Audi A6 2.0TDI S-Tronic automatic - Brand New £29528  cash price (£22528 with car scrappage scheme) - carwow.co.uk
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Audi A6 2.0TDI S-Tronic automatic - Brand New £29528 cash price (£22528 with car scrappage scheme) - carwow.co.uk

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Found 8th Sep 2017
List price over £35000

Price with discount through carwow.com £29528

Further £7000 off under the 2017 car scrappage scheme

Final price £22528 cash price

You can't get this under pcp as you're using the scrappage scheme, but can get a loan from m&s bank at 2.8% APR
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Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not everyone will have an eligible car to scrap.

Not sure I agree with the loan - if you can't afford it, don't buy it
donslibi1 h, 23 m ago

Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not …Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not everyone will have an eligible car to scrap.Not sure I agree with the loan - if you can't afford it, don't buy it


If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought your house with a suitcase full of cash that you had without needing to borrow it.
Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now
samscott12 m ago

Any diesel car registered before 31st Dec 2009, which you've owned for 6 …Any diesel car registered before 31st Dec 2009, which you've owned for 6 months or more. The cars are actually scrapped unlike other manufacturers so environmentally it's a good move.


Scrapping a perfectly good 2009 car is not environmentally a good move. If anyone saw the amount of resources used to make a new car you would realise it actually makes more environmental sense to properly maintain and keep a car on the road for longer. Granted older diesels and pre-cat petrol models would be the exception. But a 2006-2009 diesel will likely have DPFS etc
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I'm tempted to buy this deal
Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not everyone will have an eligible car to scrap.

Not sure I agree with the loan - if you can't afford it, don't buy it
This post is misleading to say the least

What car do you need to trade in to get the 7k?
Edited by: "jameswalker457" 8th Sep 2017
donslibi1 h, 23 m ago

Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not …Good price, but worth showing price before scrappage in title as not everyone will have an eligible car to scrap.Not sure I agree with the loan - if you can't afford it, don't buy it


If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought your house with a suitcase full of cash that you had without needing to borrow it.
Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now
Excellent price although worth saying a new A6 is due to be launched imminently so residuals will take a knock hence why the deeper discount. The deal is more for the scrappage allowance that not everyone will get.
The scrappage scheme usually replaces any other offers, so I doubt you would get £5k discount and then a further £7k off - it's more likely you would get £7k INSTEAD of £5k.
The cash price is already more than £5k less than RRP, so the cash price discount is already there. There might be a further deposit contribution to be had by taking up PCP with Audi finance. Haven't looked into it to know, but it is quite likely.
Surely the Audi scrappage scheme is only available for cars purchased directly through Audi?
I may be wrong of course, but here is the link which mentions it replacing all other offers;

audi.co.uk/own…tml

It looks to me like any available discounts are topped up by a further £2000.
japes3 m ago

Surely the Audi scrappage scheme is only available for cars purchased …Surely the Audi scrappage scheme is only available for cars purchased directly through Audi?


You are buying it from Audi through their dealer network so the discounts apply.
Think you'll find you can't have both discounts, all scrappage deals are exempt from other retail offers so you'd lose any deposit contributions/ registration bonuses if you go down that route. And I'm sure they don't have £5500 pure chassis margin to give away even through Carwow
jameswalker4571 h, 29 m ago

This post is misleading to say the leastWhat car do you need to trade in …This post is misleading to say the leastWhat car do you need to trade in to get the 7k?

Any diesel car registered before 31st Dec 2009, which you've owned for 6 months or more. The cars are actually scrapped unlike other manufacturers so environmentally it's a good move.
Good deal but as soon as the government turns the screws again on diesel and looks at Euro 6 cars value will drop like a stone. Hopefully will get enough use prior though. If anyone one is set on a diesl might be better to pcp or lease that way you have options to get out at the end. Just my opinion and sure it wont be that of everyone
Similar discounts at car file, their page talks about the scrap page in more details.


SCRAPPAGE CUSTOMERS!
AUDI HAVE ANNOUNCED A SCRAPPAGE ALLOWANCE OF £7000 ON THE AUDI A6 RANGE. THIS IS AVAILABLE ON CASH DEALS. IF YOU HAVE SCRAPPAGE AND WANT AUDI FINANCE THEN THATS IS FINE BUT THERE WILL BE NO DEPOSIT CONTRIBUTION AVAILABLE.
ukbootlegs201544 m ago

Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now


This is a Euro-6 Diesel, why wouldn't you buy it? Still plenty of people who do high mileage and would save money over a petrol.
BTW hot for not being a lease deal that this site is riddled with.
ukbootlegs201548 m ago

Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now



adsthompson10 m ago

Good deal but as soon as the government turns the screws again on diesel …Good deal but as soon as the government turns the screws again on diesel and looks at Euro 6 cars value will drop like a stone. Hopefully will get enough use prior though. If anyone one is set on a diesl might be better to pcp or lease that way you have options to get out at the end. Just my opinion and sure it wont be that of everyone



What's wrong with Diesel?
The government is bonkers going after Diesel.
Don't diesel vehicles have lower emissions hence the lower VED? I guess they're missing that money.
Are they going to start scrapping all HGV's too?

Madness.
samscott12 m ago

Any diesel car registered before 31st Dec 2009, which you've owned for 6 …Any diesel car registered before 31st Dec 2009, which you've owned for 6 months or more. The cars are actually scrapped unlike other manufacturers so environmentally it's a good move.


Scrapping a perfectly good 2009 car is not environmentally a good move. If anyone saw the amount of resources used to make a new car you would realise it actually makes more environmental sense to properly maintain and keep a car on the road for longer. Granted older diesels and pre-cat petrol models would be the exception. But a 2006-2009 diesel will likely have DPFS etc
ukbootlegs201551 m ago

Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now


You mean own a diesel. One would certainly lease one.
FireOnAWire2 m ago

What's wrong with Diesel?The government is bonkers going after …What's wrong with Diesel?The government is bonkers going after Diesel.Don't diesel vehicles have lower emissions hence the lower VED? I guess they're missing that money. Are they going to start scrapping all HGV's too?Madness.


Even more madness when u learn that new GDI engines (Gasoline Direct Injection - AKA small turbo petrols) emit more particulates than an old diesel.

The government are trying to keep that information very quiet though.
Would you get £7k off even if it's a 2007 registration
monkeyhanger751 h, 11 m ago

If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought …If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought your house with a suitcase full of cash that you had without needing to borrow it.

Not the same. House is an investment and a new car is the opposite
118luke21 m ago

This is a Euro-6 Diesel, why wouldn't you buy it? Still plenty of people …This is a Euro-6 Diesel, why wouldn't you buy it? Still plenty of people who do high mileage and would save money over a petrol.


As long as you do the mileage that warrants a diesel, i.e. 15k miles or above.
I bought my first diesel car last year and love the fact that I fill it up every other week rather than every week with the previous petrol engined cars.

Will they be offering a scrappage scheme for pre 31st December 2009, HGV's, Taxicabs, Aircraft and Ships?
ukbootlegs20151 h, 8 m ago

Not sure why anyone would buy diesel now

​What a daft thing to say.
118luke17 m ago

Even more madness when u learn that new GDI engines (Gasoline Direct …Even more madness when u learn that new GDI engines (Gasoline Direct Injection - AKA small turbo petrols) emit more particulates than an old diesel. The government are trying to keep that information very quiet though.


Enlighten us on the percentage of people who prioritise environmental concerns as their number one reason for buying a car please.
gtd652 m ago

I bought my first diesel car last year and love the fact that I fill it up …I bought my first diesel car last year and love the fact that I fill it up every other week rather than every week with the previous petrol engined cars.Will they be offering a scrappage scheme for pre 31st December 2009, HGV's, Taxicabs, Aircraft and Ships?



It's not a scrappage scheme, merely a manufacturer 'scrappage deal', which is actually nothing more than a standard discount that one can probably beat with a better discount by buying via a good broker such as drivethedeal.com/. The only way a scrappage deal offers a genuine benefit over and above a discount is if it is supported with funding from the government. This deal isn't that.
I didn't know about the car scrappage scheme. Is it for all cars,
118luke27 m ago

BTW hot for not being a lease deal that this site is riddled with.



so if you could lease it for £100 a month it wouldn't be any use to you haha. Youd rather throw down 22k in a lump sum MAGIC
monkeyhanger751 h, 22 m ago

If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought …If you can afford the loan payments then why not? I presume you bought your house with a suitcase full of cash that you had without needing to borrow it.


How many cars have you purchased that have increased in value beyond the interest paid to purchase it? Or at least broken even?
118luke49 m ago

This is a Euro-6 Diesel, why wouldn't you buy it? Still plenty of people …This is a Euro-6 Diesel, why wouldn't you buy it? Still plenty of people who do high mileage and would save money over a petrol.



I thought the government were going to tax diesel owners more. I might well be wrong. I own a diesel and thought when the time is up, I'd replace it with petrol.

If I am wrong, I apologise. No offence to anyone here meant.
aizeewizzy26 m ago

​What a daft thing to say.



Why? I thought we were being penalised now for diesel cars by the powers that be.
m5rcc44 m ago

You mean own a diesel. One would certainly lease one.



I own a diesel
118luke43 m ago

Even more madness when u learn that new GDI engines (Gasoline Direct …Even more madness when u learn that new GDI engines (Gasoline Direct Injection - AKA small turbo petrols) emit more particulates than an old diesel. The government are trying to keep that information very quiet though.


Please enlighten us, I'd genuinely like to know how this is so
Kirrun12138 m ago

Would you get £7k off even if it's a 2007 registration



"Under the programme, you’ll qualify for the scrappage incentive contribution towards a new Audi if your current car is a Euro 1 (EU1) to Euro 4 (EU4) emission standard diesel passenger car, first registered before 2010. You can check the first registration date of your car here. Alternatively, feel free to contact your local Audi Centre to find out more.

Your current car doesn’t have to be an Audi, but please note the scrappage incentive is not available in conjunction with any other offers."


&& the discount you receive is based on the model you're buying, not the model/value of the car you're scrapping.

"Contributions are available on selected new, EU6-compliant cars in the Audi range, except the A8, Q7 TDI, R8 and RS models. Below is a list of Audi models in the programme, and the contribution you can receive towards it:

ModelScrappage Incentive (incl VAT)Q2:£2,000A1:£2,800A3 / Q3 / TT / Q5:£4,000A3 e-tron:£5,000A4 / A5:£6,000A6 / A7:£7,000Q7 e-tron:£8,000"
Facelift A6 coming out soon.
You have to have owned the diesel car you are scrapping for 6 months I believe.
mistr00915 m ago

Please enlighten us, I'd genuinely like to know how this is so


I did read one report on it, but 118luke conveniently forgets and/or ignores that even though petrol engines are less efficient than diesel engines and emit more carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons, diesel engines produce more nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, black smoke and particles - that is associated with poor urban air quality.
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