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Since it was established back in 1977, the Motability scheme has provided support for millions of disabled people. The scheme offers people the chance to stay mobile in an up-to-date car that caters to their disabilities.
For more information on Motability, click here to read our full guide. Below we’ve listed our top picks of car currently available on the Motability scheme for buyers.
Priced from £8,995 upwards, the Hyundai i10 is one of the cheapest Motability cars available. The i10 can seat 4 adults, and is a great car for nipping about town. The 86bhp 1.2-litre engine is powerful enough for the motorway and frugal enough to return as high as 60mpg. Although if you choose an automatic gearbox fuel economy drops to 45mpg.
Another excellent small city car which offers a generous interior coupled with an engaging driving experience. Although it is priced cheaper than the i10, the Citigo comes in a 3-door version and you’ll have to pay an additional £350 for five doors. The Citigo comes with plenty of equipment as standard and a three-year warranty compared to the i10’s five years.
The SEAT Lyon is a cheaper version of the more expensive Volkswagen Golf. It shares all of the same engine parts but is more stylish and
offers motability drivers just as engaging a driving experience as the Golf. If you’re keen for something powerful and fast, choose the 2.0-litre 181bhp diesel model which can achieve 0-62mph in just 7.5 seconds whilst still returning 65.7mpg.
If comfort is high on your list of priorities, the Hyundai i30 offers the best level of comfort for a reasonable price. There may be family sized hatchbacks that offer better driver appeal, but few of the same size are as comfortable. The soft suspension handles bumps in the road with maximum ease, even gliding over potholes effortlessly. Factor in its keen price, high level of standard equipment and five year/unlimited mileage warranty and there’s no competition.
The Superb offers all the credentials of the Octavia Estate but comes with extra space and a huge boot. In fact, the boot is larger than most of the cars from the class above. Behind the wheel, the driving experience is both engaging and relaxing and drivers could be mistaken for thinking they are in a more expensive luxury model. Skoda’s enviable reputation for dependability continues with the Superb offering an excellent standard of build quality and a range of frugal engines with high mpg returns.
Mazda6 Tourer Estate
If you’re after a stylish estate car the Mazda6 Tourer is a great choice. Furthermore, the driving experience is engaging and the car handles extremely well too. The Mazda6 comes with a generous amount of standard equipment and thanks to its excellent all-round credentials is a strong contender for rivalling more traditional premium cars such as the BMW 3-series Touring. Choose the 148bhp 2.2-litre diesel engine to benefit from a good mix of performance and fuel economy.
If you’re looking for a multi-purpose vehicle, you can’t go far wrong with the Ford galaxy. Offered as a full-sized people carrier, the Galaxy maintains its drive quality and benefits from Ford’s excellent range of engines which offer strong economy and a good level of performance. But where the Galaxy really excels is within its vast and versatile interior. It can seat p to seven adults comfortably while all the seats can be folded individually to accommodate your individual requirements. Although the Galaxy is one of the most expensive motability cars listed, the discounted VAT makes it a viable option.
The SEAT Alhambra can be converted into a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV) along with its sister car the Volkswagen Sharan. Both cars are well built and good to drive, but the Alhambra is the better choice thanks to a £1,800 cheaper price tag. Choose the 2.0-litre diesel engine to benefit from the best blend of performance and fuel economy in the range, while the sliding rear doors make access to the back easy. While there are many other WAVs available, most are based on vans, rather than passenger cars, so the SEAT Alhambra and VW Sharan are two of the better WAVs on the market today.