OK, I know this one has very limited appeal but if you fit the profile the savings are massive! It does apply to the less exotic models in the range too so if just one HUKD member benefits it's worthwhile.
Times are tough in the motor business and especially for the prestige/luxury manufacturers like our own Jaguar Land Rover. Just at the moment I'm sure your local dealer would rip your arm off to sell you one, but employees and pensioners (that's me!) of the company have exclusive deals available for themselves and their family members (it's called Employee Privilege). Definition of family member is pretty broad - runs from nephew/niece to grandson/granddaughter and includes in-laws and step/half relatives too; even common law relationships.
I've just been sent the latest prices and discounts range from just over 10% off a new Jaguar XF (still a hot product so lower discount) up to over 22% on an XJ. All Land Rovers are at a straight 20% off. In many cases that's more than the dealer's margin. Examples from the real world are Freelander from £17,099.25 (saving £4,195.75) or X-Type from £18,104.88 (saving £3,458.12). All prices on the road. I suspect you may find the dealer keen to better even these prices if he can and I assume the scrapping incentive should work but ask first.
If you have a relative (even a distant one) working for Jaguar Land Rover (the manufacturer, not a dealer) they may not know about this or may not have thought you'd be interested, so if you are please contact them. They then need to get details for you.
No, it's not an insider deal - as an ex-employee (pensioner) I know just how good these products are these days, LR especially is vastly improved on where it used to be and Jaguar quality is in the top league. I'd really like to see them doing better in these hard times.
If nothing else, lets have a bit of credit for trying to support British manufacturing!