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Thinking of switching to electric for your next Motability vehicle?
We’d love to help you on your journey!
The government has confirmed that it will end the sales of new petrol and diesel vehicles by 2030, so now is the time to set yourself up for the future.
Thinking of switching to electric for your next Motability vehicle? We’d love to help you on your journey!
Choosing an electric car from the Motability scheme is less expensive than buying or leasing elsewhere. You could also save money on powering your vehicle, by using electricity rather than traditional fuel types.
A great bonus of owning an electric car is that they all have automatic gearboxes. Electric cars don’t need a clutch or gears, so you’ll find just two pedals, the accelerator and brake – making driving far less complicated.
With zero carbon emissions and a significant reduction in C02, an electric car is much gentler on the environment.
The Motability scheme offers a variety of support when you choose your first electric car on the scheme.
When you choose to lease your first fully electric car on the Motability scheme, they’ll cover the cost of a home chargepoint and installation at no extra cost.*
If you don’t have off-street parking and you’re getting your first fully electric car, you’ll be given access to a network of over 9,000 public chargepoint across the country. Be mindful that charging times and costs will vary across the UK.
At Mon Motors, we always have a wide variety of cars available on the Motability scheme and it’s no different for EVs. You can choose your brand-new electric vehicle from as little as £0 advance payment.
From £999 Advance Payment
From £0 Advance Payment
You may hear people use the term ‘range anxiety’ when electric cars are being discussed. It’s true that you wouldn’t be able to achieve the same number of miles in a fully charged electric car as you would from a traditionally fuelled vehicle.
However, a large number of EVs can travel over 100 miles on a single full charge and the majority of journeys made in the UK on a day-to-day basis are less than 30 miles.