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Full list of manufacturers who've said they'll take part

The government has confirmed the full list of manufacturers who have signed up for the scrappage scheme so far.

They are: Allied Vehicles, Bentley, BMW, Chevrolet, Citroen, Daihatsu, FIAT, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Isuzu, Jaguar, Kia, Land Rover, London Taxis International, Mazda, Mercedes Benz, MG Motor, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Perodua, Peugeot, Porsche, Proton, Renault, Rolls Royce, SAAB, SECMA UK, Subaru, Suzuki, Toyota, Vauxhall, Volkswagen, Volvo, Koelliker UK Ltd, Iveco Ltd, Chrysler and Renault Trucks UK Ltd.

Under the terms of the deal every manufacturer must put up half the £2000 new car discount and apply it to every model in its range. The other £1000 will be paid to the government. The car being scrapped must be ten or more years old.

Click here to read the full terms of the scrappage scheme, plus the full details of the 2009 Budget

Ford has also said it will offer further discounts across its large car range, on top of the £2000, ranging from £1250 for a Ford Fusion, £2500 for a Mondeo through to £3000 for a Galaxy. This scheme will be called 'Scrappage Plus'.

BMW has confirmed it will take part and offer additional dealer discounts on selected models. A three-door BMW 116i Sport, for instance, will get an additional £1260 dealer contribution discount on top of the £2000 scrappage saving.

Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge are all participating in the scheme, but no additional discounts have been announced.

Fiat is offering additional discounts on some of its models, although exact details have yet to be published.

Kia's decision to join the scheme means that customers will be able to pick up a brand new Kia Picanto for just over £4000. With a £1000 deposit, that means the Picanto is available on Kia's finance package for just £10 per week.

Kia is also continuing to run other offers, which will put the price of a basic Kia Cee'd down to just £7995.

Mazda will continue to run its finance promotions alongside the scrappage scheme.

MG will offer the basic £2000 discount on all its models.

Mini has said it will take part in the scheme, but said the £2000 scrappage discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

Nissan has said it will sign-up, and said that it will also give a minimum trade-in of £2000 until 30 June for cars eight to ten years old if the buyer is building a British-built Micra, Note, Qashqai or Qashqai+2.

Peugeot has said it will offer additional discounts on selected models, including some from the 308, 207 and Bipper. It is also guaranteeing at least a £1000 discount to buyers who don't have a car to scrap.

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Renault has confirmed it will take part in the deal, and has added it will offer additional discounts on Twingo, Clio, Kangoo and Megane models.

Skoda is offering an additional £600 off the Fabia, £545 off the Octavia, and £500 off the Superb and Roomster, on top of the £2000 discount.

Ssangyong is offering the scrappage discount across its car and commercial vehicle range.

Suzuki is offering additional discounts on all but the entry-level Alto, which will get the base £2000 discount.

Toyota has said it will take part in the scheme, but not announced additional discounts.

Volkswagen will take part in the scheme, and said that some models – depending on specification and stock levels – will also attract additional bonuses.

Volvo has announced it will take part in the scheme and pay a deposit contribution for anyone hire purchasing low-emission C30 Drive, S40 saloon Drive and V50 Sportswagon Drive models.Mercedes has confirmed that it will take part, but has made no announcement as to whether the Smart brand will be involved.

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