What electric cars are coming to Motability?
What are my Motability electric car options?
- BMW i3.
- Citroen e-C4.
- DS 3.
- Fiat 500-e.
- Hyundai IONIQ Electric.
- Hyundai Kona Electric.
- Kia Soul EV.
Does mobility do electric cars?
Yes, there is a choice of eco-friendly vehicles, including electric and hybrid cars and WAV s, available to lease on the Motability Scheme.
Can you get hybrid cars on Motability?
The Motability Scheme offers petrol, diesel, hybrid, plug-in hybrid and fully-electric vehicles to give you as much choice as possible – but what is right for you? Traditional petrol and diesel engines have been around for a long time and are by far the most common vehicles on the road at this time.
How much does it cost to charge an electric car UK?
Cost to charge an electric car at home
Average domestic electricity rate in the whole of the UK is about 17p per kWh**. Fully charging a 60kWh electric car will cost between £9.00 and £9.90 (depending on where you live) and give you about 200 miles of range.
Are electric cars cheaper to run?
Good news – electric vehicles are likely to cost you less over the course of ownership. … Electricity costs much less than petrol or diesel and electric cars require less maintenance than an internal combustion engine (ICE).
How does getting a car on mobility work?
You can exchange all, or part of your mobility allowance to lease the vehicle of your choice. You choose the vehicle you want at a price that works for you, and payments are deducted from your mobility allowance every four weeks, then paid directly to us by your benefit payment agency.
Is Motability good value?
So, a new Motability car is clearly better value for money than a privately sourced brand new vehicle. … The all-inclusive Motability package makes motoring much more affordable for disabled people, but there are many other things that cost-conscious drivers can do to keep motoring costs as low as possible.
What is the full Motability allowance?
This allowance is currently £62.55 per week (as of 12/04/2021). You may be aware that the government is gradually replacing DLA with Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for disabled people aged between 16 and State Pension age.
Do Motability cars come with parking sensors?
Parking sensors are now standard on almost all new cars, including a large number of Motability Scheme vehicles. They monitor the area behind your car and beep more frequently as you get closer to an object.