Buying An Ex-Motability Car
Buying An Ex-Motability Car

Buying An Ex-Motability Car

The Pros & Cons Of Buying A Second-Hand Motability Car

Posted on | Updated 29th Mar 2022

Deciding which used car is the best one for you takes time and effort. Whether you buy from an official dealer, local independent garage, a used car supermarket or even from a private individual, asking the right questions and doing a bit of research will help you to make the right choice.

If you’re searching for a car that’s a few years old with a great specification, a reasonable mileage and in a good overall condition, you’ll probably check your favourite models at the local franchised main-dealer used car forecourt. It’s here you’re most likely to find vehicles that have previously been leased through the Motability Scheme. But should you consider buying a second-hand vehicle that has previously been a Motability Scheme car? And if you do, what sort of things do you need to look out for? Michelle Breffitt looks at the pros and cons of buying an ex-Motability Scheme car or Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV).

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