Motability even better value in 2011

Motability, the car scheme for disabled people, has introduced details of its latest price list. Featuring a range of cars that are new to the scheme from a variety of leading manufacturers, the price list also sees a reduction in advance payment on a large selection of vehicles.

As of 1 January 2011 disabled customers and their families have an even wider choice of cars at no Advance Payment. That means buyers can drive away in a number of vehicles without any up front costs. Vehicles now available with no Advance Payment include the Toyota Yaris 1.33 TR, Nissan Note 1.6 N-TEC and the Volkswagen Polo 1.2TDI 75 SE.

There are further price reduction highlights too, including:

No Advance Payment – Ford Focus 1.6 100 Zetec with rear parking sensors
£99 Advance Payment – Nissan Qashqai 1.6 Acenta
£199 Advance Payment – Vauxhall Zafira 1.7CDTi Exclusiv with front and rear parking sensors
£395 Advance Payment – Ford C-MAX 1.6 105 Zetec with rear parking sensors
£249 Advance Payment – Volkswagen Golf 1.2 TSI 105 S
£399 Advance Payment – Vauxhall Insignia 2.0CDTi Exclusiv
£495 Advance Payment – Renault Grand Scenic 1.5dCi 110 Expression EDC

Those with a keen eye on running costs and environmental responsibility have a greater choice too, with a number of models with low C02 emissions now available with no Advance Payment, such as the low emission Renault Megane 1.5dCi 110 Expression (109g/km), Citroën DS3 1.6 HDi Dstyle, (99g/km) and the SEAT Leon 1.6TDI 105 S Emocion (109g/km)

Mike Betts, chief executive, Motability Operations explains:

“Keeping a close eye on spending has never been more important and offering great prices that allow customers to enjoy a car that‘s right for them, is a key aim for Motability. The new price list features an impressive range of stylish cars and green options including a large selection that require no upfront payment.”

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