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March 29, 2021 at 11:23 am #143779
Quarter 2 (Spring) prices are launched on 1st April.
Please post here any news and information on new prices.
March 31, 2021 at 6:05 pm #144065BigDaveParticipant
Mercedes A Class:
End of Mercedes ListMarch 31, 2021 at 6:06 pm #144066shaun pearson
any news on vauxhall dave and u are doing a gr8 jobMarch 31, 2021 at 6:12 pm #144068NewYork1Participant
Personally waiting for Peugeot and Seat, anyone have any info on these yet?
Peugeot 5008 Allure Premium
VW Touran SELMarch 31, 2021 at 6:15 pm #144069BigDaveParticipant
any news on vauxhall dave and u are doing a gr8 job
I cannot vouch for the accuracy of Vauxhall below – it is taken from a fb posting from a reasonably reliable group though:
Corsa E my21 (all auto’s)
se nav premium 7kw 136bhp £199
se nav premium 11kw 136bhp £199
sri nav premium 7kw 136bhp £0
sri nav premium 11kw 136bhp £0
elite nav premium 7kw 136bhp £0
elite nav premium 11kw 136bhp £0
Crossland x pre my21
business edition nav 1.2 83bhp manual £0
business edition nav 1.2 110bhp manual £49
elite 1.2 83bhp manual £0
elite 1.2 110bhp manual £0
elite 1.2 130bhp manual £0
New Crossland my21
se nav premium 1.2 83bhp manual 0
se nav premium 1.2 110bhp manual 49
se nav premium 1.2 130bhp manual 49
se nav premium 1.2 130 bhp auto 99
se nav premium 1.5d 110bhp manual 49
se nav premium 1.5d 120bhp auto 99
elite 1.2 83bhp manual 0
elite 1.2 130bhp manual 0
elite 1.2 130bhp auto 0
elite 1.5d 110bhp manual 0
elite 1.5d 120bhp auto 0
elite nav 1.2 83bhp manual 0
elite nav 1.2 110bhp manual 0
elite nav 1.2 130bhp auto 0
elite nav 1.5d 110bhp manual 0
elite nav 1.5d 120 bhp auto 0
ultimate nav 1.2 130bhp manual 49
ultimate nav 1.2 130bhp auto 49
ultimate nav 1.5d 110 manual 49
ultimate nav 1.5d 120bhp auto 49
sri nav premium 1.2 manual 100bhp £699
sri nav premium 1.2 manual 130bhp £1099
sri nav premium 1.2 auto 130bhp £1199
sri nav premium 1.5 manual £1399
elite nav 1.2 100bhp manual £899
elite nav 1.2 130bhp manual £1299
elite nav 1.2 130 auto £1399
elite nav 1.5 d 110bhp manual £1499
elite nav premium 1.2 100bhp manual £999
elite nav premium 1.2 130bhp manual £1399
elite nav premium 1.2 130bhp auto £1499
elite nav premium 1.5d 110bhp manual £1599
ultimate nav 1.2 130bhp auto £1499
ultimate nav 1.5d 110bhp manual £1699
launch edition 1.2 130bhp auto £1599
launch edition 1.5d 110bhp manual £1699
edition 5 seater 1.2 110bhp manual £2099
edition 5 seater 1.5d 100bhp manual £0
edition xl 5 seats 1.2 110bhp manual £2649
edition xl 7 seater 1.2 110bhp manual £2649
se 5 seats 1.5d 110bhp manual £99
se 5 seats 1.5d 130bhp manual £149
se 5 seater 1.2 130bhp auto £2699
se xl 5 seats 1.5 d 100bhp manual £349
se 7 seats 1.5d 100bhp manual £199
se 7 seats 1.2 130bhp auto £2749
se xl 7 seats 1.5d 100bhp manual £499
se xl 7 seats 1.2 130bhp auto £2899
elite 5 seats 1.2 130bhp auto £3249
elite 7 seats 1.2 130bhp auto £3199
elite xl 7 seat 1.2 130bhp auto £3749
se premium 1.2 130bhp manual £999
se premium 1.2 130bhp auto £2049
se premium 1.5d 130 manual £499
se premium 1.5d 130 auto £1549
business ed nav 1.2 130bhp manual £1299
business ed nav 1.2 130bhp auto £2699
business ed nav 1.5d 130bhp manual £799
business ed nav 1.5d 130bhp auto £2199
sri nav 1.2 130bhp manual £999
sri nav 1.2 130bhp auto £1949
sri nav 1.5d 130bhp manual £499
sri nav 1.5d 130bhp auto £1449
elite nav 1.2 130bhp manual £1299
elite nav 1.2 130bhp auto £1899
elite nav 1.5d 130bhp manual £799
elite nav 1.5d 130bhp auto £1399
ultimate 1.2 130bhp manual £1799
ultimate 1.6i 180bhp auto £3349
ultimate 1.5d 130bhp manual 1299
ultimate 1.5d 130bhp auto £2849
edition 9 seat 100kw 1249
elite 8 seat 100kw 3249March 31, 2021 at 6:45 pm #144072
So are we to assume that the Mercedes EQA hasn’t made it onto the scheme? Also, the prices for the Mercedes ‘e’ models 😱 Surely nobody in their right mind would pay those? The standard petrol versions would work out significantly cheaper to run! I’ve watched loads of reviews on various plug-in hybrid models lately and the consistent advice from the reviewers is that they make sense for company car drivers (due to lower company car tax) but don’t make sense for private buyers, as the extra purchase cost more than negates the fuel saving. At those AP’s you could surely add Motability customers to those for whom they make no sense financially? Great shame, as a PHEV would appeal to me – at a sensible price.March 31, 2021 at 7:16 pm #144077fwippersParticipant
Q2 pricing is slowly being revealed and there do not seem to be any great shocks, yet. Tomorrow should be an opportunity to browse the cats at our convenience and draw conclusions. At first glance there does not appear to be any great upward movement but there are still lots of manufacturers still to report.March 31, 2021 at 7:23 pm #144078fwippersParticipant
CarsMarch 31, 2021 at 8:25 pm #144086Dante
omg so many of the potential Q2 AP’s above – are truly disturbing & way out of many peoples means – I need an automatic & medium / large SUV access for my disability & needs
I save £10 a month towards future cars & rely on the GCB (which family / friends lend me in advance) so I can afford my maximum sub £1k AP budget.
I know it’s not means tested etc.. and I’ve no issue to those who can afford thousands on an AP – good luck to you.
but as I’m unable to work, on basic benefits and no savings, all compounded in the last year – I feel there’s much limitation to someone with my requirements for a sub £1k AP needing a medium / large SUV automaticMarch 31, 2021 at 8:29 pm #144088
Dante – I am so sorry to hear about your situation. That really does sound incredibly challenging. Have you considered applying for a grant from Motability? From the outline you have given of your financial situation and the needs for your disability I would have thought that you were a prime candidate.March 31, 2021 at 8:51 pm #144090Dante
Thanks I will be calling to see about grants prices & eligibility
whilst many cars will still be £0 AP for my physical / disabilities need & access my most suitable option is an auto SUV. Sun £1k AP
Hopefully tomorrow will reveal some options for me 🤞🤞🤞April 1, 2021 at 12:51 am #144104Widdop
Anyone with Bmw prices n specificationsApril 1, 2021 at 5:13 am #144110shaun pearson
when is mobility prices updatedApril 1, 2021 at 5:41 am #144112crispy
updated nowApril 1, 2021 at 5:42 am #144113
when is mobility prices updated
They are updated now, but will take a couple of days to fully settle. There are 1640 vehicles on the Scheme, new cars (cars that were not on yesterday as none of them are actually new) Mondeo, Passat, 508 and 508 SW. Oh and the Golf GTD.April 1, 2021 at 6:03 am #144116
Take it my comment was removed?
It did not seem to add anything to the party. I do not know where the posters get their information from, if you want to continue this discussion. You have my email address.
Good news that the Peugeot 508 SW has joined, that’s a mighty fine looking car, shame about the puny engine.April 1, 2021 at 6:11 am #144119Clipped wings
Just glanced at the Q2 VW Motability list out of curiosity as recently sorted. Glad that the Allspace is back. In the case of the SEL 1.5 DSG it is cheaper than Q4 last year and like the Tiguan Elegance, is very well equipped. My previous Touran SEL dsg has gone up by a staggering amount – hopefully a misprint!April 1, 2021 at 6:13 am #144121
Take it my comment was removed?
If you want to continue this discussion. You have my email address.April 1, 2021 at 7:12 am #144131Mmoreton5
<p style=”text-align: left;”>Peugeot 5008 gt 1.6 180 ap gone down from 3500 or so. Which as great. Tarraco 190 ps back on in FR spec at 4k ap. Also the 2.0 diesel 180 peugeot on too. Nice to see my shortlisted cars are back and with cheaper ap. Does anyone know when dealers are open for test drives</p>April 1, 2021 at 9:38 am #144170
Just spent a couple of hours looking through the Q2 availability and prices in some detail to see if I would cancel the order that I placed a few days ago. Have decided that I won’t, but the quarter 2 list does bring about some positive changes for those looking for an SUV.
Of the cars on my shortlist, observations as follows;
BMW X1 – Prices down by £100 to £200 depending on model.
Audi Q3 – No change. Shame no bigger petrol engines added.
Ford Kuga – A few hundred pounds off the ST-Line X and a nice addition with the Vignale PHEV Auto.
VW Tiguan – £150 reduction in the popular 1.5 2WD Elegance. Sadly the 2.0TSi 4WD didn’t join the scheme, in spite of good prices being agreed in Q4.
Volvo XC40 – Massive reduction in AP of around £2,200 on the T5 Recharge PHEV. Now £700 cheaper than the thirsty B4-P. Hope that those who ordered a T5 since launched on the scheme are able to cancel and re-order as they must be spitting feathers.
Additions – The Mazda CX-5 now available in the very well equipped 2.0 GT Sport trim.
Query – Mercedes GLA Premium Plus showing on the Mercedes Q2 price list but not showing as available to order on the Motability website, presumably due to ongoing production issues.April 1, 2021 at 10:51 am #144180ChrisKParticipant
The Q2 2021 VW one that wouldn’t load – The Touran:
There’s two cars I’m following closely for Q3 ordering and when I seen this yesterday I thought my eye’s were deceiving me because of the photo being a bit out of focus, but no there not deceiving me and the Touran SEL AP has gone up to an eye watering £3,549 and with it being one of the best seven seat deals on Motability for at least the past 4 years with an AP around a £1,000 its now demoted to the “also ran” department.
With the Tiguan Allspace SEL having its AP reduced by £100 its become the no brainer for me at £2,649 and hope this holds out until Q3.April 1, 2021 at 10:51 am #144181Zed
just wanted to say thank you to everyone for the information so far.
I like that the phev xc40 is now much more affordable and this has put it very high up on my shortlist.
my question is given the current delays in orders etc if your vehicle is due to exchange at the end of August would you wait or use the Q2 lists and order now in the hope that this gives you time to have the car built etcApril 1, 2021 at 11:02 am #144184Kev
You wont be able to put in motability application until the end of may for end august exactly 3 months before end of current contract, the dealer may order for you its up to them, but as i say motability account will not allow order,the dealer will not gain accessApril 1, 2021 at 11:02 am #144185IntranicityParticipant
Hi, just wanted to say thank you to everyone for the information so far. I like that the phev xc40 is now much more affordable and this has put it very high up on my shortlist. my question is given the current delays in orders etc if your vehicle is due to exchange at the end of August would you wait or use the Q2 lists and order now in the hope that this gives you time to have the car built etc
Sadly you can’t order until you are in the final 3 months of your lease, but hopefully, if your lease is due to expire in August, you can order in May, and the price will and car will be the same and available (Sadly, lately, this isn’t guaranteed)
Previous Motability Cars
2006 - 2009 Skoda Superb VR6 2.0tdi
2009 - 2012 Citroen C5 2.0tdi VTR Nav
2012 - 2015 Nissan Qashqai 1.5dci tekna
2015 - 2018 Ford Kuga 2.0tdi Titanium X
2018 - 2021 BMW 220d X drive 2 Series Active Luxury
2021- Hyundai Kona Electric Premium SEApril 1, 2021 at 11:04 am #144186Alan Howard
Toyota CHR Dynamic,AP has gone up over £1000 glad I got mine 3 weeks ago.April 1, 2021 at 11:05 am #144187Fletch
Might not be everybody’s cup of tea but the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross looks great value and has gone down in price.
Worth a look. Good luck