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June 29, 2022 at 11:32 am in reply to: Motability won’t let me wait for a new number plate #189469
I hear the sound of disappointment of those that, two years ago, extended in the hope that things would be better!
Wednesday 29th June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 548 No Change
Before I scrolled down to see the picture I was thinking what has Nadine Dorries or Priti Patel said/done now.June 28, 2022 at 10:52 am in reply to: Citroën My Ami EV Buggy Sells Out In Under 18 Minutes #189369
I like the green one, which I assume is the one that was sold. I hope those doors open, it would be a comedy sketch the wife and I attempting to get in otherwise!
When JLR (Jaguar Land Rover) were all set to join the Scheme a few years ago, then at the very last minute did not, they vowed to make a parallel Scheme to take on Motability. The best they have come up with is Pivotal (https://www.drivepivotal.com). The elephant in the room is VAT.
It is only the front page that has the updated information all the other pages are still Q2 pricing.
Tuesday 28th June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 548 No Change
The ‘from’ prices would indicate the following:
Astra Hatch increased by £100
Mokka (not electric) increased by £100
Grandland increased by £300
Combo E increased by £300
Vivaro increased by £1000
Monday 27th June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 548 No Change
Someone on here a short while ago claimed the Ariya will be coming off the list very shortly.
I heard they were quoting 18 months for delivery.
Saturday 25th June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 548 No Change
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It turns out our new blue passports are so dark blue that they actually look black.
Friday 24th June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 548 Change -7
Nissan -7 (petrol)
Micra -7 (removed from Scheme)
Thursday 23rd June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 555 No Change
Or the C series is joining at quarter 3 pricing and the rest will catch up and overtake.
Thank you @Jojoe. It’s a big investment as we do not presently have TVR’s on the radiators so it’s not just a plug and play situation. I will keep reading and keep asking. Thanks again.
I have thought of getting hive radiator thermostats as I have a couple of rooms that are colder than others. I spoke to a man from British Gas and he said for them to work it needs to be the other way around, ie a couple of hot rooms for them to be effective. I have to be honest he left me scratching my head.
Electric WAV’s are coming and they qualify for the government electric grant.
Wednesday 22nd June 2022 – Vehicles on the Scheme – 555 Change +4
Citroen +4 (2 petrol, 2 diesel)
C-Series (limited edition) trim added, 1.2 petrol 129bhp manual (£945 AP) and automatic (£1645 AP) and 1.5 diesel 109bhp manual (£1545 AP) and 129bhp Auto (£3045 AP)
Given that the C-Series sits between the Sense plus and Shine Plus trims it is peculiar that it is has a higher AP than the Shine plus. Also the Motability system has all cars listed as semi- automatic, they are not, two are manuals and two are the excellent EAT dual clutch automatic.
- This reply was modified 1 week ago by wmcforum. Reason: Total amended to 555 - Thanks Barry