At the Marshall Peugeot showrooms in Cambridge, Peterborough and St Neots there’s an expert who can help disabled drivers gain independence with an adapted car.
Through the scheme, those who receive a mobility allowance can exchange the money for a new car. You’ll have the car for three years with a 60,000-mile limit.
Lots of the Peugeot cars are available, from the 108 city car, to the award-winning 308 hatchback and robust 5008 SUV – and many more. If the car you would like costs more than your mobility allowance, you can simply opt to pay the rest yourself. We’re confident that you will be able to drive away in the Peugeot you like the most thanks to our exclusive offers.
We can modify the various models to suit you with alterations to the stowage capacity, driving controls and how you access the car. You don’t need to pay extra for most of the adaptions and we will organise them all for you.
The scheme covers the cost of your car maintenance too, with servicing, tyre and windscreen replacements all built in. Insurance for up to two named drivers, road tax and accident and breakdown cover are also included.
Arrange an appointment with our Motability team to learn more about our deals and to get started with your new car. Simply call us or submit an online enquiry form and we’ll get you booked in at a time that suits you.
The Motability Scheme enables disabled people to
lease a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair by exchanging their
Government funded mobility allowance
If you receive either:
... you may be eligible to join the Motability Scheme.
At Motability, we help disabled people get mobile by exchanging their mobility allowance to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair. To be eligible to join the Motability Scheme, you need to receive one of the following disability benefits.
allowance is provided by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and
can be used to cover the cost of a Motability lease agreement.
As of 8 April 2015, this allowance will be £57.45 per week.
To lease a car through Motability, you must have at least 12 months’ award length of the HRMC remaining.
This allowance is provided by Veterans UK and can be used to cover the cost of a Motability lease agreement. As of 8 April 2015, this allowance will be £64.15 per week.
As part of its welfare reform programme, the Government has started to replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with a new benefit called Personal Independence Payment (PIP) for disabled people aged between 16 and 64. The Motability Scheme will work with PIP in the same way as is it does with DLA. As of 6 April 2015, this allowance will be £57.45 per week.
A new allowance called Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP) was introduced as part of the Welfare Reform Act 2012. Those who receive this allowance will be eligible to join the Motability Scheme. For more information, visit Veterans UK website. As of 8 April 2015, this allowance will be £57.45 per week (this refers to the mobility element, which is the same rate as HRMC DLA and ERMC PIP).
The Attendance Allowance cannot be used to lease a car through Motability.
Marshall Peugeot Cambridge
Marshall Peugeot Peterborough
Marshall Peugeot St Neots
1) The prices shown are valid from 1st July 2017 until 30th September 2017.
2) All rates are subject to being accepted by Motability Finance Ltd.
3) We reserve the right to amend pricing and withdraw any product from availability at any time.
4) All products are subject to availability.
5) The Motability Contract Hire Scheme is administered by Motability Operations Limited (Registered Company No. 1373876).
*Active City Brake is a new technology which makes it possible to avoid an accident or reduce its severity if the driver fails to react. It works in urban conditions at speeds of less than 20 mph. A short range sensor is fitted to the top of the windscreen and can detect other vehicles that are driving in the same direction or stationary. This will automatically trigger an emergency brake to stop the vehicle and avoid a collision entirely or limit the consequences of an accident by reducing the speed of impact.