The Motability scheme have updated their new car Advanced Payment prices for Quarter 4 2020. We take a look at some of the key changes for the new quarter and pick out some of the best Motability deals. With a wide range of cars to choose; SUVs, MPVs, Hatchbacks and more. There is a car on the scheme to suit everyone's needs.
The Peugeot 3008 is not a new car but a facelift for 2021. The updates include the addition of a hybrid Powertrain, an upgraded front exterior and more technology within the car. A release date for this model has not yet been confirmed.
Again this model has had a facelift for 2021 which has seen the addition of a hybrid powertrain and increased technology within the cabin. There has not yet been an announcement for a release date for this model.
The el-Born concept made its debut in 2019 and it won't be long until we see the finished production in the UK. The total range is expected to be in the region of 250 miles. This new electric SEAT model is expected to join the motability scheme in Spring / Summer 2021.
Both the Peugeot Traveller and Rifter were taken off the scheme this quarter however we are expecting to see the return of the Peugeot Traveller after its 2021 facelift. We are also hoping to see the addition of the e-Traveller (Peugeot's fully electric MPV) after the recent electric model additions to the motability scheme including the Honda e and Peugeot e-208.
Audi – Unfortunately if you are looking for an Audi on the Motability Scheme there are only two models. The Audi A1 is available from £0 Advance Payment, with the bigger, more muscular A1 Citycarver version now £399 (The price has gone up from £299). The prices for some of the Audi Q2 models have come down a little in price, with the Q2 TFSi Technik down in price from £549 to £449 and the S Line trim has dropped by £100 and is now £749. Another model that has dropped in price is the Audi Q2 TSFi Black Edition which is now £899 and is also one of the better cars that drivers under 25 are allowed to drive.
Honda - There has been a few price changes for the Honda Motability cars on the scheme. The Honda Jazz SR version has had a £300 price increase and is now £599. The new Jazz Crosstar variant has seen a huge jump in price this quarter. In Q3 this variant was £999 but is now £1,799. Honda’s sporty SUV, the HR-V, can still be ordered with £499 and a new trim level (HR-V Sport) has been added to the range.
Peugeot - The Peugeot e-208 has seen a price increase this quarter, up from £899 to £1299 for the Allure trim. The new Peugeot 2008 SUV range has increased by about £300 and we have also seen a similar price increase for the electric e-2008 version. There’s only a handful Peugeot 3008 SUV models available this quarter as we are due to see the facelifted model arrive soon. We’re waiting for updated versions of the 308 and the 7 Seat Peugeot 5008 to be added to the scheme in the future. Both the Peugeot Traveller and Rifter were taken off the scheme this quarter however we are
SEAT – This Quarter we have see pricing for the all-new SEAT Leon hatchback drop as well as the addition of more vehicles to the range. There’s also more Leon estate models to choose from, with prices starting from £149. The Tarracohas also seen a price reduction, the SE trim of the 7 seat Tarraco is now £1399 which is down from £1749 Advance Payment. Last quarter we saw the addition of the updated SEAT Ateca SUV, which has now seen more models added.
Volkswagen – In Q4 2020, the all-new MK8 Volkswagen Golf now starts from £0 Advance Payment for the newly-introduced 1.0 TSi Life. Prices for the petrol models haven't differed much however diesel variants of the new Golf have increased. The Volkswagen T-Roc range is much more affordable this month, starting at £0 Advance Payment for the SE but a big price reduction comes from the T-Roc 1.5 TSi EVO SEL automatic at £499 which is down from £1799.