Hyundai work in partnership with the Hyundai dealer network to provide Motability customers with the help and support they need to enjoy ‘worry-free’ driving year after year. The Motability car lease scheme gives disabled people, their families and carers the chance to benefit from simple, affordable and ‘all-inclusive’ motoring.
The current Motability price list features a great range of Hyundai cars and SUVs, many of which are available to order with £0 Advance Payment. Models available to order include the Hyundai i20, the Ioniq Hybrid and the Kona SUV.
Simply visit a Hyundai Motability specialist and, when you’ve chosen the Hyundai car you like you can order it by agreeing to exchange your Mobility Allowance to fund the car for 3 years.
Drive A New Hyundai With Motability
There are over a million people in the UK who are eligible but have not yet joined the Motability Scheme.
To be eligible to join, you need to currently receive either the Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (HMRC DLA), the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (ERMC PIP), the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) or the Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP).
If you join the scheme, the Hyundai Motability package includes:
You can also choose from a wide range of popular adaptations, many of which are available at no extra cost.
Search all the latest Hyundai Motability deals and visit your local Hyundai garage to view and test drive the new Hyundai range with a Motability-accredited advisor.
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 If this brochure is out-of-date and needs updating please let us know.
The Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid is a car that demands serious consideration if efficiency is the main thing you want out of your Motability car. It comes with loads of great features as well, with the entry-level SE model boasting alloy wheels, a rear camera and parking guidance system, smart adaptive c...
The Hyundai Tucson is an important and very popular Motability car for Hyundai. This compact SUV – which competes against the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, Ford Kuga and Seat Ateca for the attentio...
This third generation Hyundai i20 is no longer just a budget choice for Motability customers. It now has the quality, the efficiency, the technology and the looks to go head to head with the supermini class leaders. If you're looking for a Motability car in this segment, the new Hyundai i20 is a ...
Hyundai's Kona has just had a wide-ranging package of updates that now make it even harder for Motability customers to ignore. If you like cars of this kind, you're probably going to love this one because it ticks all the usual boxes, plus it's also available to order as a self-charging hybrid an...
The original Hyundai Kona Electric re-defined the market for affordable electric vehicles (EVs). Here we look at the recently facelifted version of the Kona Electric and find out if it remains one of the best all-round, reasonably priced Motability EVs you can choose today.
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 Hyundai 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 Hyundai 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 Hyundai 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 Hyundai 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 Hyundai, you could opt to put the money towards a higher Advance Payment. Ask your Hyundai 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 Hyundai dealerships you visit will be able to help advise you on the types of adaptations available. Many adaptations can be fitted to your Hyundai Motability car at no extra cost >more