What is Motability?
The Automotive Group work with Motability to enable disabled people to use their government-funded mobility allowance to lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair. In fact, since the Scheme was set up in 1978, Motability has helped over 3 million people get mobile with a brand new vehicle.Download Guide
New Motability Cars
Grand Connect WAV
Extensive headroom, excellent visibility with a choice of flat or extended lowered floor. Enhanced rear suspension delivering superior wheelchair passenger ride comfort.
Up to 5 Seats + 1 Wheelchair
Versatile and stylish representing tremendous value. Wide low angle access and extensive headroom with a choice of seating. Excellent visibility and the wheelchair passenger forward within the passenger cell.
Up to 4 Seats + 1 Wheelchair
Luxury spacious interior, up to 7 seats plus wheelchair user, wide low angle access and extensive headroom with access between rear seating. Citroen rear heater and air-conditioning fitted as standard.
Up to 7 Seats + 1 Wheelchair
Luxury spacious interior, wide low angle access and extensive headroom with access between rear seating. Citroen rear heater and air-conditioning fitted as standard. Up to 2 wheelchairs, total 7 passengers plus the driver Assister winch helping access Powered ramp and tailgate available. A spacious and refined vehicle.
Up to 6 Seats + 2 Wheelchairs
Who can drive my WAV?
For customers who would otherwise be unable to afford the type of vehicle they need, Motability may be able to offer financial help. This could include the Advance Payment for a car, adaptations, driving lessons or a Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle (WAV).