In keeping with the company’s commitment to greener motoring, Harris Maxus has launched its 2023 scrappage programme offering drivers the opportunity to switch to electric and save up to £14000* on a new zero-emission MAXUS vehicle with the added bonus of a free home or workplace charger. 
 
Drivers can trade-in a registered vehicle at any MAXUS dealership around the UK for money off a brand-new fully-electric MAXUS vehicle, including the brand’s award-winning e DELIVER 9 and e DELIVER 3 LCV vans, or its newest additions, the T90EV pickup and MIFA 9 MPV, which launched last year. 
 
The scheme is available from the 27th January until the 31st of August 2023, providing drivers with an opportunity to upgrade their existing vehicle while making a considerable saving on standard retail prices, such as: 
 
£14000 off an eDELIVER 9 + VAT allowance + free home or workplace charger* 
£1000 off an eDELIVER 3 (any model) + VAT allowance + free home or workplace charger* 
£1000 off a T90EV + vat allowance + Free home or workplace charger* 
£1000 off a MIFA 9 (any model) + VAT allowance + free home or workplace charger* 
 
Speaking about the scrappage programme, Mark Barrett, General Manager of Harris MAXUS said: “MAXUS recognises that it has a key role to play in accelerating the switch to electric driving. Our new scrappage scheme has been created to encourage the transition to zero emission transport, helping drivers make the switch while simultaneously removing older and higher emission vehicles from our roads. There has never been a better time to pick up a MAXUS electric vehicle, this scrappage programme is an incredible opportunity to upgrade your transportation, make the move to electric and access the latest technology and battery technology available, which in the case of the MIFA 9 offers a range of up to 323 miles (NEDC) on a single charge.” 
 
As part of this scrappage scheme, a free Indra or Easee chargepoint charger* will be provided with every vehicle purchased, offering the convenience of a home or workplace charge so drivers can save time and money on powering their vehicle battery. 
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