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    What is the most powerful motability car?

    The most powerful engine i have found is the 217BHP one in the skoda superb. Anyone found anything more powerful?

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    217 is currently the highest.

    It's also in the Octavia 2.0 TSI vRS. 0-60 in 6.8s / 154mph

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    Ford Mondeo Titanium 2.0T EcoBoost 240PS (237bhp) Petrol Automatic

    http://www.motability.co.uk/cars-sco...Row=1&EndRow=9
    Last edited by PaulG; 02-12-2017 at 03:49 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulG View Post
    Ford Mondeo Titanium 2.0T EcoBoost 240PS (237bhp) Petrol Automatic

    http://www.motability.co.uk/cars-sco...Row=1&EndRow=9
    A good spot that Paul.

    I am thinking about one of those myself as I need an automatic. I know the mpg probably isn't the best around but with the low mileage I now do, that's not really a problem.

    Quite a lot of car though for only a £777 advance payment.

    Colin

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColinJ View Post
    A good spot that Paul.


    I am thinking about one of those myself as I need an automatic. I know the mpg probably isn't the best around but with the low mileage I now do, that's not really a problem.

    Quite a lot of car though for only a £777 advance payment.

    Colin
    It's £2,750 odd if your on PIP or DLA that price was for war pensioners allowance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blastoff View Post
    It's £2,750 odd if your on PIP or DLA that price was for war pensioners allowance
    I am a War Pensioner.

    Colin

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColinJ View Post
    I am a War Pensioner.

    Colin
    Lucky you with the deposits I mean its not fair

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    Nice!!!

    Impressive amount of power out a 2.0 engine ive a 3.0 bmw at the moment 254bhp 0-60 5.8 secs but you would never get that on motability and im having to change because of the 3 year ex vat rule to a miserable 2.0 model

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColinJ View Post
    I am a War Pensioner.


    Colin
    Most people on this forum is not receiving war pensioners allowance so I think my comment is worth mentioning the cost to them as they may assume it's a lot of car for less amount of AP especially as an automatic which a lot require

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    Hyundai’s most diminutive model is probably also its best. The i10 is an outstanding city car that manages to squeeze a remarkably spacious interior within its compact dimensions. Motability customers can get the entry-level three-cylinder engine or the more powerful four-cylinder 1.2-litre unit with a nil advance payment. Both units are economical and produce excellent refinement.

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