New Motability Prices Q2 1st April 2015

Peugeot win the Manufacturer of the Quarter award as every model has seen some reductions in price and not a single price has increased this quarter. Vauxhall pushed them close as did Renault who both have stand out offers on the Insignia and Captur respectively. Suzuki win the award for the largest price reduction with £1000 taken off the diesel S-Cross.


Fiat 500x from  £395 Advance Payment

Fiat 500x from £395 Advance Payment

Fiat have added the new 500x, the latest extension to to the 500 range is a compact SUV aimed straight at the Citroen C4 Cactus and Mini 5 door for the customer that has grown up but still wants a car with a touch of the City slinger about it. Prices are realistic, starting at £395 Advance Payment, sadly the only way to get an automatic presently is to have the top trim with the largest engine and prices are an whopping £2995 Advance Payment.


Mercedes GLA  from £1999

Mercedes GLA from £1799

Mercedes have added the GLA to the Scheme, the sleek five door knocks the spots off the Audi Q3 in the looks department but it is a little smaller. The 2.1 litre diesel, badged as GLA200, with 136 bhp is available as a six speed manual or a 7 speed dual clutch automatic. Both the Sport and AMG line trims are available, the AMG Automatic is £2999 Advance Payment.



SsangYong Korando from  £299 Advance Payment

SsangYong Korando from £299 Advance Payment

SsangYong have joined the Scheme and the Korando, which can pull up to 2 tonnes (braked) can be yours from £299 Advance Payment, if you want a 4 wheel drive leather seated version then you will have to pay a £799 AP. The 4 wheel drive Skoda Yeti can compete on pulling ability but neither car offers a Euro 6 compliant engine.




New Ford Mondeo

New Ford Mondeo

We may have been waiting nearly three years for the new Mondeo, delays have seen the release pushed back repeatedly, but it is finally here.  It is better built, better looking, bigger and crucially contains all the latest touch screen technology. Built in Spain alongside the Face-lifted Kuga, which debuted the new engines prior to the launch of the Mondeo, the 1.5 ecoboost petrol and the Euro 6 2.0 litre diesels with 150 or 180 bhp. The Mondeo is an important car and while it’s launch may not be the event it once was this new car will eat up the miles in comfort. Prices start at £995 Advance Payment.


hyundai-i20 motability car

Hyundai i20

Looking like a mini Citroen C4 Picasso (which is not a bad thing) the Hyundai i20 competes against the Ford Fiesta and Volkswagen Polo.  Given Hyundai’s aggressive pricing and the increased size (40mm longer, 16mm lower and 24mm wider) the i20 is a welcome addition. Advance payments start at Nil for an air conditioned i20 1.2 ‘S’.




New Volkswagen Passat

New Volkswagen Passat

The new Passat is going toe to toe with the new Mondeo, engine choice is diesel only presently but all are Euro 6 compliant. Bigger, yet lighter and more fuel efficient than the car it replaces, some versions are as much as 20 per cent more economical than before, with the 1.6-litre TDI emitting just 105g/km of CO2. Prices start from £999 in ‘S’ trim.



Jeep Renegade Motability Car

Jeep Renegade

The new Jeep Renegade is the first Jeep to be on the Scheme for a while and is most welcome, Jeep is owned by Fiat and the underpinning of the Renegade is the soon to be launched Fiat 500x. The renegade’s looks may divide opinion but it certainly stands out from the crowd and offers real competition for the Nissan Juke and Kia Soul. Prices start from £395 Advance Payment.




Click to open the Motability Price guide

Click to open the Motability Price guide

The new price guide is now available giving a breakdown of all the Q2 prices.




Suzuki Logo

Suzuki win the award for the largest price cut, £1000 off the price of a diesel S-Cross. The budget SX4 has now been discontinued.






Toyota prices here, £300 off the Rav4 Business Edition manual but little else to report. 




Skoda Skoda produce the best quarterly guide but the prices have not changed. Click here to download.





RenaultRenault have reduced the prices across the range with the Captur and Clio being the standout bargains. Both are now available with a built in sat nav with a cracking 1,5 litre diesel as a manual or automatic and you may even keep some of you mobility payment. No downloadable price list from Renault.





No change for Mitsubishi, the Outlander PHEV remains an interesting option. Here to download price list.






Mini have reduced the price of the manual Countryman by £400.



Ford_Motor_Company_Logo Download prices Here, some super savings on the Kuga and Titanium modes get a free Appearance Pack worth £350.



Fiat Aside from £100 off diesel Pandas the prices remain unchanged.





CitroënNew Citroen Prices Here. Reductions in C3 Picasso, the C1 prices take a tumble too. Grand C4 Picasso reduced now from £295 Advance Payment.




PeugeotPeugeot Prices Here, Vauxhall pushed them close but PEugeot win the award for the best return this quarter, every car has seen reduction and not a single line has been increased. Bravo.






Volkswagen prices download here, the R-line Tiguan joins the Scheme before the model gets an upgrade, Golf prices stable but the Golf SV returns to realistic prices, reduced by up to £550.





BMW There is no return for the X1 or 3 Series, the 2 Series active tourer prices remain stable aside for a £100 increase in the Automatic. The 1 series has been reduced by up to £300. Click here to download latest prices.






Audi have reduced the price of the A1 and A3 by £2-300 but the Q3 prices are stable Click Here to download brochure.





Vauxhall Q2 2015Vauxhall Prices

Click here or on the logo to open the new Vauxhall prices.  Super offers on the seven seat Zafira Tourer, starting at Nil Advance Payment and the Insignia., where a £149 advance payment will get you a Tech Line trim (with sat nav) paired to the excellent new 140bhp 2.0 litre diesel engine. The range extending electric Ampera has been removed.




New Nissan Prices here, Leaf now from £299,  Qashqai reduced by from £50, Juke and Pulsar no increase in price.



New Motability Prices

New Prices (Spring) released 1st April

Wednesday 1st April will see the release of Q2 (Spring) 2015 prices, this page will be updated as soon as we receive the new prices. Please post your comments 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 2 (Spring) price period is from April 1st to June 30th 2015. We have already seen a number of new cars entering the Scheme mid term and the new and updated models will keep coming over the next six months due in part to the strict new emission rules that come into force in September 2015 (Euro 6). In September average CO2 emissions need to fall below 130g/km across a car company’s entire range, this is already the law for new models released since September 2014. The obvious benefits to picking a Euro 6 engine is that you will be getting the very latest in engine technology which in most cases means better fuel economy and low CO2 emissions. Our advise is to ask the Dealer if the car you are interested in is fitted with a Euro 6 compliant engine, the change is more pertinent with regard to diesel engines.


Ford Mobility Cars

Ford_Motor_Company_Logo2015 is a busy time for Ford, we have already seen the new Mondeo released to the Scheme in Q1 and Summer will see the release of the new S-Max and the new C-max / Grand C-Max with the new Galaxy due later in the year. Production has ceased for these cars so orders for new builds are not being taken. Ford have stockpiled a number of the more popular versions that the Dealer can call off but these will quickly disappear.


Nissan X-Trail

Not for Spring

Not for Spring

The Nissan X-Trail will not be re-joining the Scheme on April 1st and will not be added before Q3 on July 1st, the decision for it to join in July will take place at the end of Q2. Disappointing news as it was a popular model, the delays on the 1.6 diesel engine that caused it to be removed are ongoing.



From 1st April we will update you on all the movements (up and down) on this page, we will continue to post the War Pension prices alongside the DLA/PIP prices. WPMS weekly payments are presently £63.40 (increasing to £64.15 per week on 6th April)  compared to £56.75 (increasing to £57.45 on the 6th April) 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 .