New 2020 Alfa Romeo Tonale SUV
Alfa Romeo revealed the new Tonale SUV at the Geneva Motor Show. It’s smaller than the Stelvio, and is expected to be available as a plug-in hybrid. The Tonale (which is named after a famous Italian mountain pass), will be Alfa’s baby SUV, competing against rivals like the Audi Q2 / Q3 and the BMW X1 / X2. Pricing for the Alfa Romeo Tonale hasn’t been announced, so we’re unsure whether the recommended retail price will be low enough for it to feature on the Motability pricelist.
Alfa Tonale Motability launch date: Spring 2020
New 2020 Audi A3
The outgoing A3 is the oldest car in the Audi range, but it looks like the changes for this new A3 hatchback don't appear to be very revolutionary. It certainly looks very similar to the previous version, but at 1,820mm wide and over 4,000 from nose to tail this new A3 has grown a fair bit. Most of the improvements are on the inside, with a huge new 10.1-inch touchscreen display and Audi's virtual cockpit is available as an optional extra.
A saloon version is expected, but no 3 door version is planned.
Audi A3 Hatchback Motability launch date: Summer 2020
New 2020 BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe
As the popularity of two-door cars continues to dwindle, BMW has decided to expand the 2 Series range with a new four-door Gran Coupe model. The Gran Coupe will share its platform with the all-new 1 Series, offering Motability customers more sportiness but with extra practicality. The 2 Series Gran Coupe recently won the 'Most Beautiful Car Of The Year' award at the 35th Automobile International Festival in Paris.
BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe Motability launch date: Early 2020
New 2020 Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid
The C5 Aircross SUV Hybrid will be the first plug-in hybrid model from Citroen. It combines the advantages of a 100% electric drive for shorter daily trips (with an electric range of around 30 miles) with the versatility of a conventional engine for longer journeys. A 100% electric version of the C5 Aircross is also expected to join the Motability Scheme later in the year.
Expected Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid Motability launch date: Early 2020
New 2020 MG ZS EV
The new MG ZS EV is an affordable 100% electric SUV that uses a front-mounted electric powertrain with a range of around 160 miles. The MG ZS EV has a water-cooled 44.5kWh lithium ion battery that is capable of rapid charging from flat to around 80% in around half an hour. Styling is similar to the conventional MG ZS, with standard features including satellite navigation, Apple Carplay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring, DAB radio, a split-level boot and smart storage areas that maximise load capacity.
Expected MG ZS EV Motability launch date: Order now
New 2020 Ford Puma SUV
This is the car that Ford is planning on replacing the EcoSport with. The new compact crossover has SUV-styling, a raised ride height, bigger wheel arches and rugged exterior body protection. Much of the mechanics of this SUV will come from the Fiesta, including the 1.0 litre EcoBoost and a diesel engine, but the Puma will be longer, higher and wider than the Fiesta with a 95mm longer wheelbase.
Ford Puma Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Ford Kuga SUV
The new, third-generation Ford Kuga shares its underpinnings with the very well received 2019 Focus, and boasts significant gains in terms of its internal space (it'll have class-leading rear legroom), safety equipment, connectivity (wireless phone charging comes as standard) and quality. There will also a PHEV hybrid model available.
Ford Kuga Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Mazda CX-30 SUV
The new Mazda CX-30 is a compact crossover that Mazda say will fit between the CX-3 and CX-5 in the Mazda SUV range. It’s based on the new Mazda 3, and the two cars share plenty of styling features. The new CX-30 SUV has a sporty stance, but it also looks rugged thanks to its black oversized wheel arches and trim.
Mazda CX-30 Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Mercedes Benz GLA
The new Mercedes Benz GLA crossover will be based on the latest A-Class, using the same platform and engines. This is the German brand's smallest SUV, which makes it an important one for Mercedes to get right. Expect a big improvement on the current interior, with a more premium feel and the same cutting-edge technology that we've already seen on the A-Class.
The GLA has been a popular choice with Motability customers for many years. The new 2020 GLA will have to compete with the likes of the Volvo XC40, the BMW X2 and Audi Q2 if it's going to continue to appeal to Motability drivers in the market for a compact, premium SUV.
Mercedes Benz GLA Motability launch date: Early 2020
New 2020 Nissan Juke SUV
The current Nissan Juke is the car that created the compact crossover segment when it was released in 2010. The new Nissan Juke will sit on the new Renault-Nissan Alliance CMF-B platform, which is also used by the new Renault Clio and the second-generation Renault Captur, meaning the new Juke will be available with plug-in Hybrid technology. There may even be a fully electric Juke at some point. The new platform should increase the overall size of the new Juke, giving passengers in the back much more room and the car an increased boot capacity.
Expected Nissan Juke Motability launch date: Out Now
New 2020 Nissan Qashqai SUV
The next-generation Nissan Qashqai is an incredibly important car for Nissan and Motability as it's consistently one of the biggest sellers on the Motability Scheme. The new Qashqai will probably ditch the diesel engine option (although this hasn't been confirmed), and only be available to order with either a petrol engine or as a plug-in Hybrid. A 100% electric version is thought to still be under discussion.
Nissan Qashqai Motability launch date: Autumn 2020
New 2020 Peugeot e-208
The all-new Peugeot 208 should land with dealers late in 2019, with the 100% electric e-208 arriving soon after in the spring of 2020. The e-208 will share its looks with the petrol and diesel versions, but with no CO2 emissions, an expected range of over 200 miles and fast charging options this car could be a popular option for Motability users if the Advance Payment is sensible.
Peugeot e-208 Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Peugeot 2008 SUV
The Peugeot 2008 is Peugeots smallest SUV available through the Motability Scheme, and the current version has always been up against some serious competition. It’s a popular car and a strong-seller for Peugeot, so the new version is an important car for them. The all-new 2020 Peugeot 2008 will feature a raft of impressive improvements over its predecessor, including the option of a 100% electric and Hybrid powertrain alongside traditional petrol and diesel engines. The electric model is expected to have a range of around 200 miles.
Peugeot 2008 Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Renault Captur SUV
The current Renault Captur has been around since 2013, so this popular model from the French carmaker is clearly ready for an overhaul. This new second generation model will borrow much of its styling from the new Clio and is expected to be a little larger than the model it replaces. The biggest changes will be under the skin, thanks to a new platform that will reduce weight and allow the new Captur to feature a brand new plug-in Hybrid powertrain.
Renault Captur Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 SEAT Leon
Details of the all-new SEAT Leon have just been released. The new 2020 Leon is another new car that will feature a plug-in Hybrid for both the hatchback and estate versions when it debuts later this year. The new SEAT Leon will have a lot in common with its sister models, the Audi A3, Skoda Octavia and the next Volkswagen Golf, but with a sportier look, updated engines, a minimalist interior, improved connectivity and many of the new SEAT design features first seen on the impressive Tarraco SUV.
SEAT Leon Motability launch date: Spring / Summer 2020
New 2020 Skoda Citigo e iV
If you want an affordable electric supermini with tiny running costs then the new Skoda CITYGOe iV could well be the Motability car for you when it arrives in 2020. The new CITYGOe iV, which is similar in many ways to the Volkswagen e-up! and the SEAT Mii Electric (both of which are also due for release in 2020) has an 82 BHP electric motor and a 36 kWh battery that should be able to cover around 160 miles on a single charge.
We think it's good-looking compact car that should be well priced and, for the right owner, it'll be extremely frugal and great for zipping around town.
Skoda CITYGOe iV Motability launch date: Spring 2020
New 2020 Vauxhall Corsa-e
The standard version of the all-new Vauxhall Corsa 5 door (there’s no 3 door option this time) should arrive in showrooms towards the end of 2019, with the new 100% electric Vauxhall Corsa-e expected to arrive soon after. With a range of around 200 miles, the Corsa-e will available in two trim levels, with standard kit including a 10-inch infotainment touchscreen with Apple Carplay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring and a wide range of driver assistance systems.
Vauxhall Corsa-e Motability launch date: Order Now
New 2020 Vauxhall Mokka X and Mokka X EV
A new 100% electric version the Vauxhall Mokka X could join the Motability Scheme in 2020 as the PSA-owned British manufacturer switches much of its focus from petrol and diesel engines to electrification. It's thought that the Mokka X EV could launch just a few months after the Mokka X lands, with an electric range of around 180 miles.
Vauxhall Mokka X Motability launch date: Winter 2020
New 2020 Vauxhall Grandland X Hybrid4
The Vauxhall Grandland X Hybrid4 SUV will use a petrol engine and electric power to deliver what Vauxhall claims will be a total output of 300bhp and CO2 emissions of just 49g/km. It promises to offer an appealing blend of performance and efficiency, with a potential range of around 30 miles when driven on electric alone. Vauxhall have yet to announce the pricing for the new Grandland X Hybrid4, so we’ll have to wait a little while to see if this car will be available to order through the Motability Scheme in 2020.
Vauxhall Grandland X Hybrid4 Motability launch date: Early 2020
New 2020 Volkswagen Golf
The new version of the Volkswagen Golf – first launched way back in 1974 – will land with VW dealers in 2020 as a five-door only model with new mild-hybrid engine options and loads of clever new tech. The styling of the new eighth-generation Golf is very familiar (albeit with a clearly revised new front end) but it’s on the inside where it has changed the most, with a smart new infotainment touchscreen, digital cockpit and new safety features. Engine wise, expect new 48V mild hybrids petrol engines and a revised GTE-badged plug-in hybrid.
Volkswagen Golf Motability launch date: Spring 2020