Which Mobility Car top 10

We have been looking long and hard at the figures, the spec, the mpg the mph and all the other bits and bobs to bring you our top 10, please let us know if you feel we have missed something, we will start with the small cars and work our way up. Click on the picture of the car for a more in-depth review.  

Q1 2021 Best buys.

 

Citroen C5 Aircross The C5 Aircross is built on the same platform as the Peugeot 3008/5008, Vauxhall Grandland X, DS 7 and even the new Peugeot Rifter and Citroen Berlingo but it has a look and feel all its own, it is taller than all the competition and has Progressive Hydraulic Cushions which flatten out the bumps in the road so if you are able to get in (it’s 4cm higher than the DS7) then the ride should be to your liking. The boot is an excellent 580 litres in size or up to 720 litres with the second-row seats pushed forward, these also slide and recline individually but have isofix points on the outer two only. Every model gets a 12.3-inch digital instrument display and an eight-inch infotainment touchscreen, Entry-level Sense trim has 18 inch alloy wheels, dual zone climate control, automatic headlights and wipers, and rear parking sensors, Mid-level Shine adds front parking sensors, keyless entry and start,  rear view camera, privacy glass, Electric, heated and folding body coloured door mirrors with integrated LED indicator and kerb puddle light. The 1.2 litre 4 cylinder 129 bhp petrol this quarter is available paired to the EAT8 automatic gearbox or as a six speed manual. The performance is an acceptable 10.5 seconds to reach 62mph and economy a claimed 42.8 miles per gallon. Auto petrols at £2095.

Winter Best Buy – Citroen C5 Aircross Shine 1.2 Petrol 129 bhp Manual  –  £495 Advance Payment (£66.40 wpms)