Car numbers on scheme today: Archive 22/11/2019 – 4/2/2020

This topic contains 998 replies, has 38 voices, and was last updated by  wmcforum 6 months ago.

  • Creator
  • #65960 Reply


    2054 cars on scheme Dacia have put on 21      22\ 11\ 2018

Viewing 25 replies - 426 through 450 (of 998 total)
  • Author
  • #83711 Reply


    27/7/2019    cars on scheme   1964    Mitsubishi   3   on  model  Outlander

    #83713 Reply

    Which Mobility Car

    Mitsubishi have changed the trims its now Design and Exceed and Juro is ditched.

    The Outlander PHEV is now available as a Design trim but cant find any information only that it is now listed as 221bhp up from 175 as the outdated Juro.

    I can’t find any more info only that the co2 output remains at 40 and the 0-62 time stays at 10.5 seconds. I can only assume nothing has changed and it is just the way they calculate the two engines. I would love to be proved wrong however.

    If anyone else can shine some light on this as with 221 bhp the Outlander would be an amazing choice.

    #83736 Reply


    I have been all over the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV forums and  Mitsubishi UK site nothing. As regards the 221 bhp your suspicions are correct they have just brought them inline with the Toyota Rav4 marketing engine plus electric motors.

    In 2005 I suffered a brain injury which has left me with mental and physical disabilities.
    Unfortunately I do get confused and get things wrong, so I apologise in advance.

    #83761 Reply


    try this don,t know if its the new or old

    #83838 Reply


    28/7/2019    cars on scheme   1964    no change       yet

    #83951 Reply


    29/7/2019   cars on scheme  1964   no change    yet

    #84051 Reply


    30/7/2019    cars on scheme    1964   Audi  1  off   model   Q-2       Citroen   1   on  model   Berlingo   1  on    C-5  _Aircross   1  off      GM   Coachwork   1  off  model  Berlingo        Mitsubishi   1  on    model    Outlander   Trim    Verve  PHEW   221  BHP

    #84110 Reply


    Hi James, just wanted to say thanks for the work you do on this. It’s the first post I check everyday and saves hours of trawling through websites.

    #84112 Reply


    31/7/2019    cars on scheme   1953    Audi  1 off   model  Q2     BMW   10  off model   X1    Citroen  1  off  model  Berlingo     GM Coachwork  1  on model   Berlingo

    #84113 Reply


    1/8/2019   cars on scheme   1963    BMW   10  on  model   X1

    #84114 Reply


    Cheers  Brian

    #84115 Reply

    Which Mobility Car

    Thanks for filling the gaps James. Sorry about the outage.

    #84215 Reply


    2/8/2019    cars  on  scheme    1971    Nissan    8  on   model   Juke

    #84307 Reply


    3/8/2019     cars on scheme   2007      Mercedes   36  on   models   CLA  4   on.     A-class  11   on.    B-class  14  on   C-class   1   on    GLA   6  ON          Citroen   6  off     models    Berlingo   1  off   C1  2  off   C3   2  off  C3   aircross  1  off      Peugeot   2  off   models   3008   1  off     5008   1  off      Seat   2  on  model   Tarraco   2  on       Toyota   5  on    models   Corolla   2  on   Prius  3  on   Rav- 4  1  on    Yaris  3   off

    #84320 Reply


    Merc   A class   saloon  220   4 wheel  drive    auto    petrol     187  BHP       £2599  AP   one for my list  !

    #84323 Reply


    Welcome to the Scheme Mercedes! About time they recognised the sales  prospects and numbers involved. I’m loving the styling of the A class Saloon

    #84395 Reply


    4/8/2019    cars on scheme   2007     no  change   yet

    #84396 Reply

    BionicRusty (Wayne)

    James ??

    🏎 I will be remembered for nothing but had great fun doing it 🏎

    #84399 Reply

    BionicRusty (Wayne)

    Just looked at the A Class Saloon 220 4Matic.

    Wow, it’s awesome. The Denim Blue is really nice.

    I bet it won’t be there on my next list (2 lists away) ?

    🏎 I will be remembered for nothing but had great fun doing it 🏎

    #84403 Reply


    I am in the same  situation  ?

    #84438 Reply


    Hi Jamesg, while I do really appreciate what you do with this list, is there any way you could put some kind of punctuation on your updates as I have a terrible time trying to work out what’s what with it all just having spaces between, even if you used (////) etc, thanks.

    P.S. not a moan but a suggestion for those of us that find it hard to concentrate. ?

    #84440 Reply


    Jamesg, you’re a hero to those of us on this forum.

    I would like to to put in writing the thanks of the site owner and the moderators for your dedication and the sheer hard work that you’ve put into keeping us all up to date on the day to day changes on the Motability scheme. Your encyclopaedic knowledge is incredible.

    Behind the scenes at WMC Forum we consider you to be our valuable stats man. We feel we should give you a forum title to acknowledge your special position. Please accept our gratitude for all your superb efforts on our behalf.

    I’m sure the rest of our posters feel the same.

    #84441 Reply


    Most certainly do, James does a fantastic job thank you.

    #84444 Reply


    Here here

    #84446 Reply


    Fantastic work James. Invaluable.

Viewing 25 replies - 426 through 450 (of 998 total)
Reply To: Car numbers on scheme today: Archive 22/11/2019 – 4/2/2020

You can use BBCodes to format your content.
Your account can't use Advanced BBCodes, they will be stripped before saving.

Your information: