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Latest News: Scrappage is back at Renault with up to £5000 off when you swap old for new.   With the Renault Scrappage Scheme you can save between £1000 and £5000 when you swap your old car for a new Renault. How does it work? If your vehicle was registered on or before the 31st December 2011 and you have owned it for 90 days or more, you could be eligible for our Scrappage Scheme saving towards your purchase of selected new Renault vehicles. Your new vehicle just needs to be ordered by 7th January 2019 and registered by 31st March 2019.*   Model                  Scrappage Allowance ZOE                                       £5,000 CLIO                                      £2,000 CAPTUR                                 £2,000 KADJAR                                  £3,000 KOLEOS                                  £1,000 MEGANE                                 £1,000 MEGANE SPORT TOURER     £1,000 SCENIC                                   £1,000 GRAND SCENIC                      £1,000 TWINGO                                  £1,500   > DISCOVER THE RENAULT RANGE   FIND OUT MORE AND BOOK YOUR TEST DRIVE AT MOTORVOGUE Clapham 01234 354257  Kings Lynn 01553 772644   *Scrappage offer available to private retail customers at participating dealers only, when you trade in any passenger or LCV vehicle registered by 31 December 2011. Trade in vehicle must be have been registered to the customer for at least 90 days before the order date of the new vehicle.  Alternatively, the owner of the vehicle must be able to show a direct relationship (parental, spouse or sibling) with the individual purchasing the new vehicle. Vehicles part exchanged under this scheme will be permanently destroyed. Offer cannot be used in conjunction with other national offers. Scrappage offer only available on a new Renault car when ordered by 7 January 2019 and registered by 31 March 2019. Scrappage allowance of £5000 on ZOE, £3000 on Kadjar, £2000 on Captur, £2000 on Clio, £1500 on Twingo, £1000 on Koleos, £1000 on Mégane and £1000 on Scenic.

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23rd June 2016

FCA in forefront at “Goodwood Festival of Speed 2016” : 

From 23 to 26 June, the English county of West Sussex will host one of the most prestigious events of international motor sports. Making an appearance at the happening will be several rare classic cars of the Alfa Romeo, Abarth and Fiat brands, along with the latest new FCA models, to reassert the eternal link between the icons of the past and the cars currently being produced.

FCA is taking part in the 2016 edition of the famous "Goodwood Festival of Speed" that will take place from 23 to 26 June in the English county of West Sussex. It is considered one of the most important international events dedicated to motor sports. The event, comprising the Hillclimb Race, themed shows and exhibitions of historical and current cars, annually draws a crowd of more than 150,000 fans and collectors from around the world.

Also taking part in the prestigious event are several rare classic Alfa Romeo, Abarth and Fiat vehicles from the FCA Heritage collection, the new structure that coordinates all the company's activities in the world of classic motoring. In particular, the Alfa Romeo brand is displaying models such as the Giulia TI Super (1963), 1750 GT Am (1970), 33 TT 12 (1975) and 33.3-litre Le Mans (1970), all belonging to the Alfa Romeo Historic Museum in Arese named "La macchina del tempo" (information and opening hours on the site www.museoalfaromeo.com). The line-up is completed with the legendary 124 Abarth Rally Gr. 4 (1975) and the Fiat S 61 Corsa (1908).

The classic cars will be on display at the Brooklands Paddock, and some of them will face the main attraction of the Festival of Speed, the "mixed-fast" track of the Goodwood Hillclimb. The track almost 2-kilometres long begins with a tree-lined road going through the southern corner of the Goodwood Estate, to then turn decisively in front of the Goodwood House before climbing up a fraught and narrow road enclosed by stone walls and thick forests heading toward the racetrack, which dominates on the top of the majestic South Downs. It should be noted that the difference in track height from start to finish is nearly 100 metres, and it is particularly technical and difficult, to the point of putting a strain on the skills of concentration and speed of the best drivers in the world.

Finally, these rare vehicles will be accompanied by the latest new FCA models, confirming that eternal link between the icons of the past and the vehicles currently produced by the group. On hand to represent Alfa Romeo will be the 4C Spider supercar, the brand's modern icon, and the new Giulietta and Mito which have recently been refreshed and now display a strong family feeling with the new Giulia. It is precisely the latter that will be the undisputed star of the English event - in the Super and Quadrifoglio versions - which not only makes the brand's most authentic statement, but is also a symbol of Italian technological excellence and styling.

The English event is also the perfect opportunity to get a close-up look at the latest Abarth products, ranging from the new Abarth 124 spider, a genuine roadster that guarantees all the excitement and pleasure of driving a high performance car developed by the Abarth Racing Team, to the new Abarth 595 Competizione, the evolution of the Abarth icon that has won over enthusiasts worldwide from 2008 to present. The spotlight is also trained on the new Abarth 124 Rally, a concentrate of pure technology and performance resulting from the Abarth Racing Team's experience to bring the brand back to the most glorious and demanding rally races.

A special mention goes to the fully immersive experience based on Virtual Reality technology that will allow the guests of the brand's stand to uncover every single detail of the new Abarth 124 spider. By using a dedicated tool and aided by latest generation technologies, users will be able to move around the car, open its doors, sit inside and press the accelerator pedal to savour the sound of its engine and tailpipes, all immersed in a virtual reality. They will also have the chance to configure the new Abarth 124 spider to their liking and receive the configuration by email should they want to purchase it from any Abarth dealer.

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