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.

Q4 2022 Best buys.




The Ford Puma is a small SUV, similar in size to the Nissan Juke, Skoda Kamiq and Volkswagen T-Roc. The Puma is the best looking of the bunch however with a more rounded look and really cuts a dash on the street. The Puma is built on the Fiesta chassis (platform), long regarded as the best driving and handling car in its class. The Puma looks larger than it is, don’t be fooled this is a small car, space is tight for rear passengers of grown up dimensions and the 401 litre boot is enhanced with a ‘mega box’ which sits where the spare wheel would have been before the invention of the inflation kit, the mega box is a drainable 80 litre hole that allows golf clubs to stand upright, it is a little bit of ingenuity that separates the Puma from the competition. The Puma comes in four trim lines, Titanium, ST Line, ST Line X and ST Line Vignale. Until the Puma becomes electrified in 2024, we have a single petrol 1.0 litre three cylinder petrol engine paired to a 48v mild hybrid system. The power output is either 123 or 153 brake horse power. Priced at Price reduced from previous quarter price£945 Advance Payment for the Automatic ST-Line X with 123bhp.