New Motability Prices Q1 1st January 2016

Ford have taken an early lead in offers this Quarter with the sumptuous new Galaxy available in Titanium X with panoramic roof, leather heated seats, park assist and powered tailgate. The XC60 remains but no Honda HRV, Mazda CX3, CX5 or BMW X1.


Volkswagen Q1 Prices

Q1 prices here. Golf SV reduced by £250.  Scirocco sees reductions of up to £700 and the 181bhp engine (shared with the Golf GTD) is now available from £1999 AP. The Golf adds the ‘Match Edition’ trim with built in Sat Nav, heated seats and adaptive cruise control From £199 Advance payment, also the 1.4 petrol with 150bhp is now avaialbe in GT trim for £399 AP.




Ford Q1 Prices

Q1 prices here. The Ford Focus ST sees a £100 drop in price and now available with a built in Sat nav for £50 extra. Galaxy Titanium X now available from £1995 AP. S-Max prices reduced by £100 inTitanium trim,


NissanNissan Q1 Prices

Q1 prices here. The Nissan X-Trail sees reductions of up to £500 now starting from £399 advance payment. The Qashqai has been reduced by up to £300 and is now available without a down payment.



Mitsubishi Q1 Prices

New prices here. Mitsubishi have withdrawn the ASX this quarter and increased the entry level Outlander PHEV by £600 to £2499 Advance Payment but have added a new PHEV trim line, GX3h+ which adds heated front seats, electric preheater and air con function and a remote smartphone app, priced at £2899 Advance Payment!




Mazda Logo

Mazda Q1 Prices

Mazda do not produce printed price lists. The Mazda 3 has seen reductions in price of the super 2.2 litre diesel engine in 5 door hatchback form, the SE-L trim with built in sat nav is now available without an advance payment as a manual or only £199 as an automatic.



Kia Q1 Prices

Kia do not produce a printed price list but are clearing the way for the new Sportage in spring with reductions on the outgoing model, if you are not concerned with the latest looking car but for a £349 advance payment you can lay your hands on a 1.7  Sportage with full leather, heated seats front and rear, dual zone climate control, Xenon headlights and 18in wheels.


HyundaiQ1 Hyundai Prices

New Prices here. Price increases on the new Tucson and i20 and i30 estate, the i30 hatch and i10 remain stable.


BMW_LogoQ1 BMW Prices

New BMW prices here or click on BMW logo. No X1 added to Scheme and prices and range remain as they were.





Q1 Vauxhall Prices.

View the prices here. Little change in price but confirmation of new Astra tourer. Vauxhall have also extended the cars that have Onstar, the ingenious system that gives you a 4G wifi for the car, access to a live advisor 24 hours a day and automatic crash response. Vauxhall are also adding this free for the duration of your lease and not just free for the first year. Bravo Vauxhall.




Q1 Audi Prices

Audi Prices here. All three Audi Cars on the Scheme (A1, A3 and Q3) have seen price reductions, the A1 now available without a downpayment and the A3 from only £99 up front. The Q3 sees the return of the excellent 1.4 litre petrol and the Quattro 150bhp diesel in top S-Line plus trim is the pick of the offers.



Q1 Peugeot Prices

Peugeot Price list here. The 208 has received a mid life nip and tuc, the 308 prices are reduced, the super allure trim is now from Nil advance. The enormous 508 SW (estate) has been added to the Scheme from £1999 AP, bit pricey for a 120bhp 1.6 diesel in entry level Active trim. The entry level 5008 has been reduced by £400 and is now a very competitive £299 Advance Payment.



Q1 Mini Prices

New Mini prices here. The 5 door Mini is now from Nil advance payment and the new Clubman is available from £999 Advance Payment.




Q1 Citroen Prices

New Citroen prices here. The C4 Cactus now offers an upgrade from Feel trim to Feel Edition which includes a panoramic glass roof, the semi automatic car has been reduced £150 to £145 advance Payment.




smart BR C453, 2014, StudioSmart ForFour

New to the Scheme is the funky ForFour City Car from Smart; as the name suggests there is room for four adults and each has their own door.

The price of £49.75 per week means that you will receive £7.70 per week of your mobility payment. The ForFour comes with a dual clutch automatic gearbox making the Smart the best priced automatic car on the Scheme.


Click to open the Motability Price guide

The new price guide is now available here giving a breakdown of all the Q1 prices.




Mobility car price search

The search tool is now up to date, click on the logo or here to be taken there, be sure to pop back and join in the discussion.





New Motability Prices

New Prices (Winter) released 1st January 2016

Friday 1st January 2016 will see the release of the Quarter 1 (Winter) Motability prices. Please post your comments and ask questions at the bottom of the page as we are all here to help each other. We are fortunate to have some regular contributors, that we really value, who are kind enough to impart their knowledge. The Quarter 1 (Winter) price period is from January 1st and runs through to 31st March 2016.

Due to the New Year Bank Holidays we expect a delay in Manufacturers printed literature and these will come through from Monday 4th January we will post them here as soon as they become available. The Motability search will be updated from the 1st January.


From 1st January we will update you on all the movements (up and down) on this page, we will continue to post the War Pension (WPMS) prices alongside the DLA/PIP prices. WPMS weekly payments are presently £64.15 compared to £57.45 for DLA/PIP therefore these prices are generally £1000 less than those of DLA/PIP.  Even with this extra award there are no more cars available to War Pensioners. Every movement up or down on the previous price can be tracked with our little arrows. means the price has increased (if you place your mouse on the arrow you can see by how much the price has increased) and if the price has decreased you will see a green arrow Price reduced from previous quarter price or is there is no change in price the arrows will be side by side .

What may happen?

Volvo XC60 motability car frontVolvo XC60

The XC60 has been on the Scheme for two quarters, while we hope it remains available for Q1 2016 the orders have been flowing for Volvo and the order book is filling up, customers are now being quoted over four months for delivery, could this be the end for the big Volvo? We do hope not.



Honda HRV Motability car

Honda HRV

The Honda HRV has been on sale since September and picking up awards and 5 star reviews from the Motoring press ever since. This is top of our wish list for Q1 2016



Mazda CX-3 motability car

Mazda CX-3

The super Mazda CX-3 is yet to make an appearance on the Scheme and has been available to buy since June, it is overdue its debut and will be a popular and most welcome addition.



BMW X1 Motability car


The new X1 is sportier, lighter by up to 135kg and has more room due to the engine being turned by 90 degrees and changing from rear to front wheel drive. It is over the £25k price at retail but would make a most welcome addition.



Mini Clubman Motability Car - 1

Mini Clubman

The multi doored Mini with is extra height and obvious loading advantages and a super collection of engines will make an kooky alternative for the SUV customer.