Motability

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Honda Motability

Motability enables you to turn your mobility allowance into a brand new Honda. Sounds like real magic.

What is Motability?

Motability is a worry-free service that helps disabled people and their families in the UK to become more mobile. Over 500,000 people currently have a car with Motability, and it’s nice to know that car can be a Honda!

Why choose Honda Motability?

For the same reason you’d buy a Honda in the first place. When you are dependent on your car, you need it to be reliable, safe and long-lasting.

That’s Honda through and through.

The Motability package from Honda also takes away so much of the hassle of owning a car; with maintenance, servicing, insurance and full RAC breakdown cover for your vehicle, all taken care of.

Motability Contract Hire

The Honda Motability Scheme is available over a three-year period. It’s an easy and comprehensive plan that really does put you in the driver’s seat. You don’t even have to drive to get a Honda Motability car as you can nominate up to two drivers to drive for you.
You can choose from four exciting Honda models: Jazz, Civic, CR-V, and HR-V. Look out for our special offers on Honda Motability to make it even simpler to get mobile.

How do I join?

Simple. Just exchange either your Higher Rate Mobility Allowance or War Pensioners Mobility Supplement for a brand new car every three years. Some cars will require an Advance Payment, which is payable to your dealer when you collect your car.

Please note that you need to be receiving your allowance for the full length of the agreement. However, if you have at least 12 months award remaining, you’re free to join.

Honda models available on Motability

Choose from a Jazz, CR-V, HR-V or a Civic. See full list of available models

For further information about the Motability scheme, including the current price list, please visit the Motability website, or call our Motability Specialists on 01382 477256.

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