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Ssangyong gets Motability approval

SsangYong’s latest range of cars has been approved for sale under the Motability Scheme.

Paul Williams, managing director of SsangYong distributor Koelliker UK, said: “SsangYong has been approved on the scheme before but it really wasn’t given the focus it deserved.

"Our cars – particularly the Rodius – are potentially very attractive to Motability Scheme buyers, and our new pricing means that sensible deposit levels can be offered.

“Motability accounts for a significant slice of the total car market and our dealers want to support what is a worthwhile and very successful scheme.”

Motability is a registered charity that enables disabled people to use their government-funded mobility allowances to obtain a new car.

Purchases under the scheme account for over 5% of all new cars, powered wheel chairs and scooters sold in the UK.
 

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  • Paul Seccombe - 11/05/2015 01:26

    WILL THE NEW CAR IN THE RANGE BE ON THE MOTOBILTY IF SO WHAT WOULD THE UP FRONT PAYMENT BE?.THANK YOU PAUL .

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