Volkswagen recognise that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our times. With transport accounting for 14% of global CO2 emissions, it is imperative that we begin the reduction of CO2 emissions from vehicles on Irish roads. This transformation can begin by replacing older, higher-emitting vehicles with new, more efficient engines.
The Volkswagen Climate Action Grant is our way of helping replace older cars currently on Irish roads with newer, more environmentally friendly Volkswagen models - including plug-in hybrid, fully- electric, petrol or efficient diesel engines. It promotes the changeover to climate- and health-compatible mobility on Ireland's roads by reducing the cost-to-change to a lower emissions or zero-emissions car.
If you are currently driving a Euro 1 - 4 emissions standard passenger car, and would like to replace it with a more environmentally friendly model, we'll give you a Volkswagen Climate Action Grant of up to €5,000 against the purchase of a new Volkswagen model.
Better yet, we will accept Euro 1 - 4 emissions standard passenger cars from any manufacturer for this offer.
To check if your car is qualifies for the Volkswagen Climate Grant click here or call into any of our dealerships .
Terms and Conditions
This offer is available to retail customers with orders submitted from 9th October 2019 until 31st December 2019. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with other existing 201 Volkswagen offers. Registration of qualifying must be before 30th June 2020. The Volkswagen Climate Action Grant is available for owners of all makes of cars and not restricted to Volkswagen owners. Vehicles being scrapped must have been registered in the name of the purchaser of the new car for at least 6 months prior to the date of registration of the new car. Qualifying trade in vehicles must be scrapped within 60 days (before or after new vehicle registration date). This offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. This offer does not apply to fleet sales or commercial vehicles