Ford and Honda have delayed the start of their involvement in the UK car scrappage scheme, saying there are a number of matters still to be resolved.
Ford has suspended deliveries of vehicles to dealers, while Honda has told its dealers not to register any cars under the scheme.
Both carmakers have expressed concerns about the VAT arrangements.
Cars that are more than 10 years old can now be scrapped in return for a £2,000 discount on a new model.
Both manufacturers have said they remain committed to the scheme, with Ford saying it was confident it could begin sales “within a few days”. Full story…
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