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The Motability Advance Payment deals for quarter 4 2019 include a huge variety of stylish, practical and affordable brand new cars, so you're sure to find one that’s right for you.
Brexit Update: The new Advance Payment prices quoted by Motability are only guaranteed for vehicles ordered on or before 31 October 2019 (conditions apply). The current uncertainty around the exact arrangements for the UK’s expected departure from the European Union means that the Motability Advance Payment prices advertised in quarter 4 2019 are subject to change after 31 October 2019.
New Motability Cars For Quarter 4
New models added to the Motability Scheme in October 2019 include the Skoda Superb from £745 Advance Payment, the all-new Renault Clio from £0 Advance Payment, the Honda CR-V Hybrid at £2749 and the sporty N-Line trim of the Hyundai Tucson priced from £999. The Ford Grand C-Max is back, priced from £395, and the Mini Clubman also returns, available to order from £0 Advance Payment.
The models that were added towards the end of quarter 3 2019 are all still there and the prices look the same, including the 100% electric Hyundai IONIQ Electric (from £1749 Advance Payment), the Kia Niro PHEV Hybrid (at £699), the new Mazda 3 (from £199) and the recently launched all-new BMW 1 Series (from £499). There is also a facelifted version of the Mitsubishi ASX.
Popular Motability Deals For Quarter 4 2019
Audi have added more trim lines to the compact A1 5 door Sportback range, and there are now more than 10 models available for under £150 Advance Payment. The Audi Q2 still starts at £299 this quarter, and the A3 range can now be ordered from £499 (down from £799). That gets you the Audi A3 30 TFSI SE Technik 5 door, but the S Line trim looks better value for £100 extra.
The BMW 2 Series 218i SE Active Tourer stays at £99 Advance Payment in quarter 4, with the 7-seat version available for £499 Advance Payment. The BMW 2 Series 225xe PHEV Active Tourer Sport plug-in hybrid is still £2749 Advance Payment. Prices for the BMW i3 range still start at £1999, and the pricing for the X2 SUV range is the same as quarter 3. The updated X1 SUV range, which returned to the scheme halfway through the previous quarter, is still available from £749 Advance Payment.
The Advance Payment prices for the popular C5 Aircross SUV look very similar in quarter 4, with the range still starting at £95 for the well-spec’d Citroen C5 Aircross 1.2 PureTech Flair (which features satellite navigation, advanced Comfort seats and a reversing camera). Prices for some versions of the SpaceTourer have increased by around £1000.
The new DS3 Crossback can still be ordered with £0 Advance Payment, but prices for the larger DS7 Crossback range have increased, with the DS7 Crossback 1.2 PureTech Elegance up from £1199 in quarter 3 to £1999 this month.
Ford have added the 7-seat Grand C-Max this quarter, but only ‘stock’ models are available (no factory orders). The same applies to the Ford Kuga SUV, because no more are being built as there’s an all-new Kuga due to be released in a few months’ time. That said, the Ford Kuga TDCi Titanium X automatic at £695 is great value. Unfortunately, Ford didn’t add their all-new Puma SUV this quarter, but it’s such an important model we expect that it will be added in January 2020. The popular Ford Focus ST-Line X 1.0T 5 door automatic has gone up (£395 to £895), while the Ford Focus Active X 1.0 T automatic – the SUV inspired version of the Ford Focus – has also suffered from a price rise this quarter (up from £295 to £895). The enormous 7-seat Ford Galaxy MPV is back on, priced from £1995.
There are quite a few versions of the Hyundai IONIQ Hybrid that can be ordered for less than £450 Advance Payment, with the new SE Connect trim available for £0 Advance Payment. The Hyundai IONIQ Electric is there again this quarter, but the whopping £5799 Advance Payment from start of quarter 3 is now a much more realistic £1749 (for the Premium trim). Unfortunately the 8-seat Hyundai i800 is no longer available.
The entry-level Kia Sportage SUV is still priced at £0 Advance Payment, but the Sportage ‘2’ has gone up slightly from £0 to £149. It’s worth it though, as the Sportage ‘2’ comes with extras like heated front and rear seats, satellite navigation, better alloy wheels and a Lane Keep Assist system. The cheapest automatic Sportage is £1499 though, and that’s bound to put many Motability customers off. The Niro is back, and the Kia Niro 3 PHEV plug-in hybrid is certain to be one of the more popular models available this quarter at £699 Advance Payment.
Mazda have cut the number of Mazda CX-3 models available to order down to 3, and prices now start from £399. The Mazda CX-5 SUV range has come down in price a little, with the CX-5 2.0 SE-L Nav+ now £499 Advance Payment (down from £799). The Mazda MX-5 convertible and Mazda 6 are no longer there, but there are now around 10 versions of the all-new Mazda 3 5 door available this quarter priced from £199.
We had hoped that MG would add their impressive MG-ZS EV Electric to the Motability Scheme this quarter, but the reported demand for this new plug-in SUV probably means they’ll delay it for a few more months at least.
The entry level SE trim of the Mercedes Benz A Class has been removed for some reason, which means the Advance Payment for the range now starts at £599 for the A180 Sport. The popular Mercedes Benz GLA Urban Edition is still £599 Advance Payment, or £699 for the automatic version.
The Mini 3 door, 5 door and Countryman are all available to order through Motability this quarter from £0 Advance Payment. The Mini Countryman Cooper Classic automatic remains great value at £249 Advance Payment, unchanged from last quarter. The Mini Clubman (Mini’s version of an estate) is back on the Motability Scheme, priced from £0 Advance Payment or £249 for an automatic. The Mini Countryman PHEV plug-in hybrid is unchanged at £1749 for the SE Classic ALL4 trim.
The Nissan Qashqai SUV - one of the best-selling cars on the Motability Scheme - has been refreshed, with new tech and new trim levels. Interestingly, the automatic versions of the Nissan X-Trail range are generally cheaper this quarter than their equivalent manual versions, which is unusual. The X-Trail Acenta Premium automatic at £749 Advance Payment is great value. The Nissan Juke is no longer there because an all-new model is due to be released shortly.
Prices look very similar for the Peugeot 3008 SUV range, with the entry Peugeot 3008 1.2 130 Allure versions still available to order with £599 Advance Payment. The 7 Seat 5008 looks better value this month, with the Peugeot 5008 1.2 130 Active now £899, down from £1299.
Prices for the Renault Kadjar SUV range look relatively unchanged, with the Kadjar 1.5 dCi Play SUV still available with £0 Advance Payment. The 7-seat Renault Grand Scenic can now be ordered through Motability for £595 Advance Payment. That gets you the Grand Scenic 1.3 TCe Play, or pay £1295 for the automatic version.
The impressive 7-seat SEAT Tarraco SUV still starts at £499 for the Tarraco 1.5 TSi EVO, with the Tarraco Xcellence trim – which adds bigger alloy wheels, Alcantara sports seats, satellite navigation, park assist and keyless entry – now £600 more. The top of the range SEAT Leon Xcellence Lux 2.0 TDi 150PS 5 door automatic is reduced to £99 Advance Payment. The SEAT Arona Xcellence Lux compact SUV can once again be ordered through Motability with nothing to pay upfront.
The pick of the Skoda Motability range at the moment is probably the KAROQ SUV, with the Skoda KAROQ SE 1.5 TSI DSG automatic now £395 Advance Payment. It’s bigger brother, the Skoda KODIAQ still looks expensive compared to the SEAT Tarraco, and more versions of the Skoda SCALA have been added by the Czech carmaker this quarter.
Quite a few people were hoping that Toyota would add the hybrid version of their popular Toyota C-HR model back onto the scheme this quarter. In fact, they’ve removed the C-HR model altogether for some reason. The 7 seat Toyota Prius+ Hybrid automatic is still available to order with £0 Advance Payment, but for £195 the EXCEL trim also gets Intelligent Park Assist, heated front seats and privacy. The Toyota RAV4 range now starts at a huge £2095, up from £1595 last quarter.
There is a facelifted version of the Vauxhall Astra available to order this quarter with improved engines and better technology. The Grandland X 1.2 SE 130PS Turbo automatic is still £499, and there’s now a Business Edition trim added to the Grandland X range. The 7-seat version of the Vauxhall Combo Life now starts at £99, and there’s a new high-spec’d Elite trim available from £899.
The Volkswagen Golf 5 door hatchback range starts at £99 Advance Payment for the petrol version of the Golf Match. The sportier Golf GT trim gets bigger alloy wheels, ambient lighting and front sports seats for £499. The 7 seat Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace range still starts at £1149, or £1449 for the 4MOTION 4x4 version which also gets an automatic gearbox.
The Volvo V40 is no longer available through the scheme, and that leaves the Volvo XC-40 as the only model available from the swedish manufacturer. The good news is that prices have really fallen this quarter, with the range now starting from £999, down from £1899 (it was £2899 in quarter 2 2019). The Volvo XC-40 R Design T3 Automatic looks great value at £1299 Advance Payment (was £2999).
Motability Q4 2019 Manufacturer Price Guide Downloads
Most car manufacturers release a printable Motability price guide every quarter that lists all the cars, SUVs and MPVs they have available through the Motability Scheme.
We will add manufacturer price guides as we get them.
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