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The Motability Car Scheme is one of the easiest ways for disabled motorists to source the best value new cars

By Stephen Turvil
Mar 17, 2010
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The Motability Car Scheme is one of the easiest ways for disabled motorists to source the best value new cars. Eligible participants must receive either the higher rate mobility component of the disability living allowance, or the war pensioners' mobility supplement. The scheme offers a hire purchase option but 95% of customers choose the three year lease. This is paid for using all or part of the benefit, but more expensive models may also require an advance payment.

Motorists can choose a wide variety of vehicles under this scheme. Noteworthy bargains include the Ford Fusion which, depending on specification, is available with either no advance payment or various amounts up to £450. This is in addition to the total weekly value of the benefit. Similar terms apply to several versions of the Ford Ka, Fiesta, Focus, and C-Max.

However, drivers with an instinctive love of Vauxhall may prefer the multi-talented Zafira. This capable MPV is available in basic 1.6-litre Life specification for weekly payments of £49.10 with an advance payment of precisely zero. The higher specified 1.8-litre 16v Elite is also listed but this requires a £999 payment plus the total benefit.

Skoda are also keen to get involved by offering consumers various tempting choices. These include the Fabia 1.2 6v for weekly payments of £46.50 with no advance payment, and the Yeti 1.2 TSI for the total value of the benefit plus a £499 payment. Alternatively, those who fancy swanning around in a luxurious saloon can 'live it up' in the Skoda Superb 1.9TDI for a £495 payment plus the total weekly benefit. The choice, as they say, is yours.

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By Stephen Turvil
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