Nissan Motability Vehicles | Kings Lynn | EMG Nissan

Motability Scheme

One of the most important government initiatives for those motorists with a disability is the Motability Scheme. For over 40 years, the Scheme has enabled eligible recipients of selected mobility benefits to exchange this payment for a lease on a brand new car. Nissan is one such manufacturer that supports the Scheme, as is the team at EMG Nissan.

Our selection of new cars from the Japanese manufacturer provides great quality and reliability. In fact, whether you choose the all-electric Nissan LEAF or the big and bold Qashqai, you can anticipate performance that won’t let you down and which provides exceptional levels of comfort. 

Eligibility

The team of Motability experts at our King’s Lynn dealership will be able to provide you with the support you need to successfully make an application for the Motability Scheme. First of all, they will determine your eligibility according to the specified criteria, namely that you have at least 12 months’ allowance remaining on one of the following: 

● Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (HRMC DLA)

● Enhanced Rate Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (ERMC PIP)

● War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement (WPMS)

● Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)

For parents and carers of children aged three and older, you will be able to apply on their behalf as long as the vehicle is used for the recipient’s benefit.

Benefits

Choosing a new Nissan car as your next Motability vehicle not only enables you to enjoy access to some of the most popular and desirable models on the road, but also come with a number of added extras. For example, all Motability vehicles come with with insurance from RSA Motability, servicing and maintenance, full breakdown assistance from RAC, annual car tax, and more. Our Motability specialists will even be able to advise on any vehicle adaptations you need to make driving, access, and stowage easier. Simply get in touch with our friendly team today.