Perodua Joins The Scrappage Scheme

The Perodua Myvi

Perodua Myvi (2009)

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Perodua is delighted to announce that it has joined the Government Scrappage Scheme. The £2,000 allowance, which is jointly funded by Perodua and the Government, provides eligible customers with an opportunity to upgrade their current vehicle to a new Perodua from as little as £4,499.

To qualify for the Government Scrappage Scheme, customers must trade in a car or commercial vehicle up to 3.5 tonnes which was registered in the UK on or before 31st August 1999. The customer must have owned the vehicle for at least 12 months and have a UK address. The trade-in vehicle must be taxed and insured at the point of order, have a valid MOT certificate, have no outstanding finance and must not be an insurance write off. The new vehicle must be registered in the same name and address as the vehicle being scrapped.

The introduction of the Government Scrappage Scheme provides Perodua customers with even better value. Eligible customers can purchase a Perodua Kenari GX (manual) for only £4,499. The Perodua Kenari mini-MPV has power steering, central locking, electric front windows and metallic paintwork all as standard.

For a little extra money, customers can choose the stylish Perodua Myvi super-mini which has an impressive high standard specification from only £5,599. With air conditioning, power steering, four electric windows, electric mirrors, central locking, fully integrated radio/CD player, dual airbags and ABS/EBD all as standard, the Perodua Myvi has all the important features you would expect from a new car. Inside, the Perodua Myvi is extremely spacious and can comfortably seat five adults. Externally, the Perodua Myvi has body coloured bumpers, door handles and mirrors with integral indicators and is available in a choice of free metallic paint and high gloss finishes.

To take advantage of the £2,000 discount, customers should visit a participating Perodua dealer with their vehicle and the required documents which include identification, the MOT certificate and the vehicle's V5C. The Perodua dealer will then check that the vehicle is eligible, arrange all necessary paperwork and destruction of the old vehicle via an Authorised Treatment Facility.

For those customers who are not eligible for the Government Scrappage Scheme, Perodua are still offering a fabulous £1,000 cash back on the Perodua Myvi and Perodua Kenari models.

Published 11 June 2009 Staff

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