If you qualify for a Government funded Mobility Allowance, you could use it to pay for a brand new Mini with help from the Motability Scheme. Simply exchange your Mobility Allowance to lease a brand new Mini through Motability for 3 years at a heavily discounted rate. There are few cars as iconic as a Mini, and todays range includes cars that are as impressive to look at as they are to drive, with the new Mini Electric, the Mini Convertible and the Mini 5 Door hatch all available to order through the Motability Scheme.
Pretty much everything is included, all you pay for is the fuel. You get a mileage allowance of 60,000 miles over 3 years, plus all these additional benefits:
If any special adaptations or modifications are needed, these can often be fitted to the Mini at no extra cost.
How Do I Know If I Qualify For A Mini Through Motability?
You should be able to lease a Mini through Motability if you receive the Higher Rate Mobility Component of either the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or the Personal Independence Payment (PIP). You can also apply for the scheme if you collect the War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS) or the Armed Forces Independence Payment.
If you qualify but you’re not able to drive you can still take delivery of a new Mini because Motability allow you to nominate up to two family members, carers or friends who will be fully insured by Motability to drive the car on your behalf.
Interested? Search through all this month’s Advance Payment deals and see which Mini’s currently have a low or no upfront payment. Once you’ve got a shortlist of cars get in touch with your local Mini dealership where a Motability specialist will help you to choose the Mini that’s right for 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 If this brochure is out-of-date and needs updating please let us know.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 MINI 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
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Standard metallic colours are normally included, so you can choose a MINI 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 MINI 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 MINI, you could opt to put the money towards a higher Advance Payment. Ask your MINI Motability Specialist for more information.
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