Consumers will be given £2,000 off new Ford models ranging in price from about £12,000 to more than £20,000. FORD is the latest car company to launch an incentive for UK consumers to trade in cars over seven years old, by offering £2,000 off some new models. Unlike schemes by BMW and Mercedes, which are only for diesels, Ford will also accept petrol cars. Ford said all of the part-exchanged vehicles will be scrapped, having an immediate effect on air quality. Campaigners said it was a step in the right direction but the government had to do more. ‘Part of a journey’ Speaking on the BBC’s Today programme, Andy Barratt, chairman and managing director of Ford of…