Registration Date: 2012-03-15
Internal Height: 140cm | Seats: 4 | Fuel: 39MPG
Registration Date: 2013-06-07
Internal Height: 140cm | Seats: 5 | Fuel: 48MPG
All of our prices presume that the purchaser is entitled to the usual VAT exemption for disabled individuals.
How To Purchase The Best Quality Wheelchair Accessible Vehicle
When purchasing a disabled car, be careful to ensure that the vehicle has been prepared to the highest standards. Hidden items on a vehicle to take a wheelchair can cost dearly shortly after purchase. Your wheelchair mobility vehicle is prepared to Main Dealer standards by Mobility Nationwide. For any disabled car dealer, the easiest way to cut the price is to cut the quality. If the disabled car is being sold cheaply, cutting corners and poor preparation and limited warranty is inevitable.
A good quality wheelchair car supplier will provide impartial advice as to the vehicle suitability. They will bring your disabled car for you to view with no obligation and no pressure. A good WAV supplier will not charge for a viewing service, nor will they take a deposit for a wheelchair accessible vehicle that you have not seen. A good quality supplier of disabled vehicles will prepare a car to take a wheelchair to the highest standards and give you a written description of the work that has been undertaken. When purchasing a mobility vehicle, you should expect a written warranty, if you are not offered one – ask why not.
When selecting a supplier of cars to take a wheelchair, keep in mind that there are many high quality reputable suppliers of good quality disabled cars, but there are many more who do not have the expertise to produce a high quality wheelchair car with the level of service and care that a disabled customer deserves. Any motor car (and especially a car to take a wheelchair) is a very complex piece of engineering and you should only deal with a supplier of wheelchair cars who can show a written quality process and attention to detail in their dealings with you.