Not a driver? Don’t worry – up to two named drivers are included as part of your lease and you can add a third driver at an additional cost. These can be yourself, your friends, your family or your carers.
- A brand-new car, every three years
- Insurance, servicing and maintenance
- Full breakdown assistance
- Annual vehicle tax
- Replacement tyres
- Windscreen repair or replacement
- 60,000 mileage allowance over three years for cars
- 100,000 mileage allowance over three years for WAVs
- Many adaptations to your car at no extra cost
- Two named drivers for your car
If you chose to go for a Suzuki Motability car, you’ll also get metallic paint included in the lease - free of charge from us!
You can tailor your car to your needs by having adaptions made to your Suzuki Motability car. Your first step will be to go to your nearest dealer and speak with the Motability specialist. They’ll be able to talk you through the different adaptations that are available, which would be best suited for you and organise it for you though the partners with the Motability Scheme.
You can qualify to join the Motability scheme, if you or the person you’re caring for receive any of these allowances:
- Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
- Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
- War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS)
- Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)
Take a look at the Motability website for more info or give them a call on 0845 456 4566 (they’re open 8.30am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday).
You’ll need to have at least 12 months remaining on your allowance when you apply to join the scheme.
Signing up is easy. Motability has designed the process to be clear and simple which allows you to have peace of mind. Once you’ve decided on the Suzuki Car for you, contact your local Suzuki Motability Dealer to arrange a Test Drive. The Motability specialist at your local Dealer is there to talk you through your options and would be more than happy to answer any queries you might have.
You’ll need to bring:
- Both parts of your driving licence (to take a test drive)
- Certificate of entitlement from either DWP or SPVA
- Proof of address, (e.g. a recent utility bill or bank statement)
Last updated on: 10th August 2020