Quarter 3 prices

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  • #189402 Reply
    fwippers
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    Just a couple of days to go, so here is a Q3 thread.

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  • #189575 Reply
    Aygo1991
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    I know Fiat has removed the entry-level ‘Action’ model on its 500-e and has replaced it with the limited-edition ‘Red’ model, which is priced exactly the same as the ‘Icon’ grade and will definitely be expecting prices to rise for this model.

    Motability cars:

    2015 RR Evoque AWD 2.0 TD4 SE Tech - written off
    2017 Toyota CH-R 1.2T Dynamic CVT AWD - written off
    2019 BMW X2 2.0L Sport

    #189576 Reply
    BigDave
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    Some Q3 Vauxhall Highlights (not the full listing) – from a known Vauxhall dealer via fb:

     

    VAUXHALL

    Highlights of the Q3 2022 Motability programme pricing:

    Corsa-e
    Ultimate 11kW Auto
    Nil AP

    Mokka-e
    GS-Line 11kW Auto
    Nil AP (was £199)

    Combo-e Life
    Combo-e Life pricing starts from £4099 AP
    SE 5 seater 100kW Auto
    £4099 AP
    SE XL 7 seater 100kW Auto
    £4099 AP

    Vivaro-e Life
    Vivaro-e Life Combi has been increased and remains very competitive in its segment:
    Combi 9 seater 100kWh 136PS
    £2999 AP
    Elite 8 seater 100kWh 136PS
    £4499 AP

    All-New Astra Hatch
    All-New Astra Hatch pricing has increased slightly and remains very competitive in this segment
    Design 1.2i 130PS
    £349 AP
    GS Line 1.2i 130PS
    £449 AP
    GS Line 1.2i 130PS Auto
    £949 AP

    All-New Astra Sports Tourer
    The All-New Astra Sports Tourer pricing remains unchanged, starting from £349 AP
    Design 1.2i 130PS
    £349 AP
    GS Line 1.2i 130PS
    £449 AP
    GS Line 1.2i 130PS Auto
    £949 AP

    Corsa ICE
    Ultimate 1.2i 100PS
    Nil AP
    Ultimate 1.2i 100PS Auto
    Nil AP

    Mokka ICE
    Mokka ICE pricing has increased slightly and remains very competitive in this segment
    Ultimate 1.2i 130PS
    £349 AP
    Ultimate 1.2i 130PS Auto
    £699 AP

    Crossland
    Ultimate 1.2i 110PS
    £999 AP
    Ultimate 1.2i 130PS Auto
    £1249 AP
    Ultimate 1.5D 110PS
    £1199 AP

    New Grandland

    New Grandland pricing has increased to £1799 AP to align with competitor pricing for this segment
    Ultimate 1.2i 130PS
    £1799 AP
    Ultimate 1.2i 130PS Auto
    £2899 AP
    Ultimate 1.5D 130PS Auto
    £2749 AP

    #189636 Reply
    wmcforum
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    #189637 Reply
    Westdev
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    Nice to see the Focus back, and APs not too shabby in the current  market. Kuga rates also unchanged from Q2.

    #189639 Reply
    wmcforum
    Which Mobility Car

    Nice to see the Focus back, and APs not too shabby in the current market. Kuga rates also unchanged from Q2.

    The Petrol Kuga has reduced by up to £1000.

     

    #189640 Reply
    fwippers
    Participant

    Prices are really late coming in this quarter.

    #189644 Reply
    Chris

    Seat New Prices are up on their website.

    #189660 Reply
    wmcforum
    Which Mobility Car

    New cars added:

    Aygo X (4)

    Ford Focus (36) Limited stock available*

    Berlingo (2)

    Mazda 2  (6)

    Yaris (11)

     

    #189667 Reply
    Melanie Hodges

    So much for the new price list being published at 9am!! It’s not on the website nor the dealers I’m interested in!

    #189669 Reply
    wmcforum
    Which Mobility Car

    So much for the new price list being published at 9am!! It’s not on the website nor the dealers I’m interested in!

    It is all updated on the Motability website, try this link: https://www.motability.co.uk/products/search/

     

    #189675 Reply
    Jojoe
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    AP’s are ridiculous. We need an auto estate, there’s almost always a couple with nill AP. This quarter the cheapest is an Astra at £949. Looking increasingly likely we’ll be buying privately.

    #189680 Reply
    solent60
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    Nice to see the Focus back, and APs not too shabby in the current market. Kuga rates also unchanged from Q2.

    I’d make the most of it while you can. Ford announced the other day that they are ending production of the  Focus in a couple of years time.

    #189718 Reply
    WardyGTC
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    @Jojoe The Suzuki Swace was slightly cheaper last quarter but that’s been bumped up now.


    @solent60
    You’re right, it states on Ford’s Motability page “stock cars only, check with your local retailer”.

    If I seem a little strange, that's because I am.

    Mercedes Benz B180 Premium Plus.

    #189723 Reply
    Windy
    Participant

    Smoggy we rang round every Vauxhall dealer and found a cancelled order ironically only 30 miles away worth a try mate

    #189721 Reply
    Lee Bengough

    Citroen C4 1.2 130 EAT8 Sense Plus a year ago £295 today £1,295

    #189727 Reply
    fwippers
    Participant

    Anyone looking to go electric with a reasonable AP is left with a very limited choice, the 64kwH Leaf has gone too.

    #189730 Reply
    Anthony Leck

    Glad I order c4 1.2 130 eat8 shine plus yesterday,  £895  todays price £1545

    #189736 Reply
    Logiejames
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    I am so very very annoyed right now. For the last couple of weeks I’d been trying to buy only for my Dealership to be told by the manufacturer there were non to buy whilst said manufacturer told Motability there were. Naturally, today, it’s off the scheme. So I wasted a couple of weeks with back and forth shenanigans (I’m sure the call centre are sick of me now! haha) AND my backup car has gone up by £1000 today -_-.

    It’s so hard to find a car that I can easily get in and out of AND that has the features and functions that make me (a) feel safe (b) easy to handle driving with functions and what not (c) felt comfortable to use (d) has room in the boot for my chair and dog.

    My current car (Ford Galaxy) ticks every box for me and then some, but in 1month and 23 days it’ll be at the end of 5 years and thus HAS to be changed. Sadly it is not on the scheme these days, nor is its slightly smaller sister the S-Max. Heck you can’t even order either of them as a non motability customer at the moment.

    The car industry and its knock on effect on everyone (not just us) is a MESS right now 🙁

    #189750 Reply
    se

    I know, I looked at the list today and shook my head in disbelief.  I don’t know how many of us are going to cope with the lack of large MPVs/SUV ?  it isn’t so much the need to carry lots of people but  the larger boot for a chair/scooter, dog and of course some shopping.  Plus the larger vehicles have wider door and higher seat heights.

    But what also rankles is that most of the vehicles are the lower specification models which lack many of the convenience features (electronic boot lift) and most worrying the advanced safety features like lane control, collision avoidance and extra air bags!  My current car has all these plus tiredness alerts, emergency sos calling and if you become ill, will steer the car to a safe area, put the hazards on and call the emergency services.  It also has a 97% safety rating.

    How would people feel if there was an unfortunate event that could have been avoided by having a car with the extra features ?

     

     

    #189775 Reply
    Bandit
    Participant

    Anyone looking to go electric with a reasonable AP is left with a very limited choice, the 64kwH Leaf has gone too.

    Yup, I’m going to be up for reordering in Q3 and plan on going EV, top of the initial shortlist currently is e-c4 (comfort is now #1 priority but I also like the looks and style) with Kona, e-Mokka & e2008 as well. I’ll also take a look at the Zoe and Captur PHEV as outsiders. The Citroen has gone up but thankfully not that much.

    #189784 Reply
    Elliot
    Participant

    Well the Ford Focus was on for all of one day before it was removed.

    #189785 Reply
    Macca
    Participant

    There must be a fault on the Q3 pricing upload, it’s not showing the Subaru’s ??? 🤷🏻‍♂️

    #189789 Reply
    SR

    Hi Guys,

    Looking at getting an EV and a bit gutted VW models aren’t on at all.

    Which would you guys recommend? Ariya looks like the newest one on the scheme but AP looks high and is only the smaller range version.

    What would anyone recommend?

     

    #189792 Reply
    fwippers
    Participant

    Hi Guys, Looking at getting an EV and a bit gutted VW models aren’t on at all. Which would you guys recommend? Ariya looks like the newest one on the scheme but AP looks high and is only the smaller range version. What would anyone recommend?

    Depends on your priorities, Range, Price, Space etc. Having test driven an ID.3,  my impressions were mixed, a good drivers car, with decent space but a low  rent interior, same as the ID.4, and if they were available, a 12-18 month wait.  Choice is quite limited at present, but once you prioritise what is important, the choice should be simpler. Many here, including me, went for the Kona electric, which at 300 miles, has the longest range of any car at a relatively cheap 1099/1599. If lots of room is not a huge concern, it´s a very capable electric car.

    #189908 Reply
    tinytim
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    Shame about the Honda electric on Motability but £5999 AP ridiculous i think the Vauxhall Corsa is good AP.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by tinytim. Reason: ADD

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