Is Ford S-Max available on Motability?

Is Ford S-Max available on Motability?

A long-time favourite with Motability drivers, the Ford S-Max is a huge 7 seat MPV that combines great styling and handling with exceptional practicality. Discover all the Ford S-Max Motability deals currently available and the Advance Payments prices at your local Ford Motability specialist dealership.

What is the best car you can get on Motability?

Best Motability cars

  • Best small cars on Motability: Kia Picanto.
  • Best supermini on Motability: Renault Clio.
  • Best family cars for Motability: Skoda Scala.
  • Best MPVs for Motability: Citroen Berlingo.
  • Best 4x4s and SUVs for Motability: Skoda Karoq.
  • Best electric and hybrid cars for Motability: Vauxhall Corsa-e.

What new cars are coming to Motability October 2021?

New models added to the Motability Scheme on October 1st 2021 include the electric Kia e-Niro, the electric Citroen e-Berlingo MPV, the Hyundai Bayon, the facelifted Skoda Kodiaq SUV and the Hyundai Tucson plug-in hybrid.

What cars are nil deposit on Motability?

Here are some of the very best cars you can get through Motability with nil advance payment.

  • Citro├źn C4.
  • Vauxhall Corsa & Corsa-e.
  • Dacia Duster.
  • Ford Fiesta.
  • Renault Captur.
  • Vauxhall Crossland.
  • Kia Stonic.
  • Ford Tourneo Connect.

Can you change Motability car before 3 years?

When you lease a vehicle on the Motability Scheme the lease agreements are typically for a period of three or five years. Customers do not have an automatic right to end the agreement early. If however, you have a valid reason to end your agreement early, you will need to call us to discuss this further.

How often do you get a new Motability car?

three years
Motability Scheme leases generally run for three years from the date that you took delivery of your car. This date will be shown on your lease agreement. Three months before the end of your lease agreement , we will send you a letter to remind you that it is time to choose a new car on the Scheme.


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