Top 10: Best Motability car deals

Getting the best deal on a mobility car doesn’t mean limiting yourself to the smallest or lowest powered models available. As our pick of the 10 best mobility car deals shows, there’s a wide range of cars out there at keen prices to fit in with your requirements.

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MG3 1.5 VTI-Tech Excite - £47.20 a week

With a weekly payment of just £47.20, the MG3 1.5 VTI-Tech Excite is one of the most affordable cars you can pick on the Motability Scheme. That keen price means you get to keep £14 of your full allowance. The Dacia Sandero may be cheaper but the MG3 comes with more kit. It can be driven by under-25s and has been much improved since it was facelifted. 

Read the full MG3 review


Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Airscape Flair Convertible - £55 a week

If you like a bit of wind in your locks as you drive along, a convertible is fun but options are limited for mobility drivers, but with the Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Airscape Flair Convertible. It’s available with a roll-back fabric roof that’s like a giant sunroof. It’s quick and easy to use and still gives good refinement when it’s shut. This Citroen comes in with a weekly rental of £55, letting you hang on to £6.20 of your full allowance.

Read the full Citroen C1 review


Renault Captur 0.9 TCe Play - £56.25 a week

The Renault Captur is one of the most popular compact crossovers for good reason. It’s enjoyable to drive, looks great and offers more interior space than the majority of its competitors. This makes it a sound bet for mobility drivers, who like the easy access to the driver’s seat. With no Advance Payment for the 0.9 TCe Play model through the Motability Scheme, you can have it for £56.25 per week and pocket the remaining £4.95.

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Kia Stonic 1.4 2 - £58.50 a week

The Kia Stonic is one of our favourite small crossovers thanks to its smooth driving manners and refined nature. It’s also well equipped in 2 trim, so you don’t miss out on life’s luxuries. All of this can be had with the peppy 1.4-litre petrol engine for £58.50 per week, letting you collect the £2.95 left over from the weekly rental cost.

Read the full Kia Stonic review


Volkswagen Polo 1.0 TSI SEL 5dr - £61.20 a week

We may live in a world that appears obsessed with SUVs and crossovers, but the humble hatchback is still a popular and sound choice as the Volkswagen Polo proves. Here, in 1.0-litre TSI SEL five-door specification, you have a very well kitted out small hatch with lots of room inside for the driver and space behind for a wheelchair to stow. All of this costs £61.20 per week.

Read the full Volkswagen Polo review


Toyota Prius 1.8 VVT-I Icon - £61.20 a week

Toyota’s Prius has been the poster car for hybrids for many years now and it’s easy to see why with this Icon model. It will cost you the full weekly allowance of £61.20, but for that you get a car loaded with standard equipment and offering a generous amount of interior space for you and a wheelchair. It can run on battery-only power for short distances, gives a combined economy of 61.4mpg and low 106g/km carbon dioxide emissions.

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Skoda Octavia 1.0 TSI SE Estate - £61.20 a week

Need a big holdall estate car but don’t want to break the bank? You need the Skoda Octavia Estate and, in 1.0 TSI SE trim, it can be yours through the Motability Scheme for the full £61.20 allowance with no Advance Payment needed. For that, you get an estate with superb comfort, a huge boot and lots of room for the driver. The small engine is up to the job and should prove economical.

Read the full Octavia Estate review


Nissan Qashqai 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium - £61.20 a week

It’s easy to see why the Nissan Qashqai is one of the most sought after choices for mobility car users. It offers a relaxed, smooth drive coupled to a cabin with plenty of room for its occupants and their luggage, as well as being able to cope with a wheelchair stored behind the front seats or in the boot. The 1.5-litre diesel is refined and the Acenta Premium is well equipped as standard.

Read the full Nissan Qashqai review


MINI Countryman 1.5 Cooper Classic - £61.20 a week

MINI knows how to package fun into all shapes and sizes, so the Countryman is a good choice for mobility users looking for something a little funky to drive. The Cooper Classic model offered through the Motability Scheme might not be the quickest, but it handles and rides well. Its cabin has decent room for four and the boot is big enough to swallow a wheelchair. All this style comes for the price of your weekly allowance and no advance payment.

Read the full MINI Countryman review


Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Premium Hybrid - £61.20 a week

Going green while choosing a mobility car and keep the cost in check does not have to difficult, as we found with the Hyundai Ioniq 1.6 GDi Premium Hybrid. With its petrol-electric power, the Ioniq can deliver a combined consumption of 78.5mpg coupled to 84g/km carbon dioxide emissions. That makes it easy on the wallet for running costs and the only other financial commitment is your full weekly allowance on the Motability Scheme.

Read the full Hyundai Ioniq review