posted 8 years ago

Motability Car Scheme New Mercedes-Benz Deals

The Motability Car Scheme is an easy way for disabled motorists to source a great value new Mercedes-Benz.

The Motability Car Scheme is an easy way for disabled motorists to source a great value new Mercedes-Benz. The scheme offers two options, a hire purchase agreement or the far more popular three-year lease. Eligible participants must receive either the higher rate mobility component of the disability living allowance, or the war pensioners' mobility supplement. The vehicle is then paid for using all or part of the benefit, but some models also require an additional advance payment.

Noteworthy new Mercedes-Benz leasing bargains, for those claiming the higher rate mobility component, include the A-Class that - depending on specification - is available for either a £499 advance payment or various sums up to £3,499. This is in addition to the total weekly value of the benefit. This compact multi-purpose vehicle is popular because it spacious, practical, has sensible running costs, and is very easy to drive.

Alternatively, those who fancy slipping into a sleek saloon may prefer the new Mercedes- Benz C-Class. This compact executive status symbol is available, in C180 Kompressor Executive SE form, for the total weekly benefit plus a £3.349 advance payment. It is also listed in high-specification BlueEFFICIENCY estate trim for the higher up-front payment of £6,699. Clearly a fair chunk of cash, but the new C-Class is a very capable machine.

Those in receipt of the war pensioners' supplement may fall for the charms of the new Mercedes-Benz CLC Coupé. The 160 Sport variant is available for the weekly value of the benefit, plus a modest £1,460 payment. This beautifully crafted machine offers motorists fun-focussed handling, excellent safety features, and the kind of build quality that makes granite look like tissue paper. So, which of these Germanic beauties do you fancy?

please could you tell me what is the advanced payment on a standard c-saloon

I've been told the Renault Kangoo is no longer available for adaptation and has been replaced by the Mercedes Citan. Please can we have details of this vehicle and it's possibilities, price, etc. Thanks Eileen Duffield