At Marshall Peugeot, we routinely run Motability offers that help our disabled customers to achieve a much greater degree of independence.
We provide a great range of Peugeot vehicles, including much-admired models such as the 208, 308 and 3008. Our Motability offers require smaller initial payments than you might anticipate. In fact, many of our Peugeot cars are offered with zero advance payments.
The benefits of Motability to eligible customers are substantial, including the option to select a new vehicle every three years. As part of the scheme, you will also receive a 60,000-mile allowance, insurance, road tax, accident and breakdown cover and all-inclusive servicing at no extra charge.
To help with your personal circumstances, we can also make adaptations to your Peugeot Motability car. This means making it easier to access and operate, and simpler for you to load heavy items such as a wheelchair.
It is not essential for you to be able to drive either, because you can nominate as many as two people to do so for you.
Of course, another benefit of choosing Marshall Peugeot for your Motability needs is the guarantee of great customer service every time.
Please get in touch with us for more information about the scheme by completing our online contact form. If you prefer, you can reach us by telephoning or visiting our Cambridge, St Neots or Peterborough dealerships, any day of the week.
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Terms & Conditions
1)The prices shown are valid from 1st October 2017 until 31st December 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.