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 access vehicles.
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 award-winning Ford Fiesta, the new Puma and the 5 door Focus hatchback.
Do you qualify for Motability? If you currently receive one of the following benefits, you should qualify for the Motability Scheme if you have at least 12 months left to run on the award:
Even if you don’t drive or haven’t passed your test yet, you can still lease a Ford through the Motability Scheme by nominating someone else to drive the car on your behalf.
You simply ‘swap’ the Mobility part of your benefit and in exchange you get a brand new Ford for 3 years. Pretty much all of the day-to-day running costs are included, all you pay for is the fuel. The Motability package includes:
Many of the trim levels in the Ford Motability range are available to order with £0 Advance Payment, though some larger and higher specification vehicles will require an initial Advance Payment that’s payable when you collect the car.
Before you visit a Ford dealership, make sure you do a little research so you have an idea of the type of car that’ll be right for you and your family. In addition, so you know of any potential additional costs don’t forget to look through the Motability Advance Payment prices currently being advertised at Ford dealers near you.
This brochure may not be the latest brochure available. Contact your local Motability dealer for current brochure and the latest model information. The information and illustrations in all brochures are for illustration purposes only subject to change without notice. The fuel figures quoted are provided solely for the purposes of comparison between different models. If this brochure is out-of-date and needs updating please let us know.
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The Motability Scheme helps people with a disability stay mobile by exchanging their Mobility Allowance for a brand new car or Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV). To qualify for a new Ford through the Motability Scheme, you need to currently benefit from one of the following government funded Mobility Allowances:
The Higher Rate Mobility Component (HRMC) of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) - £62.55 a week
The Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component (ERMC) of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) - £62.55 a week
The Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP) - £62.55 a week
The War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) - £69.85 a week
It's only the Mobility element of the allowance that is exchanged for a Motability vehicle, not the whole allowance. Joining the scheme is easy, with no forms or paperwork to fill in, no medical questions, no waiting lists and no credit checks >more
If you lease a new Ford through the Motability Scheme you will benefit from comprehensive insurance for up to 3 drivers, RAC breakdown cover, replacement tyres, replacement windows and windscreens, regular servicing & maintenance and a huge 20,000 a year mileage allowance. You just have to pay for the fuel >more
Standard metallic colours are normally included, so you can choose a Ford Motability car with metallic paint at no extra cost. If you choose a special or limited edition paint this may cost extra.
Yes. If you currently have your own vehicle you could choose to trade it in at your local Ford dealership. The money from the sale of the vehicle could go straight back into your pocket, or if you want to choose a more expensive Ford, you could opt to put the money towards a higher Advance Payment. Ask your Ford Motability Specialist for more information.
If you need a special adaptation to help you or a passenger to drive or access the vehicle, the Motability Specialist at the Ford dealerships you visit will be able to help advise you on the types of adaptations available. Many adaptations can be fitted to your Ford Motability car at no extra cost >more
Motability’s all-inclusive 3 year / 60,000 mile car lease package includes:
Insurance cover for 3 named drivers is included.
The cost of servicing and maintaining your car is included.
Full breakdown cover provided by RAC Motability Assist is included.
Tyre and windscreen repair and replacement cover is included.
Motability will automatically tax the vehicle every year.
Many helpful adaptations are available at no extra cost.