The end of the Government Scrappage Scheme needn't mean the end of great value motoring as Perodua introduce a generous new £1,000 Swappage Allowance offer when purchasing a Perodua Myvi or Perodua Kenari, which means that customers can buy a new Perodua from as little as £5,799.
Even better news is that anybody can qualify as there are no restrictions to the age or condition of the vehicle to be exchanged. Some customers may not have been lucky enough to qualify for the Government Scrappage Scheme due to the strict criteria, or perhaps just missed out as the scheme was coming to a close, so Perodua have decided to keep it simple by allowing anybody with a vehicle to take advantage of this fantastic new offer, which will provide a minimum trade-in of £1,000.
Just £5,799 will allow customers to purchase a new Perodua Kenari which has electric front windows, central locking, power steering and metallic paintwork all as standard. However those people looking for low cost motoring with a higher specification should look no further than the Perodua Myvi.
From only £6,799, the popular Perodua Myvi super-mini offers a host of features such as electric windows, air conditioning, electric door mirrors, central locking, integral radio/CD player and power steering all as standard. In addition to this, the Perodua Myvi has body coloured bumpers, door handles and mirrors with integral indicators and is available in a choice of exciting free metallic paint and high gloss finishes giving it the stylish appearance that today's motorists desire.
Those customers who do not have a vehicle to trade-in under the new Perodua Swappage Allowance offer should contact their local dealer as there are also a number of fantastic dealer offers available.
With the introduction of this generous new offer, there has never been a better time to consider a new Perodua.
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