Keen Prices Maintained on Favourite Car Models

Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales), January 23, 2009 | Go to article overview

Keen Prices Maintained on Favourite Car Models


Disabled drivers can continue to obtain great value when it comes to choosing a new car. Motability, the leading car scheme for disabled people, has unveiled its prices for the first quarter of 2009 and there are still plenty of great value options, new cars and greener models on offer all at the best possible prices. Some popular models have even seen a price reduction. There are more than 40 manufacturers to choose from including specialist converters for Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles.

Despite the current financial downturn, Motability Operations, the company that manages the Car Scheme, has set out to keep at least 200 different cars with no advance payment. This means that anyone who chooses a new car on the Motability Car Scheme this winter can choose from popular makes and models all at no advance payment, such as the CitroenC1, Ford Focus, Honda Jazz, Mazda 2, Nissan Micra, Peugeot 207, Renault Clio, Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe, Toyota Avensis, VauxhallVectra and the Volkswagen Polo.

Mike Betts, chief executive, Motability Operations, said: "Great choices, great prices and great service are the essential features of the Motability Car Scheme. As household budgets become ever more pressured, it has never been more important to offer a wide range of affordable motoring options. Customers old and new will enjoy the favourite names that remain at the lowest possible prices on the Motability Car Scheme."

Popular choices with no additional cost - new nil advance payment options

Enjoy the Fiat 5001.2 POP Pastal 3d AC, Ford Fusion 104TD 68 Style CI MP, Honda Jazz 1.4i-DSI SE HB 5d CVT MP, and Toyota AvensisT2 2.0 D-4D 5dr HB MP, all available at nil advance payment and have fallen by as much as pounds 500 since the end of 2008.

Favourite affordable models falling in price

Try the Ford Focus CC 2.0145 CC2 2d MP down to an advance payment of pounds 500 from pounds 1,495, Honda Civic 1.4i-DSI SE H B 5d M P down pounds 350 to an advance payment of pounds 299, and NewMINI 1.4One 3d AC from pounds 499, a reduction of pounds 200. Lookout forothergreat savings throughout the MINI range including on the MINI Cooper model. …

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