New Fiat 500

Fiat scrappage scheme cuts 500 price to £9,490

New Fiat 500

Fiat is the latest car maker to roll out a scrappage scheme in its dealers. The Fiat Scrappage Bonus scheme offers savings of up to £3,500 on a Fiat model – including up to £2,125 off the price of a Fiat 500 Pop. This chips the cost of a 1.2 Pop to £9,490.

A £2,500 incentive is offered on all Fiat 500X, the archaic Punto has £3,500 off (yes, they are still selling it) and the sporty Fiat Spider 124 has a £3,000 scrappage saving. Even the value-priced Fiat Tipo family hatch has a discount of up to £1,500.

Trade-in old cars must be Euro 1-4 compliant, registered before 31 December 2009: they can be either petrol or diesel, and the buyer must have owned the car for at least 180 days.

The offer also includes Abarth, Jeep and Alfa Romeo models; £3,500 is offered on the Jeep Renegade and a massive £5,300 is available on all but base-model Giulietta. Even the new Giulia comes with £3,250 off, provided buyers don’t want either the base model or range-topping Quadrifoglio.

The scheme only runs for a month, finishing on 30 September 2017 – although owners have until 31 December to register a car. So even if a car isn’t in stock, buyers can order now, take advantage of the offer and then wait for their model to be built.

Model Series Total Car Scrappage Bonus
Fiat 500 Pop Up to £2,125
Fiat 500X All £2,500
Fiat 500L All Up to £3,500
Panda All (excl. Pop) £2,000
Tipo All Up to £1,500
Punto All £3,500
Fiat Spider 124 All £3,000


Abarth Spider All Up to £3,000
Abarth 595 All £1,095


Jeep Renegade All £3,500


Alfa Mito All (excl. entry model) £2,500
Alfa Giulietta All (excl. entry model) Up to £5,300
Alfa Giulia All models (excl. entry version & Quadrifoglio) £3,250