Nissan launches scrappage scheme to encourage switch to EVs

Michael Holder
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The Nissan LEAF is the UK's highest selling EV | Credit: Nissan
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The Nissan LEAF is the UK's highest selling EV | Credit: Nissan

LEAF manufacturer becomes latest car firm to offer cash incentive to trade in polluting vehicles - but this time fully electric cars are on offer

Following in the footsteps of Ford and Toyota, Nissan has today become the latest carmaker to launch a car scrappage schemes to help drive polluting vehicles off the roads. But it is the first carmaker...

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