer contribution the total discount available on this model equates to £3,260. The BMW 116i has class-leading economy and low CO2 emissions and, like all other EfficientDynamic-equipped BMWs, makes excellent financial sense too. A zero to 62mph time of 9.8 seconds and output of 122hp results in a car that is also fun to drive.

BMW has a long established recycling network to ensure that scrapped cars are handled responsibly. The Authorised Treatment Facilities, operated by 'Autogreen', will ensure that these vehicles will be treated and recycled correctly.

Published 24 April 2009 Staff

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