Honda cars are world-renowned for their reliability, so disabled drivers and passengers who depend on their car to stay mobile and independent know that by choosing a Honda they’re driving a safe, reliable and incredibly robust car. All Honda dealers participate in the Motability scheme, a worry-free car leasing plan established in 1977 to benefit disabled drivers here in the UK.
The Benefits Of Driving A Honda With Motability
Honda have always made award-winning, dependable cars. In fact, Honda has been awarded the What Car? Most Reliable Car Manufacturer award for 9 years running. On top of that, when you choose a Honda Motability car you also benefit from the comprehensive Motability package, which includes all servicing and repairs, full insurance for 2 named drivers, annual road tax and full RAC breakdown cover for 3 years and 60,000 miles. You can choose from an exciting range of new Honda models, including the popular Honda Jazz.
To qualify for a Motability car you, or someone you care for, needs to currently be in receipt of one of the following benefits:
As long as you have at a minimum of 12 months left to run on the award before you need to be reassessed, you should qualify for a Motability car.
You simply need to exchange the Mobility part of your award at a Honda dealership to lease a brand new Honda. Many cars are available with £0 Advance Payment, but it’s worth noting that some larger or higher-specification Hondas will require an Advance Payment, which you pay directly to the Honda dealer when you collect your car.
Call or visit an accredited Honda Motability dealership near you to find out more.
Motability’s all-inclusive 3 year / 60,000 mile package includes:
Insurance cover for 2 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.