Friday 8th - Sunday 10th September

Save Up To £7,000*

On a new Ford Commercial Vechile when you trade in your old vehicle if it was registered before 31st December 2009!

Book Your Appointment Today

This weekend the Ford Scrappage Scheme comes to Hartwell Ford and you can save up to £7,000!

If you’re looking to buy a new van to replace a very old model, then the Hartwell Ford Scrappage Weekend is perfect for you!

That’s right, for a limited period only we will guarantee you between £2,000 & £7,000 for your old vehicle, regardless of its age, condition and mileage.

Simply drive (or tow!) your old vehicle to your nearest Hartwell Ford Dealership and we’ll give you up to £7,000 to be used against the cost of a brand new 67 Reg Ford. With already outstanding value on all our new vans now is the best time to upgrade to a new model with Hartwell Ford!

We anticipate interest to be extremely high in this event. So we urge you call your nearest Hartwell Ford retailer to book your appointment and avoid missing out.

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Terms and Conditions

*If you trade in any Car or Commercial Vehicle that was registered up to and including 31st December 2009 you can receive between £3,650 and £7,000 (Excl. VAT) Scrappage saving off the Recommended Retail Price of a New Ford Commercial Vehicle. Offer available on Transit Courier; Transit Connect (Excl. Base); Transit Custom; Tourneo Custom and Transit models only. New Ford Commercial Vehicles must be contracted between 21st August and 31st December 2017 (the “Contract Date”) and registered between 1st September and 31st December 2017. Scrappage vehicle must have been registered to the customer for at least 90 days before the customer’s Contract Date. Customer savings of £3,650 to £7,000 (Excl. VAT) available dependent on model line. Offer not available in conjunction with any other customer saving programme. Available to retail customers only (Excl. Privilege and Ambassador). Participating dealers only.For more information please see