Nissan is offering UK customers up to £2,000 plus trade-in value for their old car if it means getting them into the full-electric Leaf.
This plan is part of Nissan's recently launched 'Switch Scheme', which helps out owners of cars with pre-Euro V engines, making it easier for them to switch to something newer and a lot more eco-friendly.
Owners of eligible cars registered before the end of 2009 with a pre-Euro V engine, can trade-in their vehicles at select Nissan dealerships, where they will receive up to £5,000, plus trade-in value, off a new Nissan model, whether it's the Leaf or something else.
As previously stated, they can also receive up to £2,000 plus trade-in value off an approved-used Nissan Leaf 24kWh, boasting a driving range of up to 124 miles (200 km). A free Home Charging Unit worth £279 is also provided in the offer.
"Since 2010, Nissan has pioneered and led the charge for widespread electric vehicle adoption. As we ready to unveil the all-new Nissan LEAF, a car that will convert many more thousands of motorists to all-electric driving, we’re launching a new campaign to encourage drivers of older vehicles to make the switch to cleaner electric power," stated Nissan UK exec, Alex Smith.
"Nissan's campaign isn't just about new cars. We’re including our latest efficient conventionally-powered models, but uniquely we’re delivering an attractive trade-in offer on our stock of approved-used all-electric LEAFs."
The Nissan Switch Scheme runs from September 1st, up until the 30th and is available to UK residents only.