New Motability Prices Q1 2020

New Quarter 1 2020 Motability Prices

Full Search on the Motability website, presently 1st January 1968 vehicles, expect this to increase by 100 or so by the end of January.

New Cars for January 1st 2020


T6.1 Transporter Shuttle

2.0 TDI 110PS five-speed S SWB £2,699.00
2.0 TDI 110PS five-speed SE SWB £3,199.00
2.0 TDI 150PS seven-speed DSG SE SWB £4,699.00
2.0 TDI 110PS seven-speed DSG S LWB £4,799.00
2.0 TDI 150PS seven-speed DSG SE LWB £5,449.00


Audi A4

The Audi A4 Saloon returns to the Motability Scheme with two models; the Black Edition 35 TFSI manual, and the Black Edition 35 TFSI automatic (S Tronic). Prices start at £2999 manual and £3749 Automatic, 2.0 litre petrol with 148bhp 0-62 in 8.6 seconds. Leather seats, 19 inch alloys, flat-bottomed 3-spoke leather multifunctional steering wheel, 3-zone climate control, Audi Virtual Cockpit, LED headlights, cruise control with speed limiter.




The MG HS is the new replacement the GS, it is developed in Longbridge and built in China and boasts a 450 litre boot and room for five adults. Powered by a 1.5 litre petrol, six speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch automatic, that produces good power at 160 bhp (0-62 in 9-9 seconds) but the fuel economy is a tad disappointing at 37.2 miles per gallon.  Two trims, Excite and Exclusive both well equipped but the Exclusive has nice touches such as reversing camera, LED headlights and a panoramic glass roof. Prices for the manual car are Nil in Excite and £799 in Exclusive and as an auto £199 and £999 Advance Payment for the two trims.

Cars Removed:

Alfa Romeo Giulia, Mazda CX-3, Kia Optima, Vauxhall Mokka, Mercedes C Class, BMW Active Tourer PHEV, Peugeot 2008 (new version coming February)


Best offers:

Prices have risen across the board, Q1 has not been pretty but there are some exceptions:

Mitsibushi Outlaner PHEV, reduced by £2050 to £1699 AP

Hyundai Electric Ioniq Reduced by £1000 to £749 AP

More to follow….



DS Q1 Pricelist

The new DS prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.



Citroen Q1 Prices

The new Citroen prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.



Seat Q1 Prices

The new Seat prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.



Volkswagen Q1 Prices

The new VW prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.



Mini Q1 Prices

The new Mini prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.



Nissan Q1 Prices

The new Nissan prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Logo or here.


Suzuki Q1 Prices

The new Suzuki prices  can be viewed by clicking on the  Logo or here.



BMW Q1 Prices

The new BMW prices can be viewed by clicking on the BMW Logo or here.



Toyota Q1 Prices

The new Toyota prices can be viewed by clicking on the Toyota Logo or here.



Renault Q1 Prices

Click here to go to the Renault page with the Q1 prices

Don’t download the price list as this is from Q2 2019


Peugeot Q1 Prices

An eagle eyed Forum member posted the new Peugeot prices which can be viewed by clicking on the Peugeot Logo or here. The 20th February will see the launch of the delightful Peugeot 2008.


Ford Q1 Prices

The new Ford prices can be viewed by clicking on the Ford Logo or here.


More to follow…….

New Motability Prices

The new Motability prices will be published on Wednesday January 1st 2020. Quarter 1 (Winter) prices run from 1st January through to March 31st 2020. We will post all information as it comes to us on this page. We will update you on all the movements (up and down) on this page. Every movement 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 if there is no change in price the arrows are side by side . We will continue to post the War Pension (WPMS) prices alongside the DLA/PIP/AFIP prices.  Advance Payments for WPMS are around presently £1085 less than those of DLA/PIP/AFIP.  Even with this extra award there are no additional vehicles available to War Pensioners.


Cashback and offers

Motability do not allow discounting, the Advance Payment prices have been negotiated with the Manufacturer, the dealership receive a (small) payment from Motability for handling a sale. The prices are set, there is no negotiation possible on the Advance Payment price that Motability receive, there is however the opportunity for the Dealership to contribute to the payment and this will be advertised as a cashback or dealer contribution.

We will wade through the Q1 offers from Dealerships, separating the wheat from the chaff, posting all the genuine discounts avaialble.


Quarter 4 2019 review

There has not been a busier quarter for cars being added mid quarter in our memory.

Sadly we lost two of the best cars on the Scheme, the Toyota Rav4 and Mazda CX-5

Car Joined December 14th 2019

Toyota C-HR

The Toyota Coupe High Rider (C-HR) has been updated for 2020 with new trim lines and new engines. In the UK the C-HR is now only available as a self charging hybrid, the engine choices are 1.8 or 2.0 litre petrol paired to the electric power. The power output is 120bhp and 182 bhp respectively, all cars are front wheel drive CVT automatic and the larger engine has a 0-62mph time of 8.2 seconds and returns a claimed 49.50mpg. The 2.0 litre has a larger battery back offering 32 additional bhp compared to 23 in the 1.8.


Peugeot 208 and E-208 added 10th December

Peugeot 208

The New 208 comes as a petrol, a diesel and a full electric, E-208. Sharing many of the components of the Vauxhall Corsa (chassis, engines, gearbox, electrical architecture, dimensions) the 208 has the edge on design, inside and out the little Peugeot is incredibly pleasing on the eye. The engine choices are 1.2-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol with either 75bhp, 99bhp and 128bhp, a 1.5-litre diesel with 99bhp or a 134bhp (100kW motor and a 50kWh battery 0-60mph in 7.8 seconds) BEV version offering a WLTP range of 211 miles with no loss of space as the electric motor sits under the bonnet and the batteries under the rear seats. Charging times from empty to full are 20 hours using a conventional three-pin household socket, eight hours when using a dedicated home charging point, while a 100kW fast charger will provide an 80 percent charge in 30 minutes. Trim Lines are Active, Allure, GT-Line and GT. Prices for the E-208 start at £1499 Advance Payment for either the Active or Allure, rising to £1699 for the GT line and topping out at £1999 for the GT trim only available as an E-208. The petrol and diesel cars offer a much smaller Advance Payment starting at Nil and rising through the grades to £849 AP for the Automatic 1.2 litre petrol with 128bhp.


Mazda CX-30 added 10th December

Mazda CX-30

Mazda’s new SUV, sits between the CX-3 and CX-5 for size. (Why is it not called the CX-4? The number 4 is considered unlucky in Japan) Powered by their excellent turbo less 2.0 litre petrol front wheel drive engine producing 120bhp (badged Skyactiv-G) or 178bhp (Skyactiv-X). The larger engine delivering improved fuel economy, 47.7 combined mpg compared to 45.6 for the lower powered car and an improved 0-62 time of 9.0 seconds compared to 10.2 seconds, The CX30 also incorporates a mild hybrid system but it is so mild Mazda do not make reference to it in their literature. Trim lines are SE-L , SE-L Lux, Sport Lux and GT Sport.


T-Cross added 5th December 2019

Volkswagen T-Cross

Finally the VW Polo based T-Cross is added to the Scheme, bumper retail sales and the resultant build delays have kept it off until now. Sadly as demand is high, the Advance Payment prices (starting at £1149) do not make it anything like a bargain – but if you want what is generally perceived as the best small crossover then the price is worth paying. Trim Lines are S, SE, SEL and R-Line, to have parking sensors (front and rear) you have to choose the SEL trim, equipment is excellent aside from this; 8 inch touchscreen with CarPlay / android auto alongside automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection and lane keeping assist. Two engines, a 1.0 litre three cylinder petrol, with 95 or 115 bhp (go for the 115 if you want six manual gears or a 7 speed dual clutch Automatic) or a 1.6 diesel with 95bhp with 5 manual gears or a 7 speed Auto. Prices for the 115 manual T-Cross are £1299 SE, £1699 SEL £2199 R-Line or as an Auto: £1599 SE, £1999 SEL and £2499 R-Line. Told you it was expensive!


Skoda Kamiq Joined 23rd November

Skoda Kamiq

The Skoda Kamiq is a small crossover (SUV) and the sister car to the Seat Arona and (sadly not on the Scheme) VW T-Cross. The Kamiq is largest of the three and offers a conservative looking alternative to the Nissan Juke. The 400 litre boot is 22 smaller than the Juke but the wide opening makes it a more practical solution. The 1.0 litre petrol is available with 94bhp (manual only) or 113bhp (manual or DSG Automatic). The larger 1.5 litre petrol offers a148bhp and genuine pace, 0-62 in 8.4 seconds. Two trims SE and SE L, The SE has 17 inch alloys, rear parking sensors, cruise control, wireless SmartLink for Apple Car Play (wired for Android Auto and mirrorlink) to the 8 inch Touchscreen, the SEL adds 18 inch alloy wheels ambient interior lighting, privacy glass, 9.2 inch Touchscreen and a virtual cockpit.  Prices start at Nil Advance payment, the 113bhp car starts at £195 manual and £795 Auto. The 1.5 litre cars starts at £995 manual and £1595 automatic.


New Vauxhall Corsa added November 20th

Vauxhall Corsa

The new Vauxhall Corsa is 108kg lighter, 44mm lower, 39mm longer and 19mm wider that the outgoing car. The boot capacity has increase by 24 litres to 309 litres and unlike the previous Corsa, the new car is 5 door only. Power comes in the form of a 1.2 petrol with either 74bhp, 5 speed manual only or a much better 99bhp turbo charged version with a six speed manual or 8 speed automatic, a 1.5 litre 101bhp manual diesel is also avaialble. The 99bhp petrol being the pick.  Trim lines are SE, SE Premium, SRi, Sri Premium, Elite and Ultimate with nav versions of each adding a built in Sat nav. Prices start at Nil Advance payment and the best value is £99 Advance payment for the top of the range Ultimate trim with the 8 speed Automatic paired to the 99bhp 1.2 litre petrol. The Ultimate trim includes sat nav, 10 inch touchscreen infotainment, adaptive cruise control, 17 inch alloy wheels, leather trim with electronic driver’s massage seat, LED headlights and keyless open and start.


DS3 Crossback Electric added 20th November

DS3 Crossback E-Tense (Electric)

The DS3 Crossback was designed with electrification in mind and as such the batteries are littered around the underside of the car meaning that the 350 litre boot is the same regardless of powertrain. The 50kWh battery paired to a 100kw electric motor offer a 0-62mph time of 8.9 seconds, a top speed of 93 mph and a WLTP driving range of 199 miles. The fast charging DC mode will charge from empty to 80% in 30 minutes, if you have access to a public 100kW charger, standard AC 7kW charging will take nearly 8 hours to go from empty to full. Prices start at £1999 Advance payment for the well appointed Prestige trim, for an extra £500 you can move up to the Ultra Prestige or for £2749 Advance Payment you can have the sumptuous La Premiere trim.


Ford Puma Joined Scheme 15th November

Ford Puma

The new Ford Puma is a compact crossover, similar in size to the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Mazda CX-3 and sits between the Ecosport and Kuga in the Ford stable and as with the previous Puma from the 1990’s it is based on the Ford Fiesta. The 456 litre boot is largest in class and by comparison the Ford Focus offers only 370 litres. The only engine option presently is a 1.0 litre three cylinder petrol manual booted by a mild 48v hybrid system to offer either 123bhp or 153bhp, both offer a sub 10 second 0-62 mph time, 9.8 and 8.9 seconds respectively. Economy is a claimed 67.3 mpg for the 123 car and 64.2 mpg for the larger output, realistically if you get 50 mpg you are doing well. The only trims are Titanium, ST- Line X and STLine X + with the first edition packs making them very well equipped indeed. Prices start at £545 Advance Payment for the Titanium first edition and rise to £1395 for the higher output ST Line X +.


New Nissan Juke new 26th October

Nissan Juke

Production began on 14th October in Sunderland first deliveries in Showrooms and now avaialble to order on the Scheme – good work. The 1.0 litre 3 cylinder petrol producing 115bhp will hit 62mph in 10.4 seconds and will return a claimed 45.6 miles per gallon. 422 litre boot is 20% larger and the rear seat knee room has been increased by 5.8cm and rear head room by 1.1cm.  Review video here. Prices start at Nil Advance Payment in N-Connecta trim for the manual or £399 as an automatic. Tekna trim is £699 manual or £1099 for an Auto.


VW Passat added October 11th

Volkswagen Passat

VW Passat now on the Scheme as a saloon or Estate. The R-Line trim is avaialble with the 2.0 litre diesel 187bhp as a Saloon but not an estate as it tips over the cap limit. Other engines are the 1.5 148bhp and 2.0 187bhp petrol (Estate R-Line available £2799) and the 1.6 diesel with 118bhp or the 148 bhp 2.0 litre diesel. Prices start at £1899 Advance Payment for the 1.5 litre petrol but the real value is to be had in SEL and R-Line trim with the 2.0 litre diesel, prices top out at £2899 AP for the Saloon DSG auto 187bhp 2.0 litre Diesel in R-Line trim.