We investigate the impact of subsidy on vehicle scrappage programs. In our study we find that increasing the subsidy motivates low-value consumers to replace earlier and higher subsidy induces high trade-in valuation consumers to postpone replacement. Moreover, ignoring consumer heterogeneity overestimates net benefits of scrappage program.
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