Compare the best automatic cars on Motability

High-quality automatic cars on the Motability Scheme from rated and reviewed dealers

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Best automatic Motability cars in 2024

The Motability Scheme is designed to allow people with reduced mobility to drive cars at very affordable leasing rates, sacrificing a some or all of their specific benefits in order to fund the cars. With hundreds of cars of all types available, it can seem a bit daunting to know which one is right for you.

For most people, an automatic transmission takes the stress and hassle out of daily driving. In light of this, we have selected some of the best automatic cars available through Motability. Any figures listed below are based on the enhanced rate of the mobility component of the personal independence payment (PIP/AFIP).

Peugeot 2008

1. Peugeot 2008

8/10
Peugeot 2008 review
Honda Jazz

2. Honda Jazz

7/10
Honda Jazz review

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Mazda CX-5

3. Mazda CX-5

8/10
Mazda CX-5 review
Skoda Kamiq

4. Skoda Kamiq

8/10
Skoda Kamiq review
Ford Fiesta

5. Ford Fiesta

7/10
Ford Fiesta review
Renault Clio

6. Renault Clio

9/10
Renault Clio review
Hyundai Bayon

7. Hyundai Bayon

6/10
Hyundai Bayon review
Vauxhall Corsa

8. Vauxhall Corsa

7/10
Vauxhall Corsa review
Kia Stonic

9. Kia Stonic

7/10
Kia Stonic review
Vauxhall Mokka

10. Vauxhall Mokka

7/10
Vauxhall Mokka review

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Automatic cars on Motability FAQs

There are currently 442 automatic vehicles offered on the Motability Scheme. This number includes differing trim levels and engine offerings across 25 manufacturers. Of these, 264 run on petrol, 60 on diesel, 46 are electric and 72 are hybrids or plug-in hybrids.

If you spend most of your time driving around town, then the Hyundai Bayon small SUV is a great bet. It delivers 53mpg in mixed driving and requires no upfront payment on the Motability Scheme. Even if you opt for a higher trim.


If you have a larger family or spend more time on the motorway, then the Mazda CX-5 is a good choice. It is smooth and refined, with plenty of interior space. The boot isn’t the largest in its class, but it should suit most needs and even the base trim comes with plenty of kit.

The Skoda Kodiaq is one of the best 7-seater SUVs you can buy. It is a a 2023 carwow Buy It Award winner thanks to an all-round competence that’s tough to match. Qualifying applicants can have the 1.5TSI in SE trim on the Motability Scheme for a £2,995 upfront payment.

There are 25 automatic cars currently offered on the Motability Scheme which require no deposit. This is comprised of 13 different models across eight manufacturers.