Motability Cars with Nil Advance Payment

Browse the Motability cars available with nil advance payment below:


The 208 is currently one of the many PEUGEOT cars on the Motability scheme. As a sturdy and reliable car, the 208 is a great choice on the scheme. It is compact and nippy on the road whilst still remaining spacious on the interior. Another benefit to choosing the 208 on the Motability Scheme is the wide range of safety systems included, autonomous braking system, adaptive cruise control, lane departure correction are are included in your PEUGEOT 208.

PEUGEOT e-2008

The price for electric cars on the Motability scheme has dramatically decreased recently. The e-2008 GT with the £0 advanced payment is one of the most affordable ways to drive a brand-new electric car.

SEAT Arona

The SEAT Arona is a very spacious vehicle, with easily enough space in the back for rear passengers. This small SUV also has an impressive 400 Litre boot making transporting wheelchairs and assistance systems possible. This is an ideal Motability car for someone who is looking for bundles of space and also requires a vehicle that looks the part. And its powerful 1.0 engine keeps you on the right side of sporty while also ensuring fuel efficiency.

SEAT Ateca

The Motability scheme is the most affordable way to drive the brand-new SEAT Arona, with Advanced Payments starting from £0! The SEAT Ateca is one of its three modern crossover SUVs. While it first hit the roads in 2016, it has undergone a significant facelift, ensuring that it now casts a more striking figure than its predecessors. The five-seater feels just as spacious as its Tarraco sibling, just without the extra two seats. So, if five seats are enough, this is the way to go.

SEAT Ibiza

Looking for a car with spacious passenger and boot space? Look no further than the Ibiza. Even if you're tall, you'll have plenty of head and legroom, and the seats can slide back to accommodate long legs. The Ibiza also offers flexibility with its 60/40 split folding rear seats, allowing you to create more space if needed. However, folding the seats does create a step up from the main boot floor.

Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf Life is also now available on the Motability scheme with a Nil Advance Payment. This popular model is comfortable car to drive with the adaptive suspension makes sure that you won’t feel additional bumps in the road. Even though the Volkswagen Golf is a compact car, the interior is very spacious. There is plenty of headroom on offer which makes getting into and out of the car very easy. The front seats go far back enough to accommodate tall driver’s and the car is wide enough so that the front of the car doesn’t feel cramped.


If you're looking for a stylish and dynamic electric car that's available on the Motability scheme, look no further than the CUPRA Born. This exciting model is designed to give you both style and substance, with a sleek exterior that's sure to turn heads and a powerful electric drivetrain that's perfect for city driving. Inside the CUPRA Born, you'll find a comfortable and spacious cabin, complete with premium materials and state-of-the-art technology. The intuitive touchscreen display provides easy access to all of the car's features, including navigation, climate control, and media playback, while the advanced driver assistance systems ensure that you stay safe and in control on the road.

Honda e

When it comes to choosing the right car as part of the Motability scheme, you want to find a car that is dependable and an easy drive that suits the needs of the driver and their passengers.This electric car has been designed with practicality and functionality in mind, making it an ideal choice for those who want an eco-friendly and efficient vehicle.

Volkswagen ID.3

The ID.3 is Volkswagen’s next-generation hatchback, and the one that the firm hopes will take EV ownership right into the heart of the mainstream. This reliable EV has lots of great features and an expected range of 264 miles.

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