Choose from any of the hatchbacks below at Swansway Motability:
For more information about the range of Hatchback models available on the Motability scheme, please contact our central Motability team; 01270 419061.
People with a disability can regain some of their independence under the Motability program. The weekly mobility allowance can be used through this program to lease a car. This monetary amount can be used for mobility scooters, cars, and wheelchair accessible vehicles. If you qualify for the government mobility allowance, then you automatically qualify for the Motability program as well.
This program can still work for you, even if your disability keeps you from driving the car yourself. Appointing three proxy drivers that can drive the car in your places makes this program accessible for all people with disabilities. You can gain back some of your independence by learning more about this program and how it can fit into your life.
The Motability program offers much more assistance than just covering the monthly lease costs for the car. The costs of owning a car really add up, and this is why the Motability program offers assistance for servicing and maintenance for the vehicle, breakdown coverage, and insurance premiums. The annual car tax can also be covered under the program as well.
The car will typically be leased for a three-year program and have a mileage limit of 60,000 miles that are covered for you. Going over the mileage limit should be a consideration when thinking about if this is the best option for you because you will have to pay 5p for every mile over the limit.
Necessary modifications due to your disability may also be covered for you. Steering aids, hand controls, and pedal modifications are usually included in the program. There are slightly different specifications for wheelchair accessible vehicles that include a longer lease time of five-years and a higher mileage limit of 100,000 miles.
There are a few costs that are not covered by the program. These costs will be your responsibility, so you should factor that into your decision when it comes to determining if leasing a car is the best option for you.
Consumables like oil, fuel, and screenwashes are your responsibility. Any adaptations you need for your car that is not covered under the program will also be your responsibility. Other expenses like parking fines, insurance claims, or parking tickets, are also up to you to pay.
The Motability program offers a wide range of cars. They can range from huge SUVs all the way down to smaller cars and everything in between. You need to think about your specific lifestyle and other needs when picking out a car, but hatchback cars can be a great option for many families.
A hatchback offers ample cargo space to make it easier to load and unload wheelchairs or other necessary equipment. Since it is not as high off the ground like an SUV, Motability hatchback cars can make it easier to assist someone getting in and out of the car. It is also less of a strain when lifting wheelchairs into the cargo area.
Hatchbacks are reliable cars that tend to last a long time and have fewer mechanical issues than some other models of car. This can give you peace of mind when it comes to travelling. They also handle really well in difficult weather, so if you live in an area with a lot of rain or snow, this can make driving even safer.
Hatchback Motability cars come in a wide range of styles and colors. Since some people feel like they are trapped in the SUV option when it comes to disability-friendly cars, this can be welcome news.
Finding the best Motability hatchback will entirely depend on your personal preferences and disability needs. Measuring to make sure all the equipment you will need can easily fit into the cargo space is a necessity.
Hatchback cars come with a lot of available modifications, but it is still a good idea to check with your car dealer to make sure that all the modifications you will need won’t be a problem.
You don’t want to love a car that isn’t going to end up working for you. Knowing how many people you will need to transport is a major concern for those with families. You not only need room for all the equipment necessary for your disability but all the other people and things that regularly travel with you. Each person and family is different, which is why there are so many options to choose from when it comes to Motability hatchbacks.
There are a great range of hatchbacks available on the Motability scheme like the Volkswagen Golf, which is the biggest hatchback available on the Motability range at the moment.
We have 3 door and 4-5 door cars available. The 3 door options, such as the Peugeot 108 will give you a wider door opening angle with seatbelts set a bit further back. Whilst the 4-5 door options are useful if you often have other passengers in the car, as you won’t need to fold the seats down to let them out of the car.
Motability Hatchback prices correct at time of print; April 2021. For more information, please contact your nearest Swansway car dealership.