6,000 Euro environmental bonus+ for older MINI – and BMW-Diesel

As expected, the BMW Group is involved with an environmental premium in the amount of 6,000 euros to the “concept for clean air and the securing of personal mobility in our cities” by the Federal government. The premiums are intended to contribute to the drivers of older Diesel Cars to exchange their vehicles for a clean new car. So vehicles come with a from today’s point of view, not optimal exhaust gas cleaning of the road and be replaced by more modern cars.

The new BMW environmental premium+ the amount of 6,000 euros, is aimed at many of the driver of a MINI – or BMW Diesel with exhaust gas standard Euro 4 or Euro 5, the vehicle is registered for at least 12 months. Also, you must live in one of the 14 of the Federal government-defined regions of cities, in which a great deal of for better air is to be done. It shall apply from 1. October 2018 until the end of 2019, also retroactively for yesterday or today completion of the acquisition or leasing contracts. The buyer of a “young Used” with the Euro 6 exhaust standard, electric or Plug-in Hybrid drive can take advantage of the environmental premium+ the amount of 4,500 Euro.

The new environmental premium+ is explicitly not with other actions, such as the BMW eco-bonus deducted, but shall apply in addition. In this way, substantial discounts arise in some cases: anyone Who donates an older Diesel and a BMW i3 acquires, and can receive, in addition to 2,000 euros of state support, and a 2,000-Euro BMW-funding of 6,000 Euro environmental bonus+ and the purchase price as a full 10,000 euros reduce. For qualified Plug-in Hybrid, there is also considerable 9.000 Euro discount.

Who is not in one of the 14 defined regions of cities lives on, unchanged, from the well-known BMW eco premium benefit. Here there are 2,000 euros for the acquisition of a qualified new car, and at least 1,500 euros when buying a young Used or presenter. Environmental premium+ and ‘environmental premium’ are not combinable.

The 14 of the Federal government-defined regions of cities are Backnang, Bochum, Darmstadt, Düren, Düsseldorf, Hamburg, Heilbronn, Kiel, Köln, Limburg a. d. Lahn, Ludwigsburg, Munich, Reutlingen and Stuttgart. Here, the EU will be exceeded-air quality value is particularly evident, which is why a renewal of the vehicle fleet should be strongly supported.

Harald Krüger (Chairman of the Board of BMW AG): “With the environmental premium+ the BMW Group we create additional incentives to improve the quality of the air in the of the Federal government, particularly with nitrogen oxide-defined urban regions, and at the same time ensuring the mobility of our customers. We take responsibility and are committed to the common goal of all parties Involved: We want to avoid driving bans in German cities.”

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