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Ford announce vehicle scrappage scheme to get dirtier vehicles off the roads

Ford has announced a vehicle scrappage scheme in the UK in an effort to get dirtier / polluting vehicles off the roads and boost its sales.

Other motor manufacturers, including Vauxhall and BMW, have launched scrappage schemes this year however Ford’s is unusual as it is allowing customers to trade in cars of any brand for at least £2,000.

Any vehicle registered before the end of 2009 with a pre-Euro V standard engine is eligible for the scheme.

Ford have said that scrappage schemes, such as their own, can take hundreds of thousands of polluting vehicles off of the roads, trading them with models using the latest Euro VI standards engines which emit 80% - 90% less NOx and particulates.

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