All you need to know about buying a Suzuki Motability vehicle

Added: 13 November 2018

The Suzuki Motability scheme is a government-backed initiative that helps drivers with disabilities purchase an affordable car to get them around. The scheme has been helping people eligible for the government’s disability allowance to benefit from increased mobility and independence and, in turn, a greater quality of life.

A number of car manufacturers offer a selection of models on the Motability scheme, including Suzuki. Here is everything you need to know about buying a Motability vehicle from Suzuki.

Who can apply for the Suzuki Motability scheme?

The Suzuki Motability scheme was set up in 1977 and has been helping disabled drivers become more mobile ever since. By allowing disabled individuals to use their government-funded disability benefit towards leasing a car, the scheme makes a range of Suzuki cars accessible to those who need one.

The Motability scheme is currently available to anyone receiving the Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component (ERMC) of Personal Independence Payment (PIP), or the Wars Pensions Mobility Supplement (WPMS). If you receive either of these allowances, you can use your benefit to purchase a new Suzuki car through the Motability scheme.

Although the scheme was introduced to benefit disabled drivers, non-drivers can also make use of the Motability scheme. If they wish, their government-funded Motability allowance can also be used to apply for a Motability car as a passenger, with a nominated family member or carer named as driver on the receiver’s behalf.

Benefits of buying a Motability vehicle from Suzuki

By buying one of our Suzuki Motability cars, you can get all of the following benefits:

A new vehicle every three years. Once you have successfully applied for, and received, a Motability vehicle from Suzuki, you’ll be able to upgrade your car every three years. That means you will always have access to new Suzuki models to help you get around.

A simple application process. The Motability scheme is there to make your life easier. There’s no need to worry about complicated application forms or processes because the scheme is as straightforward as can be.

Help when you need it. Once you enter the application process for the Motability scheme, you’ll be assigned your own Motability Specialist to help you every step of the way. They’ll be there if you need any help at all, whether it’s with paperwork and procedures or finding the right Motability vehicle for you.

Everything you need to stay on the road. Every Motability vehicle comes with extra benefits to help you stay mobile. This includes free windscreen replacement, tyre repair, annual road tax and insurance, as well as any servicing and maintenance.

Motability cars at Hilton Suzuki

As a leading Suzuki dealership, Hilton Suzuki has a range of cars available on the Motability scheme. From the Suzuki Vitara to the SX4 S-Cross, check out our full range of Suzuki Motability offers online.

If you’d like to speak to one of our experienced Motability specialists, simply give us a call or pop into one of our Suzuki showrooms in Bedford and Bishop’s Stortford.

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