What is Motability? Established in 1978, Motability was set up to help those with a disability to retain their independence and mobility. The Motability Scheme is a simple way of leasing a brand new car, and enables you to exchange part or all of your mobility allowance for a new vehicle – with running costs such as insurance, maintenance, and breakdown cover included.
Am I Applicable? Over 640,000 UK residents benefit from the Motability Scheme – and you could join them. If you receive of one of the following allowances, and have at least 12 months’ award length remaining, you could be eligible for the Scheme.

• Enhanced Rate of the Mobility Component of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
• Higher Rate Mobility Component of Disability Living Allowance (HRMC DLA)
• War Pensioners’ Mobility Supplement (WPMS)
• Armed Forces Independence Payment (AFIP)
• Higher Rate Mobility Component of Child Disability Payment

Kia vehicles are renowned for their reliability and their energetic performance. With standout looks and advanced technology, they’re a firm favourite among motorists looking for an immersive experience and great value. Plus, with hybrid and electric options available, you can keep travel cleaner. Discover our Kia Motability cars below, and contact our team to get started with your application.


Below, we’ve answered some of the more commonly asked questions regarding Motability. For more detailed information on the Scheme and how it works, get in touch with your local Brayleys Kia dealership today.

What cars are available on Motability?


You can view our Kia Motability cars in the ‘our vehicles’ section on this page. Alternatively, pop by your local Brayleys Kia showroom to see the models in person.

How do I apply for a Motability car?


Get in touch with our Motability specialists to confirm your eligibility for a Kia Motability car, and to get started with your application.

Do I own the car at the end of the lease?


At the end of the lease, you’ll need to return your Kia Motability car to us. You can then either apply for a new car, or walk away with no further commitments.