VW Group launches new ‘eco grant’ offers

VW eGolf is included in the new eco grant offers.

VW eGolf is included in the new eco grant offers.

Volkswagen Group Ireland brands, Audi, Seat, Skoda, Volkswagen passenger cars and Volkswagen commercial vehicles have launched an attractive eco grant offer.

Owners of any diesel vehicle that complies with Euro 1-4 emissions legislation will qualify for Volkswagen Group Ireland’s EcoGrant, subject to terms and conditions, and it also will remove the older, Euro 1-4* (pre-2009 - Euro 5 ) emissions standard vehicles from the road.

They are able to trade-in the vehicle to benefit from incentives, ranging from €800 to €6,500, against a range of Audi, Seat, Skoda and Volkswagen cars and commercial vehicles if the vehicle is ordered by December 31, 2017. The trade-in vehicle needs to have been owned by the customer for at least six months.

All of the brand’s new petrol and diesel vehicles now meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards, currently the most stringent yet. There is a huge choice of models from which to choose under the offer.

In addition to Euro 6 petrol and diesel cars, there are also additional incentives for their range of plug-in hybrid and full electric vehicles too.

Lars Himmer, CEO of Volkswagen Group Ireland, says in the case of the new Volkswagen eGolf with 300km range, when combining this offer with the existing Government VRT rebate and SEAI grants for electric vehicles, there is a total of €14,000 off the full price of the car.

“And in the case of the Audi A3 e-tron, there is a total of €12,000 off the full price of the car. But what is particularly significant about EcoGrant is that we are actually going to take the qualifying vehicles off the road, with a Certificate of Destruction required to avail of the EcoGrant.”

All details of these offers, including additional financing offers are available from our Volkswagen Group retailer network, or in the coming week on the individual Group brand websites - with orders possible from September 8.

The Volkswagen Euro 6 petrol and diesel models: new Up €1,000; Polo €1,500; new Polo €1,750; new Golf €3,000; new Golf Estate €3,000; new eGolf €4,000; new Golf GTE €4,000; Golf SV €3,000; Scirocco €3,000; Beetle €3,000; Jetta €2,000; Tiguan €3,500; Touran €4,000; Passat €4,000; Passat GTE €5,000; new Arteon€4,500; and the Sharan €5,000.

The Audi Euro 6 petrol and diesel models: A1 €1,750; new Q2 €2,250; A3 €3,500; A3 Cabriolet €4,000; Q3 €4,000; TT €4,000; A4 €5,000; new A5 €5,000; new Q5 €2,000; A6 €5,500; A7 €5,500; A3 e-tron €4,500; and the Q7 e-tron €6,500.

The Seat Euro 6 petrol and diesel models: Mii €800; new Ibiza €1,500; and the Leon €2,750.

The Skoda Euro 6 petrol and diesel models: Citigo €800; Fabia €1,500; Rapid €2,500; new Octavia €2,750; Yeti €2,750; and the Superb €3,750.

The Volkswagen commercial vehicles Euro 6 petrol and diesel models: Caddy Panel Van and Caddy Life (SWB & LWB ) €2,000; Transporter panel van, Kombi and window van, Transporter Shuttle, Caravelle €4,000; and the Crafter €4,000.

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