Quarter 1 Motability Prices released 1st January 2021

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The updated Motability search tool can be found HERE. There is more to be done, it always takes a few days after changes before things settle down, presently showing 1635 vehicles as to yesterdays 1838, it will fill out over the coming days.

The new cars this quarter are the Hyundai i10 and i20, Plugin Hybrids have seen a push this quarter and the Mercedes A250e can be yours from £6499 Advance Payment. The Volvo XC40 PHEV being a personal favourite from £4449 AP. (both now removed)

Electric’s have gone from 60 to 54 as we loose the BMW i3. The Vauxhall Corsa e is the way to go, from nil and the Honda E now starts from a respectable £999 AP. Stay away from Peugeot electrics this quarter.

The full list of changes can be found here.

 

We are updating this website to all the latest ‘Winter’ prices, should you want to ask a question over anything, email me at enquiries@whichmobilitycar.com or post a question on the lively forum.

 

 

Q1 2021 Price lists

Kia Q1

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SEAT Q1

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BMW Q1

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Quite a cull!

 

Volkswagen Q1

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Tiguan Allspace removed

 

Peugeot Q1 

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Big increases on Electric Peugeot’s

 

Mitsubishi Q1 

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Outlander PHEv back on Scheme

 

 

Ford Q1

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Kuga PHEV back on the Scheme

 

Jeep Q1

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PHEV Renegrade joins but at an extreme Advance Payment £9k

 

Fiat Q1

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Alfa Romeo Q1

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New Motability Prices

New Quarter 1 (Winter) Prices released 1st January 2021

The new Motability prices will be published on Friday January 1st 2021. Quarter 1 (Winter) prices run from 1st January through to March 31st 2021. 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.

We have been warned to expect price increases but that was before the Brexit Trade deal was announced. There will be an increase in the Advance Payment permitted for Plug in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEV’s). These are expensive to buy as they have a petrol engine alongside batteries and electric motor. If you are looking at a PHEV, take a look at the size of the fuel tank as some are very small as they need the space for the batteries.

The Forum has all the chat on this page:

https://forum.whichmobilitycar.co.uk/forums/topic/q1-pricing-and-information-new-motability-prices-1st-january-2021/

 

 

New cars released to the Scheme in Q4 2020:

 

Vauxhall Mokka

The new Mokka is quite the looker. It is 2.5cm shorter than the old car but 1cm wider than the car it replaces, the boot is not the largest and takes a further hit if you choose the electric car. All cars have twin screens, 7 inch in lower trims or up to 10 and 12 inch in the top trims.Three power options, 1.2 litre petrol, 1.5 litre diesel or full electric. Prices start at £999 Advance Payment for the petrol and £2099 Advance payment for the Electric. This is a good video: watch video

 

 

 

Audi Q3

Two years we have been waiting for the Audi Q3 to join the Scheme. It is most welcome. The Compact SUV is a challenger to the BMW X1  and in some regard the VW Tiguan and Ford Kuga, it is slightly smaller in the metal but you still get a comparable boot at 530 litres, but the Q3 is a lot lower so you do loose out on cabin height and space. Two engines offering 148bhp are available, a 2.0 litre auto only diesel with 2 or 4 (quattro) wheel drive or a 1.5 litre petrol as a manual or automatic. The auto is fitted with a 48v mild hybrid system and the 1.4 kWh battery is positioned in the boot, not the usual destination of under the passenger seat, and as such decreases the load capacity to 410 litres. Four trim lines, Technik, Sport, S-Line and Black Edition are offered onto the Scheme, all cars have an electric tailgate and digital virtual cockpit in place of traditional dials and a 10 inch touchscreen along with dual-zone climate control, rear parking sensors, cruise control, automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning. Sadly to enjoy heated seats you have to add the £1195 ‘Comfort and Sound’ Pack which also adds a beefed up sound system, rear view camera, parking plus and cross traffic rear assist. Prices are excellent – starting at £1299 Advance Payment for the 1.5 petrol manual Technikt and rising to £2649 for the 2.0 litre Auto diesel in Sport trim with 4 wheel drive. The sweet spot is the 1.5 petrol auto in S-Line trim at £1999 Advance payment.

 

Audi A3 Hatchback

The sister car to the Volkswagen Golf 8, the Audi A3 Sportback (5 door hatch) is available with 3 engines, none are an option for under 25’s due to the starting insurance group 17, The 1.0 litre petrol manual only 108 bhp badged 30, the ’35’ 1.5 litre 148 bhp petrol as a manual or auto, opt for the auto and it comes with a 48v mild hybrid system, lastly a 2.0 litre diesel with 114bhp as a manual badged 30 or 148bhp badged 35 as an automatic. Trim lines in order are Technik, Sport, S-Line and Edition 1. Prices start at £699 Advance Payment and work their way through the trim and engines to £2349 for the 35 diesel auto in Edition 1 trim.

 

Audi A3 Saloon

The A3 Saloon is direct competition for the BMW W 2 Series Gran Coupe and the Mercedes CLA. The Engine and trims are the same as for the Sportback but the Saloon is a little more expensive starting at £1249 Advance Payment and topping out at £3149 for the 2.0 litre Diesel in edition 1 trim. The sweet spot is the 1.5 petrol S-Tronic (Auto) in S-Line trim at £2199 AP

 

 

Citroen C4

The new for 2021 Citroen C4 and fully electric ë-C4 is available to order as a Motability vehicle. The C-Segment hatchback offers a 380 litre boot, the same size as the class leading Volkswagen Golf and five litres up on the Ford Focus. There are four trim levels: Sense, Sense Plus, Shine and Shine Plus.  All cars have LED headlights, ‘V’ signature daytime running lights, fog lights, 18-inch alloy wheels, a 10-inch high-resolution touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, electric parking brake, rear parking sensors, dual-zone climate control. Petrol’s start at £95 Advance Payment, Diesel £595 and electric £1495. Full review and prices here