What is the Motability Scheme?

The Motability Scheme is a programme designed to provide people with disabilities access to affordable vehicles. Through the scheme, recipients can lease a car, scooter, or powered wheelchair in exchange for their mobility allowance. This includes the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance, the Enhanced Rate Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment, the War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement, or the Armed Forces Independence Payment. The scheme also includes support for insurance, maintenance, and breakdown assistance.

Hyundai is apart of the Motability Scheme, offering 9 different models.

Hyundai Models Available on the Motability Scheme

Front view of a Hyundai i30 N driving down the road

Hyundai i10 - Available from £0 Advanced Payment

The smallest Hyundai in the range is compat but still filled with clever technology. It brings style and flexibility for city driving making it a very easy car to drive.

Hyundai i20 48V Mild Hybrid - Available from £0 Advanced Payment

The Hyundai i20 is a compact hatchback with smooth curves and clean lines, it has great practicality and efficiency and offers features such as High Beam Assist and Cruise Control.

Hyundai i30 - Available from £1,599 Advanced Payment

This family hatchback is spacious whilst not feeling large and intimidating to drive. It also features lots of advanced safety technologies including Lane Keeping Assist Systems and the Blind Spot Collision Warning.

Hyundai Bayon - Available from £0 Advanced Payment

The spaciousness of the Bayon is very deceiving. It appears as a compact crossover SUV on the outside while offering plenty of space for the driver and passengers on the inside. LED Daytime Running Lights, Forward Collision Avoidance Assist and  Rear Parking Sensors are highlights of the Bayon’s specification.

Competitors on the Motability Scheme

Volkswagen offers a great deal of competition for the Hyundai range on the Motability scheme, for example the Volkswagen Polo compares nicely to the Hyundai i20 while the Volkswagen Golf is similar to the Hyundai i30.

KONA Electric - Available from £1,599 Advanced Payment

The first of Hyundai’s fully electric models available on the scheme is the KONA electric. It has a fantastic range and fast charging capabilities whilst still remaining affordable.

IONIQ 5 - Available from £6,599 Advanced Payment

This family-friendly CUV is also an all electric model, it is based on an innovative concept car design and has a selection of great technology including the advanced head up display and reverse parking collision-avoidance assist.

IONIQ 6 - Available from £7,999 Advanced Payment

This sleek and stylish electric car is a very unique car to be featured on the Motability scheme. It has a selection of luxurious features including the 20” alloy wheels and 12.3” Touchscreen Satellite Navigation and Media Centre.

Competitors on the Motability Scheme

There are a variety of fearsome competitors on the Motability scheme for Hyundai’s electric vehicles, this includes the CUPRA Born, Audi Q4 and the Volkswagen ID.4.

hyundai-kona-electric
Hyundai Tucson

TUCSON - Available from £699 Advance Payment

There are a variety of Hyundai Tucson models available on the Motability Scheme, including the:

  • TUCSON
  • TUCSON HEV
  • TUCSON MHEV
  • TUCSON Plug-in Hybrid

This popular compact SUV has evolved since the first model was released. The range includes petrol, petrol hybrid, mild hybrid and a plug-in hybrid options.

Competitors on the Motability Scheme

There are lots of options within the motability scheme that competes with the Hyundai Tucson models, this includes the Peugeot 5008 and the Volkswagen T-Roc.

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