Ford Motability Offers & May 2024 Price List

What Ford Cars Can I Get On Motability?

Ford was one of the original car manufacturers to supply cars to the Motability scheme at its inception in 1977. Since then, Ford dealers have been helping disabled people and their families keep their independence, supplying over 500,000 award-winning Ford Motability cars and Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs).

Keep Your Independence With A New Ford Through Motability

Ford have the largest Motability dealer network in the UK, employing over 1,000 fully trained and accredited Ford Motability specialists. Each one is there to support and advise you through the entire process, making sure you choose a car that’s right for you and your individual needs. Ford supply a wide range of stylish and versatile cars, SUVs and MPVs to the Motability Scheme, including the popular Ford Kuga and Puma SUV.


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This car brochure may not be the latest brochure available. Contact your local Motability dealer for the current brochure and latest model information. The information and illustrations in all brochures are for illustration purposes only and are subject to change without notice. The fuel figures quoted are provided solely for comparison purposes between different models. If this brochure is out-of-date and needs updating, please let us know.

Ford Reviews

Ford Focus review

The Ford Focus has evolved, this improved version of the MK4 model offering slicker looks, a much improved 'SYNC 4' infotainment system and extra technology. There's also impressive efficiency beneath the bonnet thanks to the hi-tech range of engines. The best part though, is that this car should still remain as rewarding to drive as it's always been. The Focus might have grown up but it certainly hasn't lost its spark.

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Ford Focus Estate review

The fourth generation Ford Focus Estate has been given a proper working over in this updated form, with greater practicality, sleeker looks, a much improved 'SYNC 4' infotainment system and extra technology. There's also impressive efficiency beneath the bonnet thanks to the hi-tech range of petrol and diesel engines. It's not the biggest or the cheapest estate in its sector, but it might just now be the most appealing all-rounder.

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Ford Kuga Hybrid review

Ford sees its self-charging Hybrid powertrain as the core volume engine with this uprated version of its third generation Kuga upper mid-sized family SUV. The big change with this update is the introduction of a 4WD option for Kuga Hybrid customers. Who will also notice the smarter looks and much improved cabin.

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Ford Mustang Mach-E review

Electric cars are often rather dull. But this one, Ford's Mustang Mach-E, very definitely isn't. The use of that famous name - and the styling cues that go with it - has certainly divided opinion, but it's also inspired the Blue Oval brand to give this family-sized sporting SUV a charisma its obvious rivals lack. Plus if you go for the larger 'Extended Range' battery option, you'll get yourself an EV offering a very decent all-electric driving range too. It all sounds quite promising.

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Ford Puma review

Ford's little Puma small SUV was launched in the middle of the Covid crisis, but that didn't stop this 2020 market entrant from becoming the UK's best-selling car. Now the brand has usefully updated this model, with a smarter look and a redesigned, better-connected interior. The major reason you might like it though - this car's sharp, engaging handling - remains as before.

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Ford Tourneo Connect review

Most of us have squeezed children or pets into a car before, but Ford's rejuvenated Tourneo Connect compact MPV can comfortably take much more. From kite-surfing equipment to the school run, this is a car that aims to help families get a little more out of life. And in creating it, the Blue Oval brand has received more than a little help from Volkswagen.

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