Mitsubishi Motability Finance Scheme

The Motability Scheme is a government funded project that helps disabled motorists get mobile by allowing them to exchange their mobility benefits for a three-year lease on a brand new car. Glyn Hopkin Mitsubishi is a very proud partner of the scheme and thanks to our spectacular Mitsubishi Motability Finance Scheme we have helped hundreds of people by providing personalised Mitsubishi vehicles that are designed to make life on the road safe and comfortable.

If you receive any of the following mobility benefits from the government then you could be eligible for the Mitsubishi Motability Finance Scheme:

  • Higher Rate of the Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance;
  • Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment;
  • War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement; or
  • Armed Forces Independence Payment.

The new Mitsubishi Motability Finance Scheme is open to drivers of any age and if you have a child over three years old then you are eligible to claim on their behalf. Even if you don’t drive you can still take advantage of the new Mitsubishi scheme as up to three carers or family members can be named as registered drivers.

The new Mitsubishi vehicles are ideal for the Motability Scheme, with the large Mitsubishi estate, Mitsubishi SUV and Mitsubishi MPV models offering plenty of space for mobility scooters and wheelchairs. When you book an appointment with one of our Motability experts, we will talk you through the full selection of vehicles in the current Mitsubishi range and new Mitsubishi Motability Finance Scheme helping you choose the perfect car for your requirements. With many adaptations available free of charge, you can set the car up in a completely personalised way, making your journeys more comfortable and safer.

For more information about the current selection of vehicles available on the Motability Scheme follow the links on this page. You can drive many of them with no advance deposit required and the Motability offer also includes insurance, road tax, servicing, maintenance and repair costs, breakdown cover, new tyres and windscreen replacements.

Book an appointment with a Motability expert at Glyn Hopkin Mitsubishi today by giving us a call or filling in the online enquiry form.

COVID-19 Update 01/06/2020:

Motability Scheme prices will be available from Thursday 4 June. We are gradually contacting customers who are able to place an application with more information. The Scheme is still closed for new customer applications. See our FAQs for further updates.

Although dealers will begin to gradually reopen in England from 1 June, with social distancing measure in place, weeks of disruption mean we are working through a large backlog of both Motability orders, and sales of returned cars. For this reason, we ask for your understanding as we will need to take a phased approach to reopening the Scheme. Please be reassured that the Scheme will support you where possible to help you remain mobile during this time.

As the COVID-19 situation changes we understand that customers have a number of questions. The Motability Customer Services team is currently dealing with a high volume of calls, so we would ask for your support if you are unable to get through to them as quickly as usual.

We will continue to update this page regularly to ensure we cover the most frequently asked customer questions.

Vehicle handovers and new applications

I placed an application before lockdown, when will the handover of my car go ahead?

Handovers of cars that had already been ordered, have started to arrive at dealerships and are ready for dealers to pass on to customers this will start this week, subject to this being done in a COVID-19 safe environment. When your car is ready to be handed over, your dealer will be in touch with you to make an appointment. We expect that delivery of these pre-ordered cars will continue throughout June and into July.

For more information from Motability Operations Ltd please visit:

https://news.motability.co.uk/scheme-news/updates-from-the-motability-scheme-regarding-covid-19-coronavirus/