Renault Motability Offers & May 2024 Price List

What Renault Cars Can I Get On Motability?

The Motability Scheme gives people with disabilities access to brand new, reliable and very competitively priced new Renault cars, MPVs and SUVs through their local Motability accredited Renault dealerships. If you (or someone you care for) has a disability, you could exchange your Mobility Allowance for a brand new Renault, complete with the Motability ‘worry-free’ package.

Renault build innovative cars that promise greater freedom and the latest connectivity features to make getting around that little bit easier. The Renault Arkana SUV and the smaller Captur are just some of the models available to drive through the Motability Scheme, with many available to order with no Advance Payment upfront.


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Renault Reviews

Renault Arkana review

The Renault Arkana strays into a market segment for compact-sized coupe-SUVs previously only occupied by the premium brands. To compensate for the lack of a posh badge on the bonnet, you get plenty of pavement presence and a dose of Renault efficient full-hybrid technology. As for the inside, well here's where the efforts made to imbue recent smaller models with extra cabin quality have paid off, enabling Renault to push up-market using the same interior technology. The result is a surprisingly polished proposition, especially in this improved form.

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Renault Captur review

Renault's little Captur Crossover model has matured nicely in this smarter second generation guise. It's now a little bigger but as before, is a Clio-based design offering super-economical engines, some genuinely clever interior touches and no small dose of style. It'll appeal to supermini buyers wanting extra versatility as well as family hatchback customers in search of something more interesting and affordable. And it's the kind of car that'll certainly drive sales in this segment.

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Renault Clio E-Tech full hybrid review

Renault has reinvented its fifth generation Clio, which the brand primarily wants you to look at in this frugal full hybrid E-Tech guise. A far-reaching visual makeover is complemented by a higher quality cabin. And there are sporting 'Alpine'-themed touches for the plushest version. If your next supermini needs to be electrified but you're not quite ready for a full EV, this Gallic contender's worth a look.

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Renault Megane E-Tech Electric review

It's took a long time for Renault to deliver a proper follow-up to its ZOE EV, but the Megane E-Tech Electric was worth the wait. Family hatch-segment EVs often tend to be either rather boring or ever-so-slightly weird, but this one's stylish and engaging. A new kind of Renault for a very different era.

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Renault ZOE review

Renault's ZOE now goes further in its efforts to persuade supermini buyers of its all-electric virtues. 238 WLTP-rated miles to be exact. A powerful 100kW R135 motor delivers strong acceleration too, plus there's a smart look both for the exterior and the cabin. If you've always liked the thought of an all-electric supermini but needed more convincing to buy one, Renault hopes that what's on offer here will be enough to make you think again.

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